BBC News - World 4 April 2018

YouTube shooting: Female suspect 'angry over video postings'

The attacker, Nasim Aghdam, may have been angry with YouTube for filtering some of her videos.

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US-China trade: Beijing responds with tariffs of its own

Beijing's response comes hours after the US proposed putting extra taxes on 1,300 Chinese products.

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Theme park gets world's first autism award

The park in Philadelphia received the certification as part of National Autism Awareness Month.

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Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify before US committee

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is to testify before the US House Commerce Committee regarding protection of user data.

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Russian spy: UK brands offer of joint inquiry 'perverse'

The UK's comment comes as the global chemical weapons watchdog discusses the attack on an ex-spy.

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Indian woman Rupali Meshram fights off tiger with stick

Rupali's doctors praise her bravery but say she is lucky to have survived with only minor injuries.

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Austin Powers actor Verne Troyer in hospital

The 49-year-old was taken to hospital on Monday evening in Los Angeles.

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German food bank to reopen membership to foreigners after row

Non-Germans will again be allowed to register for handouts after a ban sparked a furore.

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Mystery Stingray devices discovered in Washington

Unauthorised phone tracking devices, which mimic mobile tower to gather information, found in US.

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Australian ball-tampering: Steve Smith & Cameron Bancroft will not contest bans

Ex-Australia captain Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft say they will not contest their ball-tampering bans.

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Cameroon frees European hostages taken in Anglophone area

Eighteen hostages, including 12 Europeans, were taken while on a tourist excursion.

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Florida shooting students: 'Clear bags don't make me feel secure'

Two survivors of the Florida school shooting speak about having to wear transparent bags to class.

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Outlaw or ignore? How Asia is fighting 'fake news'

Some Asian countries are cracking down on what they see as fake news, while others resist action.

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