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"French soldier on guard at the Louvre in Paris opens fire at suspected attacker media reports say"

The legislation will sharply limit the president's ability to ease Russia sanctions in the future.

US House backs new Russia sanctions

The US gives written notice to the UN that it intends to quit the Paris climate deal, but will stay in talks process.8.4.17

US notifies UN of climate deal pullout

People inside White House working to "eject" Donald Trump, former communications chief Anthony Scaramucci saysThis breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version.

#Glasgow and #Edinburgh clash in #Scottish boat race via BBC Breaking News

Cities clash in Scottish boat race

The Scottish Boat Race - one of the oldest such races in the world - is held on the River Clyde in Glasgow.

The riddle of the Voynich Manuscript.  Excellent BBC article at link on the manuscript's history and what it may represent.

The riddle of the Voynich Manuscript

nice BBC Breaking News - 13/11/15 Paris Terror Attacks part 1 (9pm to 9:15pm)

Part 1 of the BBC News coverage from November 2015 covering the Paris Terror Attacks. On the evening of 13 November a series of coordinated terror.

SANNYASA was luck that he ain’t there while temple set on fire. Temple can be rebuilt when Paki Hindus prove that they ain’t who dumped Quran not Bhagavad Gita in temple trash bin. Death punishment for Act Blesamphy. If government ain’t doing it Taliban will. Imagine what will happens to a Muslim dumps Bhagavad Gita on the streets of India. Use your imagination

Pakistan: A Muslim Mob Sets Fire to a Hindu Temple and Community Center

another ten israeli nightmares.enjoy Ten Islamic Terrorist Front-Groups Unite to Form the U. Council of Muslim Organizations Political Coalition

BREAKING NEWS: Catalonia Declares Independence - BBC News BBC News

BREAKING NEWS: Catalonia Declares Independence - BBC News BBC News