BBC News - World 7 April 2018

Canada crash: 14 killed in Saskatchewan junior hockey team bus crash

It is not yet clear how many members of the team, which is made up mostly of teenagers, have been killed.

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Russell Crowe 'divorce auction': Memorabilia sold in Sydney

The actor clears out his "stuff", with his armour from Gladiator smashing expectations.

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Facebook suspends AIQ data firm used by Vote Leave in Brexit campaign

AIQ, which denies links to Cambridge Analytica, may have improperly received users' data, Facebook says.

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Salman Khan, Bollywood superstar, bailed in poaching case

Salman Khan had been jailed just two days ago for five years for poaching rare antelope.

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Le Havre footballer found dead at 18

Le Havre defender Samba Diop dies at the age of 18.

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Brazil's ex-president Lula misses deadline for surrender to police

Reports suggest police in Sao Paulo are preparing to bring Brazil's former president to jail.

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Lula: Brazil ex-president's police stand-off

Lula – due to start a 12-year jail term – is holed up in a union building after failing to hand himself in.

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Mexico to Trump: Don't take your 'frustrations' out on us

President Peña Nieto tells his US counterpart not to take his 'frustrations' out on Mexico.

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Grass skirt in Vanuatu for 'high chief' Prince Charles

Prince Charles is declared honorary high chief in Vanuatu, taking the name of Mal Menaringmanu.

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Prince Charles gets new Chief title on Vanuatu

The Prince of Wales dons a grass skirt as he gets a new title in the South Pacific.

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