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BBC News - World

Dozens arrested at Yale during Gaza campus protests -- Meanwhile, students at Columbia were told to stay home on the first day of the Jewish Passover holiday. -- US & Canada

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LIVE -- Prosecution: Trump case about 'criminal conspiracy and a cover-up' -- The former president stared straight ahead as the prosecution outlined its case in the historic hush-money trial.

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French Voice star seriously hurt in shooting -- Authorities say Kendji Girac's life is no longer in danger. -- Europe

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Ecuadorean police capture fugitive gang leader -- Los Lobos gang leader Fabricio Colón Pico had been on the run since escaping jail in January. -- Latin America & Caribbean

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Kanye wades into Drake and Kendrick Lamar's feud -- The long-running saga enters a new chapter, as Kanye offers his two cents in a fresh diss track. -- Entertainment & Arts

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Israeli military's intelligence chief resigns over 7 October -- Maj Gen Aharon Haliva is the first leader to quit for failing to prevent the 7 October attack. -- Middle East

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Gaza baby saved from dead mother's womb -- Palestinian girl Sabreen is alive following her incredible birth in the wake of an Israeli strike. -- Middle East

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Three suspected Chinese spies arrested in Germany -- The main suspect, named as Thomas R, is accused of spying for the Chinese Ministry of State Security. -- Europe

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Palestinian arrested over Israeli boy's killing -- The murder of Benjamin Achimeir triggered a deadly rampage by Israeli settlers in the West Bank. -- Middle East

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Seven killed as race car hits crowd in Sri Lanka -- The car ploughed into a crowd at the Fox Hill Supercross event, killing officials and spectators. -- Asia

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US journalist Terry Anderson, held hostage for years, dies aged 76 -- Anderson was captured by Islamist militants and held for nearly seven years during Lebanon's civil war. -- US & Canada

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Bridge collapses as floods hit China's south -- The country's south has been battered by heavy rainfall, with tens of thousands of people evacuated. -- Asia

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Watch US House pass critical Ukraine aid package -- The long-awaited vote comes as Kyiv faces a weapons shortage in its fight against Russia. -- US & Canada

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Moment huge explosion rocks Iraq military base -- Local security officials said one person was killed and eight others wounded. -- Middle East

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BBC reporter at Trump trial as man sets himself on fire -- The BBC's Nada Tawfik was outside the New York court where Donald Trump's trial is taking place. -- US & Canada

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The key players in Donald Trump's hush-money trial -- They include a judge and prosecutors who have previously tangled with Mr Trump, an all-in defence team and several curious witnesses. -- US & Canada

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What $61bn US aid boost could mean for Ukraine -- After weeks of Russian advances, there are three areas where Ukraine could now strengthen its defences. -- Europe

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How Chinese firms are using Mexico as a backdoor to the US -- Chinese firms are racing to set up factories in Mexico to bypass US tariffs and sanctions. -- Business

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Today is Earth Day - what is it and what has it achieved? -- The worldwide event aims to raise awareness about the need to protect the environment. -- Science & Environment

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Baby born by emergency caesarean as mother killed in Gaza -- The infant's entire immediate family died in Israeli air strikes on Rafah on Saturday night. -- Middle East

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Norway's King Harald to scale back official duties -- The 88-year-old has battled health issues and will make a "permanent reduction" to his public engagements. -- Europe

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Russia defiant over new US aid to Ukraine -- Pro-Kremlin media and Russian officials claim America is "getting dragged into" a war it will lose. -- Europe

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Tens of thousands evacuated from massive China floods -- Three die as rain-swollen rivers burst their banks in Guangdong, China's most populous province. -- Asia

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Papuan leader dismisses Biden 'cannibalism' remark -- James Marape says the US president had a "blurry moment" when describing his uncle's fate in World War Two. -- US & Canada

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