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Rouhani Claims Iran 'Not After War' - on National Army Day
'Moderate' President Hassan Rouhani claims Iran is not looking for war, but rather for talks - then warns that it will 'resist invasion.'

'The Government Suffers From Reverse Muscular Dystrophy'
Hundreds gather at Yitzhar for Passover former MK slams government for having 'hands that destroy without thinking.'

Syria Submits 'Specific' List of Chemical Weapons to OPCW
'Discrepancies' were found in the original list Syria provided to the joint mission, officials claim, amidst rumors of more attacks.

Police Place Limits on Temple Mount for Muslims
New intel turns the tables on regular bans on Jewish visitors after rumors of more Muslim rioting.

Suspected 'Price Tag' Attack in Umm Al-Fahm
Graffiti, arson at local mosque is latest in alleged 'price tag' vandalism attacks.

Thailand: Terror Suspects Admit Plans To Attack Israelis
Two suspected Hezbollah terrorists arrested in Thailand, admit plans to bomb Israeli tourist hotspot during Passover.

Kerry Vows to Fight Israeli Visa Rejection Trend
State Department review finds visa rejections for young Israelis up to 32%, doubling since 2009 - Kerry commits to changing it.

Abbas Denies Condemning Hevron Murder
Abbas's office rushes to deny reports by leftist MKs that he condemned murder, quotes him as 'opposing violence' in general.

Fifth Canadian Reported Killed Fighting in Syrian Civil War
Syrian Army kills six foreign nationals in special army operation - including one Westerner. What does this mean for Canada?

Last Ditch Efforts To Extend Peace Talks Fail
PA source reveals Thursday night meeting in Jerusalem ends with 'no breakthroughs,' leaving April 29 deadline for talks.

Current World Events - BBC News

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BBC World News

Nine dead in Everest avalanche
Nine local guides have been killed after an avalanche on the slopes of Mount Everest, officials in Nepal say.

VIDEO: PMQs 'not different for women'
Former politician Ann Widdecombe has defended women MPs participating during Prime Minister's Questions.

East Ukraine militants snub deal
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine refuse to leave official buildings, just hours after an international deal was reached to defuse the crisis.

Hamilton top in second practice
Lewis Hamilton heads Ferrari's Fernando Alonso as the Mercedes driver sets the pace in Friday practice at the Chinese GP.

Korea ship: Third officer 'had helm'
The third officer was at the helm of the ferry that capsized off South Korea, investigators say, as divers work to access the sunken hull.

Car destroyed in petrol bomb attack
A 4x4 vehicle is destroyed in a petrol bomb attack in County Antrim.

Easter visitors urged to take care
Holidaymakers are urged to take care over the holiday weekend, as good weather is expected to attract crowds to resorts and attractions in Wales.

British teenager killed in Syria
An 18-year-old British man has died in Syria, the Foreign Office confirms.

Labour hires Obama poll guru Axelrod
David Axelrod, the strategist who masterminded Barack Obama's presidential victories, will be a key adviser on Ed Miliband's 2015 general election campaign, the Labour Party says.

VIDEO: Easter story in a shipping container
The North East town of South Shields is commemorating the Passion of Christ on Good Friday in a different way.

Gold found in Indian man's stomach
A stack of 12 bars of gold were recovered from the stomach of a businessman in the Indian capital, Delhi, a surgeon treating him tells the BBC.

Channel Tunnel due back to normal
Channel Tunnel rail services are expected to return to normal on Good Friday morning after being hit by severe disruption.

VIDEO: Row over Irish dancing make-up ban
The Irish Dancing Commission has recently stopped children under the age of 10 from wearing make-up during competitions.

'Horrific' sheep attacks on increase
New figures show that attacks on sheep by dogs across Northern Ireland have almost doubled over the last year.

VIDEO: Royals watch sheep shearing at show
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made an appearance at Sydney's Royal Easter Show, during their tour of Australia.

Five steps to stopping a lion escape
How zoos plan for a lion escape

VIDEO: Anxious time for Syria's Christians
Around the world Christians are marking Holy Week in the run up to Easter, but for Syria's Christians, it is also an anxious time as the country's war drags on into a fourth year.

China jails corruption activists
China jails four more activists linked to the Xu Zhiyong-founded New Citizens' Movement, which seeks government transparency.

Female cave insects have 'penises'
Female insects with 'penises' have been discovered in Brazil - the first example of an animal with sex-reversed genitalia.

Foreign doctor 'safety fears' - front pages
Some papers focus on suggestions foreign-trained doctors are less skilled than British counterparts, while others report on a child said to have caught meningitis from a cat.

VIDEO: 'Most Earth-like planet yet' found
A planet that is close in size to the Earth and that could hold water on its surface has been identified by the Kepler telescope.

Chick knit plea response 'fantastic'
An online appeal by a Manchester children's hospice for knitted chicks boosts its flock to an "unexpected" more than 6,300.

Sacked doctor was unfairly dismissed
A sacked heart specialist was unfairly dismissed after raising concerns about patient safety, an employment tribunal rules.

10 sartorial moments that tell us a lot about politics
10 sartorial moments that reveal the superficiality of politics

Algeria votes on Bouteflika's future
Algerians have voted in elections in which incumbent President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who suffered a stroke last year, is seeking a fourth term.

Missing prisoner alert took 20 hours
Police admit they were "slow off the mark" in alerting the public that a convicted robber serving eight years, had failed to return to an open prison in Suffolk.

In Pictures: Great North Passion
Artists customise 12 shipping containers to tell Easter story

Quiz of the week's news
Sir Alex Ferguson's wine cellar has most bottles from where?

Rape accused boy, 14, due in court
A boy of 14 accused of raping a 10-year-old girl on disused land in Shrewsbury, is due to appear in court later.

Author Gabriel Garcia Marquez dies
The Nobel prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, author of One Hundred Years of Solitude, dies in Mexico aged 87, his family says.

VIDEO: The book shop on a boat
The bookshop on a barge that travels the canal system

How 420 became code for marijuana
Why cannabis smokers love the number 420

What makes Jerusalem so holy?
What makes Jerusalem so holy to three religions?

VIDEO: 'He really was a one-off'
Nobel prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died in Mexico aged 87, in paying tribute author Ian McEwan described him as a 'one-off'.

Trott to take break from cricket
England batsman Jonathan Trott is to take a second break from cricket because of a recurrence of his anxiety issues.

Alfa Romeo plots a US comeback
After 20 years, Alfa Romeo returns to the US

Celebrating Easter in Spring
Australia's Bishop Kay at Westminster Abbey for Easter

VIDEO: Alfa Romeo plots US comeback
Alfa Romeo, the Italian sports car maker, returns to the US market after 20 years. Michelle Fleury takes a tour of the car the firm hopes will appeal to American drivers.

Iran has 'cut uranium stock' - IAEA
Iran has neutralised half of its higher-enriched uranium stockpile, in keeping with a deal agreed earlier this year, the world's nuclear watchdog says.

Bullied children still suffer at 50
Children can experience the negative effects of bullying on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later, says a study from King's College London.

Teachers' unions meet amid disputes
Calls for more action over pay and pensions are expected this weekend when the two biggest teachers' unions meet for their annual conferences.

'Nothing to hide' over bird deaths
A farmer whose properties were raided by police investigating the deaths of 20 birds of prey, calls for more resources to be directed at the investigation.

Obama: Healthcare law 'is working'
President Barack Obama defends his signature healthcare law, saying the debate over its repeal is "over" as he touts high enrolment numbers.

VIDEO: 'We want to be part of Russia'
The BBC's Natalia Antelava visits a camp site of the self-declared people's Republic of Donetsk.

Chelsea Clinton announces pregnancy
The daughter of former US President Bill Clinton and former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announces she is pregnant with her first child.

Deadly attack on South Sudan UN base
Dozens of civilians sheltering in a UN base in the South Sudan city of Bor have been killed in an attack by armed youths, the UN says.

VIDEO: Author Gabriel Garcia Marquez dies
Nobel prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died in Mexico aged 87.

Kelpies lit up for launch event
The Kelpies, a massive new art installation overlooking the M9 near Falkirk, are lit up as part of a pyrotechnic launch event.

Mata backs Moyes to revive Man Utd
Record buy Juan Mata is confident Manchester United will become a force under David Moyes with the addition of new signings.

Power cut due to 'transient fault'
The mass power outage which affected more than 200,000 homes across the Highlands and Islands was caused by a "transient fault", according to the Scottish government.

French far-right 'opens arms' to UKIP
The leader of the right-wing Front National party in France says she would welcome collaboration with UKIP in fighting against the EU "with open arms".

Breakthrough in leukaemia treatment
Scientists at Cardiff University say they have made a significant breakthrough in the treatment of the most common form of leukaemia.

Brazilian police end strike over pay
Police in the state of Bahia in Brazil vote to end a two-day strike which prompted the deployment of federal troops to restore order on the streets.

Obituary: Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Gabriel Garcia Marquez's prose conveyed overflowing imagination

French troops free Mali aid workers
French troops in Mali free five aid workers who were kidnapped in the north of the country by suspected Islamist militants in February.

Lawro's predictions v Ken Doherty
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on former snooker world champion Ken Doherty in this week's predictions

Female MPs shunning PMQs - Bercow
Some female MPs have stopped attending Prime Minister's Questions because it is so "bad", says Speaker John Bercow.

Robson out of French Open & Wimbledon
Britain's Laura Robson confirms she will miss the French Open and Wimbledon after having minor wrist surgery.

Abu Hamza 'used cover of religion'
A radical cleric extradited from the UK "used the cover of religion" to hide his part in a global terror campaign, a prosecutor in New York says.

It's getting mighty crowded
Parents face tough time getting primary school places

EU green light for UK carbon project
A British project to capture CO2 and bury it under the North Sea looks set to receive a 300m-euro boost from the EU.

Parents seek Nigeria kidnap girls
The parents of some of the girls abducted from their school in north-east Nigeria head into the forests in a dangerous search for their daughters.

Anglo Irish bank pair found guilty
Two former Anglo Irish bank chiefs have been found guilty of making loans designed to illegally prop up the bank's share price.

VIDEO: Babylab studies development of ADHD
Scientists at a London laboratory carry out tests to try to discover how and why some people develop Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Salsa legend Cheo Feliciano dies
Puerto Rican salsa singer and composer Cheo Feliciano dies in a car crash in his native island aged 78.

German media boss criticises Google
In an open letter to Google's Eric Schmidt the boss of German publishing firm Axel Springer says it is afraid of the search giant.

Co-op Group reports £2.5bn loss
The Co-operative Group reports losses of £2.5bn, the worst results in its 150-year history, after what its chief executive calls a "disastrous" year.

AUDIO: Man amputated hand to get 'reaction'
A man who suffered with chronic hand pain chopped the limb off so people "would listen."

Caption Challenge: Predator gets an ice cream
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.

Women held in school fraud inquiry
Four women are arrested in connection with an on-going fraud investigation at a Birmingham school.

Welcome (back) to Beijing
The BBC’s new China editor on her return to Beijing

Why is Captain Underpants the most complained about book?
A children's book has beaten Fifty Shades of Grey as the US library system's most criticised book. Why?

Hospital infections 'still too high'
Doctors and nurses should do more to stop hospital patients developing infections, an NHS watchdog says.

VIDEO: Cyborg glasses mimic eye gestures
A Japanese researcher shows off glasses that display computer-generated eyes, which express emotions to save their wearer the effort.

In pictures: South Korea ferry sinks
Passenger ferry in South Korea capsizes

Day in pictures: 16 April 2014
News photos from past 24 hours: 16 April

Your pictures: South Africa
Readers' photos on the theme of "South Africa"

VIDEO: Ex-terror chief heads 'Trojan horse' probe
An inquiry into allegations of a hard-line Islamist plot to take over 25 Birmingham schools is to be lead by the Met's former national head of counter terrorism, it has been announced.

Day in pictures: 15 April 2014
News photos from past 24 hours: 15 April

VIDEO: Footage of rare 'blood moon' eclipse
People in the Americas have been treated to a rare "blood moon" lunar eclipse. Jonathan Amos explains the science behind the colour change.

In pictures: Chile fire rages on
Huge fire in the Chilean city of Valparaiso

In pictures: Nigeria bus blast
Aftermath of a bomb blast in Abuja

Day in pictures: 14 April 2014
News photos from past 24 hours: 14 April

In pictures: Royals tour New Zealand
Duke and Duchess in New Zealand and Australia

VIDEO: House of Commons
The PM is challenged over his support for Maria Miller following a row over her expenses.
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