BBC News - Home (Mon, 23 Jan 2017 06:20:36 GMT) The Gambia 'missing millions' after Jammeh flies into exileState coffers are said to be empty as troops secure Banjul for the return of President Adama Barrow. Trump team in fresh war of words with US mediaDonald Trump's chief of staff joins the attack on reporting, vowing to fight "tooth and nail". Samsung confirms batteries faults as cause of Note 7 firesThe firm says neither software nor hardware, other than the batteries, were at fault in Note 7. US storms: At least 18 dead in Georgia and MississippiSeven of those killed were in a Georgia trailer park apparently struck by a tornado. Browned toast and potatoes are 'potential cancer risk', say food scientistsStarchy food should be cooked golden yellow to cut intake of a possible cancer-causing chemical. Ten seconds to demolish 19 buildingsA total of 19 buildings are demolished at the same time, in Wuhan, China. US legal watchdog to sue Trump over foreign paymentsWashington group says payments by foreign governments to Trump businesses violate the constitution. Israel approves settlement homes following Trump inauguration"Now we can build," a Jerusalem official says, as a staunch Israel supporter takes office in the US. Syria conflict: Peace talks due to begin in Astana, KazakhstanRussian, Iran and Turkey broker the latest efforts to end six years of bloody conflict. Giulio Regeni: Egypt allows CCTV footage to be examinedForeign experts will examine video from where Giulio Regeni is thought to have last been seen alive. Jallikattu: Two die in India bullfight as protests continueThe deaths come as protests continue to permanently lift a ban on controversial sport jallikattu. Cambridge scientists consider fake news 'vaccine'Concern at fabricated stories on websites prompts a psychological study to help people spot fake news. Romanians march against prisoner release planThe PM says the move will ease overcrowding but critics say he is trying to free jailed allies. Ball girl sends heartfelt letter to Jo-Wilfried TsongaJo-Wilfried Tsonga shares a thank you note from Guiliana, who he helped at the 2016 Australian Open. President Donald Trump says he will 'cherish' Obama letterPresident Trump reveals that Barack Obama left him a "beautiful" letter at the Oval Office, but he keeps quiet about its contents. Celebrations in The Gambia as troops arriveHundreds of people celebrated in Banjul as West African troops entered the presidential compound. Austria teaches asylum seekers how to skiAustria is working to integrate asylum seekers by teaching them how to ski. Richard Ratcliffe: 'We don't know how Nazanin is'Richard Ratcliffe says he hasn't heard from his wife since she lost her appeal in Iran. Jetpack firefighting system showcased in DubaiA firefighting system involving a jet ski and water-powered jetpack has been showcased in Dubai. World news in one minuteWatch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day. How risky is a slice of burnt toast?Experts say bread should be cooked to a golden yellow colour to reduce our intake of a chemical which could cause cancer. Tornado rips through Mississippi killing several peopleFour people died in the path of a tornado in southern Mississippi. Swathes of the south-eastern United States were hit by storms over the weekend. Phil Mercer: The Australian MP fighting the trollsDr Mehreen Faruqi uses social media to expose those who bombard her with sexist and racist abuse. Andrew Walker: What if UK-EU trade deal can't be reached?If the UK and the EU are going to have a trade agreement, it is best to get as many sectors covered as possible to reduce the chances of a WTO challenge. Trump's economic plans: What do we know so far?President Trump promised to hit the ground running, so what will his first economic policy steps be? How the barcode changed retailing and manufacturingHow a design originally drawn in the sand led to the growth of giant supermarkets. Sean Spicer: Who is President Trump's spin doctor?New White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has warned that the media will be held "accountable". Lords of the ruins Photographs taken by BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen as he takes a journey through eastern Aleppo's largely deserted streets. Africa's top shotsA selection of the best photos from across Africa this week. In pictures: Prize pigeonsPhotographs from inside a Turkish pigeon auction in Sanliurfa. Week in pictures: 7-13 January 2017A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week. Australian Open 2017: Johanna Konta beats Ekaterina Makarova, Serena Williams nextBritain's Johanna Konta beats Ekaterina Makarova to set up an Australian Open quarter-final against Serena Williams. Ryan Mason: Hull midfielder fractures skull in head clash at ChelseaHull City midfielder Ryan Mason has surgery after fracturing his skull during Sunday's game at Chelsea. NFL play-offs: New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons reach Super BowlNew England Patriots beat Pittsburgh Steelers and Atlanta Falcons thrash Green Bay Packers to reach the Super Bowl. India v England: Ben Stokes stars at Eden GardensEngland hold on to win the third one-day international against India by five runs as Ben Stokes finds redemption at Eden Gardens. Thanks BillHow Andy Kuper built investment firm Leapfrog, which aims to help pull people out of poverty in the developing world by investing in insurance and healthcare firms. 'An Unsuitable Boy' Karan Johar has been criticised for not setting an example for gays in India. Home solutionsNigeria's largest city Lagos is facing a housing crisis. The BBC's Nancy Kacungira looks at how entrepreneurs are trying to solve the crisis. Rocking the warehouseGreyOrange is India's biggest robotics company, making machines which support the country's booming online retail industry. DNA detectivesA team of experts is using DNA technology to identify victims of the Bosnian war of the 1990s. Our cat in HavanaIn Havana, stray cats and dogs prowl the streets. Responsibility for looking after them lies with the public - as Will Grant found when he befriended a ginger tomcat. Dapper dressersA group of young men hopes to put Iraqi Kurdistan on the fashion map - and effect social change.