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Watch: PA crowns Taylor Force's murderer as a 'martyr'
Official PA TV broadcast of massive funeral can't stop praising terrorist, after Israel returned his body.



Suspect in 1980 Paris synagogue attack ordered back to jail
French court orders Hassan Diab to be sent back to jail, ten days after he was released on bail.



Blair: Arab states will normalize Israel ties for peace talks
Former British PM says Arab countries would be willing to be more flexible in normalizing ties with Israel if peace talks resume.



B'nai Brith Canada to combat BDS
B’nai Brith Canada planning measures against BDS after Ontario parliament shoots down bill against the movement.



Netanyahu blasts media over coverage of Comptroller report
Netanyahu has harsh criticism for Channel 10's failure to ask for his comment about the State Comptroller’s report on "Bibi-Tours".



Report: Crashed EgyptAir flight had no technical problems
The EgyptAir jet that disappeared last week did not show technical problems before taking off from Paris, say sources.



Final member of ISIS 'Beatles' identified
Fourth member of a group of ISIS jailors who beheaded hostages identified as El Shafee Elsheikh.



Watch: National plan to save Dead Sea Scrolls from thieves
Israel Antiquities Authority launches a national plan for comprehensive archaeological excavations in the Judean Desert caves.



Liberman, Netanyahu finalize coalition agreement
Yisrael Beytenu chairman headed towards the Defense Ministry, after an agreement is reached on pensions for immigrants.



MK Zohar changes mind, won't resign from Knesset
Likud MK Mickey Zohar announces he will not be resigning from the Knesset after all.

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Google tax raid, diabetes 'cure', Burt Kwouk dies
The French state seeking £1.2bn in back taxes from Google, stomach surgery that "reverses" type 2 diabetes, and the death of Cato actor Burt Kwouk all feature in Wednesday's papers.

Afghan Taliban announce new leader
The Afghan Taliban name Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada as their new leader following the death of Mullah Mansour in a drone strike.

Huawei sues Samsung over patents
Huawei is suing its tech rival Samsung in two countries over claims that several of its patents have been infringed.

In pictures: The barbers of Freetown
Photographer Olivia Acland's pictures of the barbers who shape the hair of the residents of Freetown in Sierra Leone.

Eurozone agrees landmark Greece deal
Eurozone ministers agree to extend a fresh bailout loan to Greece as well as debt relief, in what they call a "breakthrough".

Brexit could extend austerity, IFS says
Austerity measures could be extended by two years in the UK should it vote to leave the EU, the Institute for Fiscal Studies says.

Ex-military officers fight for EU exit
A dozen former senior military officers speak out in favour of leaving the EU, warning membership has undermined the UK's "combat effectiveness".

University pay dispute 'could widen'
University lecturers are due to start a two-day strike over pay, amid warnings other staff could join the dispute.

Cancel primary test results, heads say
Head teachers are calling on the education secretary to stop the publication of this year's primary school results in England because the results would be unreliable.

Cattle drugs 'could fuel climate change'
Dosing farm animals with antibiotics increases greenhouse gas emissions from cow dung, research suggests.

Last-minute rescue bid for BHS emerges
A new consortium led by a former Mothercare director is thought to be the frontrunner to rescue department store chain BHS as the threat of liquidation looms.

'Big cut' in antibiotic prescriptions
GPs in England have "dramatically" reduced the amount of antibiotic prescriptions they prescribe to patients, latest figures reveal.

Bursary cut 'may worsen NHS staff gaps'
Plans to scrap student bursaries and charge nurses and other health staff for their degrees in England could backfire, unions are warning.

Fifth of UK couples 'close to break-up'
Almost one in five (18%) of couples in the UK argue regularly or consider separating, a study suggests.

Union threatened by 'ad hoc devolution'
The integrity of the United Kingdom is being threatened by "piecemeal" devolution to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, peers say.

Would a new UN Convention help refugees?
Does the 65-year-old UN Refugee Convention need to be updated to deal with the current refugee crisis?

Vote Leave focuses on immigration
The Vote Leave campaign is adapting its tactics and focusing on immigration, as a series of polls suggest momentum may be building for the Remain side.

Toyota hails a ride with Uber
Carmakers Toyota and Volkswagen have struck separate partnerships with rideshare companies Uber and Gett.

Saudi Arabia hopes for religious tourism boost
Saudi Arabia prepares for religious tourism boost

Care 'has improved for 12,000 in homes'
More than 12,000 people in England are now safer and being looked after better in care homes than they were two years ago, the Care Quality Commission says.

VIDEO: How 14,000 Jews were airlifted out of Ethiopia in two days
How Israel flew 14,000 people to safety in two days

Internet not much help finding Chechen leader's missing cat
Chechen leader not impressed by missing cat mocking

Why is India's Taj Mahal turning green?
Why India's Taj Mahal is turning green

How rare are bright blue lobsters?
What is the chance of catching a bright blue lobster?

VIDEO: 'I don't want to be a European'
Gordon Brown's nemesis on Britain's big EU vote

Kurds launch attack near IS 'capital'
A US-backed alliance of Syrian Kurdish and Arab fighters begins a campaign to expel Islamic State militants north of their stronghold Raqqa.

Yellowstone in 1871 and today
Stunning photos of Yellowstone beauty spots in 1871 and today

Pisa tests for 21st Century 'global skills'
International Pisa tests will include questions in global skills in the next round of tests

Taxpayers 'lost £97m' calling HMRC
Taxpayers who were forced to wait for up to an hour when phoning HM Revenue and Customs lost the equivalent of £97m last year, NAO says.

Tata considers bids for UK steel plants
Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones are in Mumbai for a Tata board meeting to discuss bids for its UK steel operations.

VIDEO: Inside infamous Moscow anti-doping lab
Dan Roan is granted rare behind-the-scenes access to the discredited Moscow laboratory at the centre of the Russian doping scandal.

US seeks death penalty for church attack
The US justice department seeks the death penalty in the case of the Charleston church shooting which claimed nine lives last year.

Mourinho and Man Utd talks continue
Jose Mourinho and Manchester United are set for a second day of talks, with the Portuguese close to becoming the club's next manager.

Mystery after Taliban leader's death
The trail of clues after the Taliban leader was killed

Monsanto rejects $62bn offer from Bayer
Monsanto turns down a $62bn (£43bn) takeover offer from Bayer that would have created the world's biggest agricultural supplier.

Cosby to stand trial in sex assault case
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby could face up to 10 years in prison after being ordered to stand trial on charges of sexual assault.

City bans alcohol for England v Wales
England and Wales fans cannot drink in the streets of Lens around their sides' Euro 2016 game.

Trust to run city's children's services
Birmingham's children's services will be run by a trust after failings that saw the department named "a national disgrace".

Exxon 'has to change or die' on climate
The world's biggest publicly traded oil company faces a critical AGM under pressure from a broad coalition of shareholders on climate change.

Giggs: Should he stay or should he go?
Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs is considering his future at the club after being made an offer to stay.

1,000 teddies move to Newby Hall
A collection of 1,000 teddy bears, including Sooty and the original Paddington Bear, move to a permanent home at Newby Hall in North Yorkshire.

Stokes 'devastated' to be out of series
Ben Stokes says he is "devastated" to miss the rest of England's series against Sri Lanka after undergoing knee surgery.

VIDEO: 1,000 teddies move home
A collection of 1,000 teddy bears is moved to a permanent home at Newby Hall in North Yorkshire.

VIDEO: US Navy drones 'shot into the sky'
US Navy researchers test drones that can be shot into the sky for rapid deployment.

VIDEO: Foreign Office cat's rise on Twitter
The Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, has told MPs that his department's cat is on course to have more Twitter followers than him.

VIDEO: The roles that made Burt Kwouk famous
Burt Kwouk, who was best known for playing Inspector Clouseau's manservant Cato in the Pink Panther films, has died aged 85.

Star Wars Chewie goes back to school
Chewbacca from Star Wars takes a break from filming to pay a visit to a primary school in County Kerry.

VIDEO: Moment Chewbacca surprises classroom
Chewbacca surprises students at a Republic of Ireland primary on Monday.

Diabetes surgery 'missed by thousands'
Thousands of people with type-2 diabetes in the UK are missing out on obesity surgery that would slash blood sugars and even lead to remission in some cases, a team of experts say.

Microsoft accused of 'nasty trick'
Clicking the red cross on the Windows 10 pop-up box now activates the upgrade instead of closing the box.

Gambaccini replaces Blackburn on Radio 2
Paul Gambaccini will replace Tony Blackburn on Radio 2's Pick of the Pops as part of new schedule changes.

VIDEO: IS 'destroyed Syria airbase' used by Russia
A strategically significant Syrian airbase, used by Russia, appears to have been almost completely destroyed - according to new satellite imagery exclusively seen by the BBC. Stratfor analyst Sim Tack explains.

Illegal immigration raises heat in US election
Divisions over how to deal with illegal immigration - particularly following Donald Trump's incendiary rhetoric - are likely to play a key role in debate during the US presidential election, says James Naughtie.

M&S fashion: From Twiggy to Alexa Chung
From Twiggy to Alexa - Marks & Spencer's battle to be a High Street trendsetter

How one man saved a generation of premature babies
For years doctors in the US made little attempt to save the lives of premature babies, but there was one place distressed parents could turn for help - a sideshow on Coney Island.

The beautiful flower with an ugly past
How the cornflower has become the centre of a political controversy in Austria.

VIDEO: Hunting universe's strangest particles
Deep underground, beneath Daya Bay in the south of China, scientists are hunting for the oddest particles in the cosmos - neutrinos.
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