BBC News - World 30 March 2018

Gaza-Israel border: Clashes 'leave five Palestinians dead and hundreds injured'

Thousands of Palestinians march on the border and are met by Israeli army gunfire.

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Facebook 'ugly truth' growth memo haunts firm

The firm denies it believes that growth at all costs is "good" even if it leads to deaths.

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Spy poisoning: Russia expels 'unfriendly' Western diplomats

Moscow expels Western officials in the spy poisoning row and orders the UK to cut its staff in Russia.

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Grace Mugabe's farm invaded by Zimbabwe gold diggers

Zimbabwe's former first lady reports to the police that 400 illegal gold panners invade her farm.

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Coffee sold in California must carry cancer warning, judge rules

Coffee sellers in California must warn customers about the chemical acrylamide, a state court rules.

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Vatican: Pope did not say there is no hell

A top Italian daily did not accurately quote Pope Francis, the Vatican says.

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Syria war: Turkey's Erdogan rejects French mediation offer

President Emmanuel Macron had proposed a dialogue with Kurdish fighters in north Syria.

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Lindsay Lohan loses GTA V privacy case appeal

The actress fails to convince judges that a character in Grand Theft Auto V was based on her.

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Russia state of emergency as toxic dump fumes hit town near Moscow

Thousands of Volokolamsk residents have been protesting over foul air from a landfill site.

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China's 'Jack the Ripper', Gao Chengyong, sentenced to death

Gao Chengyong was found guilty of the gruesome murders of 11 women and girls over 14 years.

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Colombian church donates 250,000 communion wafers to Venezuela

A Colombian church donates thousands of communion wafers to Venezuela amid a shortage of flour.

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Test-launch footage of Russian ballistic missile Satan 2

Russia's President Putin claims it can penetrate any defence shield.

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The South Korean rock band returning to perform in Pyongyang

When rock band YB were in North Korea 16 years ago, their performance moved some concert-goers to tears.

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Scammers impersonate French first lady Brigitte Macron

France's first lady files a complaint after email fraudsters impersonate her to request favours.

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NZ seniors' group hits back at 'elderly driver' plates

Lobby group says older drivers are being 'singled out' by E-plates idea.

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Kim Jong-un visit: What else crosses the China-North Korea border?

Kim Jong-un's trip across the China-North Korea border to see Xi Jinping was notable for its rarity. Reality Check looks what passes across the border more regularly.

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