Indonesia jail breakout: Hundreds of prisoners escape Image copyright Reuters Image caption Locals helped police find some of the escaped prisoners, as seen on local TV More than 100 prisoners are still at large on the Indonesian island of Sumatra after breaking out of an overcrowded jail. Footage aired on local TV stations showed dozens of men rushing out of a side entrance at Sialang Bungkuk prison in Pekanbaru City, with no sign of anyone following them. About 200 people escaped after being let out of cells for Friday prayers. More than a third were subsequently recaptured. Ferdinand Siagian, from the region's law ministry, said that the jail had only five or six guards on duty for nearly 1,900 inmates, in a prison supposed to hold only 300. Inmates had accused some guards of being violent and complained about their treatment in the jail, Mr Siagian told Metro TV. Hundreds of police officers and military personnel have now been deployed to guard the prison. Police hav..
Germany searches all army barracks for Nazi material Image copyright Reuters Image caption Germany's defence minister (C) says veneration for Hitler's armed forces has no place in the modern German army Inspections have been ordered at every German army barracks, after Nazi-era memorabilia was found at two of them. The defence ministry said the command came from the inspector general of the Bundeswehr (Germany's armed forces). All barracks will be searched for material linked to the Wehrmacht, the army which served Adolf Hitler. The move follows a growing scandal over far-right extremism within the army, with an officer accused of plotting an attack disguised as a Syrian refugee. The army lieutenant, who had expressed far-right views, was arrested in late April. Prosecutors in Frankfurt said the 28-year-old suspect had a "xenophobic background". Germany's Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen cancelled a planned trip to the US and travelled to his garriso..
North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC Image copyright AFP Image caption North Korea held a grand military parade on Saturday North Korea will continue to test missiles despite international condemnation and increasing military tensions with the US, a senior official has told the BBC in Pyongyang. "We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis," Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol told the BBC's John Sudworth. He said that an "all out war" would result if the US took military action. Earlier, US Vice-President Mike Pence warned North Korea not to test the US. He said his country's "era of strategic patience" with North Korea was over. Mr Pence arrived in Seoul on Sunday hours after North Korea carried out a failed missile launch. Tensions have been escalating on the peninsula, with heated rhetoric from both North Korea and the US. What can the outside world do about N Korea?All about North Kor..
Egyptian Saad Mohammed creates 700 metre Koran by hand Image copyright Reuters Image caption Saad Mohammed has spent three years creating his scroll An Egyptian school drop-out is hoping to make history after spending three years painstakingly creating what he believes to be the world's largest Koran. Saad Mohammed's intricately decorated, hand-drawn scroll is 700 metres long (2,296ft) - which means, when it is unrolled, it is almost twice as tall as the 381-metre-high Empire State Building. And up until now, Mr Mohammed, who lives in the town of Belqina, north of Cairo, has funded every centimetre of his passion project. But he has big hopes for the scroll. Image copyright Reuters Image caption The school drop-out has also handwritten other books Image copyright Reuters Image caption It would take about five minutes to walk the distance covered by the length of the scroll He believes the scroll is long enough to make it into the Guinness World Record..
Trump-Russia row: Putin offers to release meeting record Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption'No politician in history has been treated worse' Vladimir Putin has waded into the growing row surrounding US President Donald Trump and his links to Russia. US media say Mr Trump passed on classified information to Russian officials last week, but Mr Putin says this is not the case. He said he would release a record of the meeting to the US Congress if they requested it. The news comes amid reports Mr Trump tried to influence an investigation into his team's dealings with Russia. US media have quoted a memo by former FBI director James Comey that reportedly says Mr Trump asked him to drop an inquiry into links between his ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Moscow. The fallout from both issues continues to consume Washington, with moves by Democrats to launch an independent commission starting to gather momentum. As for Mr Trump, he told US..
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United Airlines passenger ordeal 'worse than fall of Saigon' Image copyright Reuters Image caption Ms Dao Pepper condemned her father's treatment during a Thursday press conference A man dragged screaming off a United Airlines flight described his ordeal as "more horrifying" than his experiences in the Vietnam War, his lawyer says. Attorneys for Dr David Dao, who lost two front teeth and suffered a broken nose and "significant" concussion in the incident, say they will sue. His daughter, Crystal Dao Pepper, told the news conference in Chicago they are "sickened" by his treatment. Video of the incident has been watched millions of times online. United Airline's public relations disaster Why do airlines overbook? Law enforcement officials dragged Dr Dao off Sunday evening's Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky, flight because it was fully booked, and the airline wanted four passengers to make way for staff members. The Vietnamese-American physician had refu..
Trump says Comey 'wasn't doing a good job' US President Donald Trump has said he fired FBI director James Comey because "he was not doing a good job". He gave his first in-person explanation of the FBI chief's dismissal during a surprise meeting with Henry Kissinger. The president has said he fired Mr Comey over his handling of the inquiry into Hillary Clinton's emails. But Mr Comey reportedly asked for more money for his inquiry into Russia's alleged meddling in the US election, according to US media. Days before his removal, he made the request to Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who recommended Mr Comey's dismissal to the president, according to leaks. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Wednesday the president had "been considering letting Director Comey go since the day he was elected". She added there had been "an erosion of confidence" over the last several months. Mr Comey's dismissal has shocked Washin..
French election: Macron takes action over offshore claims Image copyright AFP Image caption The moderators largely let the event run its course without interference The frontrunner in the race for the French presidency, Emmanuel Macron, has filed a lawsuit over online rumours that he has a secret bank account in the Caribbean. Prosecutors in Paris have opened an investigation following his complaint. The news came after the centrist, pro-EU candidate was regarded as having come out on top in the final TV debate ahead of Sunday's run-off vote. His far-right adversary, Marine Le Pen, referred to the claims in the debate. He replied: "That is defamation." On Thursday, an aide to Mr Macron told AFP news agency: "We will not hesitate to prosecute for defamation anyone who repeats this false information." In depth: Emmanuel Macron's meteoric riseIn depth: FN moderniser Marine Le PenThe prosecutors' investigation sends a clear message that anyone repeating the allegat..
Chechnya anti-gay violence: Newspaper fears 'retribution' for reports Image copyright AFP Image caption A spectacular new mosque dominates the centre of Grozny, the Chechen capital The Russian daily Novaya Gazeta says it is alarmed by a Chechen Muslim call for "retribution" after the paper reported violence against gay men in Chechnya. Chechen Muslim clerics met on 3 April, two days after the paper's revelations, and said the report had insulted their faith and the dignity of Chechen men. "Retribution will catch up with the true instigators, wherever and whoever they are," their resolution said. Novaya Gazeta says it amounts to a call for "reprisals against journalists". "We urge the Russian authorities to do everything possible to prevent actions aimed at inciting hatred and enmity towards journalists, who are doing their professional duty," the paper said. On 1 April it reported that more than 100 people had been detained in Chechnya on suspicion of being hom..
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