BBC News - World 8 April 2018

Strikes hit Syrian airfield, state media report

Air strikes hit a Syrian military airport with loud explosions heard, Syrian state media report.

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Viktor Orban: Hungary PM re-elected for third term

Hungarian right-winger Viktor Orban claims a landslide victory in general elections.

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Canada crash: Country mourns Humboldt Broncos bus dead

The Canadian prime minister will attend a vigil for the 15 killed in a collision in Saskatchewan.

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N Korea-US talks: Pyongyang 'ready to discuss denuclearisation'

North Korea's nuclear arsenal will be on the agenda at a leaders' summit, US officials say.

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Belgian cyclist dies after race crash

Belgian cyclist Michael Goolaerts dies aged 23 following a crash in Paris-Roubaix.

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German van attack: 'Suspect had mental health problems'

Authorities say the German national acted alone when he drove into diners in Muenster, killing two.

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Deutsche Bank boss to step down amid continued losses

British-born John Cryan is leaving Germany's biggest lender two years early amid continued losses.

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Berlin police arrest six over 'city-endangering' plot

They say there is no conclusive evidence that Sunday's half-marathon was the target.

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Pyongyang marathon: Fewer foreigners compete in North Korea's annual race

Fewer foreigners than normal compete in Pyongyang's annual race as nuclear tensions weigh on tourism.

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Facebook data: How it was used by Cambridge Analytica

Cambridge Analytica claims its data and research helped Donald Trump win the US presidency. But how?

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North Korea: Runners take part in Pyongyang's marathon

The annual race marks North Korean founder Kim Il-sung's birth.

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Lula turns himself in after police stand-off

Brazil's former president forced his way through crowds of supporters to surrender to the authorities.

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Prince Charles reunited with fan who stole a kiss

On his Australian tour, the prince greets a woman who first met him as a teen and stole a kiss.

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Leslie Cheung: Asia's gay icon lives on 15 years after his death

Leslie Cheung, one of the first celebrities to come out as gay in Asia, is still inspiring people today.

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In the US, you don't have to kill to be a murderer

Police shot dead a burglary suspect, but his 15-year-old accomplice will go to prison for the murder

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Meet the 'fearless' drag queens of Beirut

Performing queens and the growing gay scene in Lebanon.

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Meet the Brit in charge of fixing NYC's subway

New York City's subway - and millions of disgruntled commuters - are at the end of their rope. Meet the man who's supposed to fix it all.

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Bhutan's 'Shangri-La' caught between two rival superpowers

Bhutan is a traveller's dream - but it is caught between two Asian giants and nervous about the future.

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Letter from Africa: The handshake that left millions of Kenyans confused

Joseph Warungu reflects on the plight of Kenyan opposition supporters after their leader reconciled with his political nemesis.

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