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BBC News with Jonathan Izard

Ukraine’s interim interior minister says shooting has broken out in the eastern town of Kramatorsk.  Arsen Avakov said pro-Russian demonstrators tried to storm a government building. In the eastern city of Sloviansk unidentified gunmen seized police and state security buildings and raised the Russian flag. Our correspondent in Sloviansk, David Stern, says no one knows who carried out the assault there.

The gunmen seemed to be extremely well organised. We saw these, the barricades already have been erected within minutes of our arrival in the town of Sloviansk. We also saw numerous checkpoints and road blocks on the road going from Donetsk, on a couple of roads going from Donetsk to Sloviansk. And the gunmen all seemed to be very well equipped. They were wearing these unmarked green uniforms, which, it has to be said, we also saw in Crimea. Now the question that everyone is asking is who exactly these people are. They say that they are at local defence unit.

The US Geological Survey has reported a magnitude 7.6 earthquake, which has struck about 100km south-east of Kira Kira in the Solomon Islands. A tsunami warning for the Solomons, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia and the surrounding region has been issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre.

It’s emerged that suspected Islamist militants in northern Nigeria have killed at least 135 people in a series of attacks last week in Borno state. Here’s Will Ross in Lagos.

Initial reports from these remote areas of Borno state said around 70 people had died. But the senator representing the area, Ahmed Zannah, told the BBC at least 135 civilians were killed. He said the first target was a teacher training college in Dikwa town, where the gunmen killed five teachers and abducted several of their wives. The senator said the suspected Boko Haram gunmen attacked two remote villages close to the Cameroonian border on Thursday, where 130 people were killed.

Thousands of people, many of them suffering serious illnesses, have taken part in a demonstration in Chile’s capital Santiago to demand a reform of the health system. Gideon Long was there.

The people on this march say the state should be doing more to help ordinary Chileans pay for the high cost of medical care. Chile is one of only three countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the OECD, in which private spending on healthcare outstrips public spending. People here say that should be reversed. It’s quite an emotive demonstration. I’ve seen people here walking on crutches, people in wheelchairs; there are people here who have terminal cancer who’ve come out to the streets to make their voices heard.

Officials in Pakistan say gunmen have kidnapped dozens of villagers from a gathering in the tribal areas in the north-west of the country. Local government officials said suspected Taliban militants had taken about 100 tribesmen, but later released 40 of them. Media reports say the men were taken away from an opium and cannabis selling fair.

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A prosecutor in Paris says a photographer and two top executives of the magazine which reported the alleged affair between the French President Francois Hollande and the actress Julie Gayet are to be charged under the strict privacy laws in France. The photographer Laurent Viers and the magazine executives will appear in court in July charged with breach of privacy.

The government and opposition forces in Syria have accused each other of using poison gas in a village in the centre of the country on Friday. State television said rebels linked to al-Qaeda had released chlorine gas in Kafr Zita, killing two people and injuring more than 100 others. Opposition groups said dozens of people were injured when thick smoke caused suffocation and poisoning. More details from Lyse Doucet:

It was the Syrian opposition which first reported that there had been an air raid. They had seen smoke. Some spoke of barrel bombs, which is a technique we know the government has been using, particularly in the northern area of Aleppo. They talked about people being injured. But then shortly after that the government state television reported that chlorine had been used by the al-Qaeda-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra. And not just that, it then said that the rebels planned to use them again.

Two Berber men have died in the southern Algerian city of Ghardaia in sectarian clashes. Tension between the Arab and Berber ethnic communities has risen sharply since the destruction of an historic Berber shrine in December in the city, which is a Unesco world heritage site. Police reported a man was killed by a hunting rifle on Friday night. The Ghardaia hospital said a second man had died of injuries sustained in the clashes.

Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has urged Scots to set aside party differences and back independence ahead of a referendum in September on whether Scotland should leave the United Kingdom. Speaking at his Scottish National Party’s conference in Aberdeen, Mr Salmond said a yes vote was a vote for Scotland and needn’t be an endorsement of him nor of the Scottish Nationalists. BBC News










叙利亚政府和反对派周五相互指责对方在叙利亚中部一村庄使用毒气。国家电视台称与基地组织有关联的叛军在卡夫.哲达镇(Kafr Zita)释放氯气,造成2人死亡,100多人受伤。反对派组织称由于浓烟造成窒息和中毒,数十人受伤。李莎.杜塞特发回详细报道。




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