Friday, 12th February 2016

World News

Autopsy reports found from 1929 Valentines Day massacre (CBS News)

Pope in Cuba for meeting with Russian Orthodox leader (CBS News)

Pope Francis, Russian Orthodox Patriarch sign unity deal (CBS News)

Skepticism greets Syria truce deal on worries over Russian bombing (Washington Post - Paywall)

Naseer Taj who planned to leave family for Syria found guilty of terror offences (Daily Mail)

Global Powers Welcome Syria Cease-Fire Agreement (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Pope Francis Arrives in Cuba for Historic Meeting (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Live updates: Pope Francis holds historic meeting with Russian Orthodox Church patriarch (Los Angeles Times)

After 1,000-year split, pope and Russian patriarch embrace in Cuba (Reuters)

Mario Woods, black man killed by police, 'had 20 gunshot wounds' (Guardian)

The Latest: Pope sends Mexico condolences over prison riot (Washington Post - Paywall)

This Man Stopped Showing Up at Work for at Least 6 Years (Time Magazine)

Cops: Two teen girls shot dead at Ariz. high school (CBS News)

Giulo Regeni's entire home town attend his funeral after being found dead in Cairo (Daily Mail)

Dumb drug dealer jailed after police found pictures of him holding a shotgun (Daily Star)

VIDEO: Creeping paralysis fear for Zika patients (BBC)

VIDEO: Civilians starve as bombs fall in Syria (BBC)

Pope in historic Russia church talks (BBC)

US and Cuba to formalise deal allowing 20 flights a day between countries (Guardian)

Valentine's Day freeze: UK braced for four inches of snow in weekend cold snap (Daily Star)

WHO Says Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

EU referendum uncertainty could slow down banking, RBS chief warns (Guardian)

Man remembers who he is after 30 years (CNN)

They meet for 1st time in 962 years (CNN)

We must stay in EU to unite against aggression, says David Cameron (Guardian)

Nothing says I love you like 'bacon roses' this Valentine's Day (Daily Star)

Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill sign joint declaration on religious unity (Washington Post - Paywall)

Brazil's Health Minister Is Absolutely Sure' Zika Is Connected to Microcephaly (Time Magazine)

'Finally, brother,' Pope Francis says in historic meeting with Russian Orthodox patriarch (Los Angeles Times)

Battered woman Sophie Butler admits stabbing abusive boyfriend to death (Daily Mail)

Finally!': pope and patriarch make history with first meeting in 1,000 years (Guardian)

The True Story Behind Valentine's Day (Time Magazine)

Diplomats aim for temporary Syria truce in a week (Washington Post - Paywall)

17 Classic Love Stories to Curl Up With on Valentine's Day (Time Magazine)

The Latest: UN envoy: Key to Syria deal is its commitment' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Finally:' Pope meets Russian Orthodox leader (Washington Post - Paywall)

Michael Fallon Says Syria Could See 'The Next Sarajevo' If 'Lying' Russia Won't Stop Bombing Civilians (Huffington Post)

Tragic pensioner killed after being hit by SHOPPING TROLLEY whilst browsing local M&S (Daily Express)

Russia keeps bombing despite Syria truce; Assad vows to fight on (Reuters)

2 Students Shot at Arizona High School Dead at Scene (NBC News)

Autopsy reports give account of Chicago Valentine's Day massacre plotted by Al Capone (Daily Mail)

Northeast Braces for Life Threatening' Cold on Valentine's Day (Time Magazine)

After deadly prison riot, fear pervasive among inmates (CBS News)

Pope Holds Historic Meeting With Russian Orthodox Leader in Cuba (New York Times - Paywall)

Man nearly loses job after saving stabbed woman (CBS News)

The strange world of 'love motels' (CNN)

Ceasefire OVER: Assad promises battle to the death in Syria war (Daily Star)

Death Toll From War in Syria Now 470,000, Group Finds (New York Times - Paywall)

Historic moment as Pope Francis meets Patriarch Kirill in Cuba video (Guardian)

Pope Francis Makes History by Meeting With Russian Orthodox Church's Leader (Time Magazine)

Brazil minister says no doubt Zika connected to microcephaly (Washington Post - Paywall)

'Beauty of Beverly' found hanged after boyfriend's break-up text (Daily Express)

Air Pollution Kills More Than 5 Million People Around the World Every Year (Time Magazine)

Pope meets Russian Orthodox leader 1,000 years after Christianity split (Fox News)

Meeting between pope and patriarch highlights ancient rifts and current worries (Washington Post - Paywall)

Autopsy reports shed light on famously unsolved St Valentine's Day massacre (Guardian)

Neighbours horrified after dead baby found in drain (Daily Express)

Arriba! Pope Receives Sombrero Ahead of Mexico Visit (NBC News)

'Finally!': Pope Francis Meets Russian Orthodox Leader (NBC News)

Italian Student's Death Highlights Perils for Egyptians, Too (New York Times - Paywall)

What children ask the Pope (CNN)

Russian PM Medvedev issues warning that Syrian conflict will spark World War Three (Daily Mail)

Los Angeles man traveling with Pope Francis will offer a simple gift - a shoeshine box (Los Angeles Times)

Assad vows to retake all of Syria (BBC)

Human rights groups sue US over immigration payments to Mexico (Guardian)

How much will Valentines Day dig into your wallet? (CBS News)

Inside One of the Last Nazi Death Camp Trials (Time Magazine)

Pope arrives in Cuba to meet Russian Orthodox patriarch (Reuters)

Two teen girls found shot dead at school in Phoenix suburb (Reuters)

Spain: Civil servant fined after skipping work for years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Commercially Available Test for Zika Virus Only Weeks Away, WHO Says (Time Magazine)

Mexico's deadliest prison riot underlines power of cartels inside (Guardian)

Rush to develop Zika vaccine (Financial Times - Paywall)

Hammers and shivs used in Mexico prison riot that killed 49 (Washington Post - Paywall)

Pope Francis lands in Cuba for first-ever papal meeting with head of Russian Orthodox Church (Washington Post - Paywall)

5 killed in UN base attack in Mali; 3 killed near Timbuktu (Washington Post - Paywall)

'Putin's banker' Sergei Pugachev sentenced to two years in prison for contempt (Guardian)

Family Who Trafficked, Enslaved And Forced Man To Work Unpaid For Almost Five Years Jailed (Huffington Post)

Death threats prompt British chef to drop foie gras from Valentine's Day menu (Fox News)

WHO: Zika vaccines at least 18 months away from broad trials (Washington Post - Paywall)

Zika link to birth defects could be proven within weeks - WHO (Reuters)

Obama recites Valentine's Day poem to Michelle on Ellen Show video (Guardian)

Foods that will get you in the mood this Valentines Day weekend (Daily Mail)

Syria plan could be an echo of Ukraine (Financial Times - Paywall)

Israel says has mended fences with EU in Netanyahu-Mogherini call (Reuters)

In historic encounter with leader of Russian Orthodox Church, pope set to meet staunch Kremlin ally (Washington Post - Paywall)

7 Relationship Hacks to Improve Your Life This Valentine's Day (Time Magazine)

Zika hoax claim: Virus NOT shrinking tots' heads and doctors may have found real cause (Daily Star)

Ed Balls has admitted the EU needs 'proper borders' over migrant crisis (Daily Mail)

World Cup 2018: Russia Shortlists Tiger, Wolf and Cat as Possible Mascots (Newsweek Magazine)

Heralding Schengen suspension, EU gives Greece three months to fix borders (Reuters)

Dating a Techie? Here Are 14 Valentine's Day Gifts (NBC News)

Putin looms over pope and patriarch (Financial Times - Paywall)

Two teenage girls dead after shooting at high school in Arizona (Guardian)

Deal has been made on Syria but are more atrocities coming? (CNN)

David Cameron heads to Germany to make his case for EU reform (Daily Mail)

Machete-Wielding Man Shot Dead by Police After Attack in Ohio Restaurant (Newsweek Magazine)

In Mexico, Pope Francis will deliver messages for both sides of the border (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why Pope Francis' pilgrimage to Mexico might be something new (Los Angeles Times)

Valentine's Day Doesn't Represent Modern Love (Huffington Post)

Rolls-Royce 'looking at implications' of Britain leaving EU (Guardian)

California Man Charged in Phony Adult Immigrant Adoption Program (Newsweek Magazine)

Chef Drops Foie Gras From Menu After Vegan Death Threats (Time Magazine)

Sooz Meagher's appeal to find dead husband's wedding ring sweeps the internet (Daily Mail)

Headteacher beats boy to death at Indian boarding school after he went outside (Daily Mail)

EU to restrict passport-free travel for up to two years to tackle refugee crisis (Daily Mail)

Zika Hasn't Hurt Africa and That May Be the Key to Beating It (Time Magazine)

Elephant in West Bengal kills one man and wounds three others during rampage (Daily Mail)

Marlow woman who bet that she would marry man she dated for MONTHS wins £1,500 (Daily Mail)

Israel says EU relations friendly' again after label spat (Washington Post - Paywall)

Marcus Bent given suspended 12-month jail sentence after ex-Everton striker is found guilty of affray and possessing cocaine (Daily Mail)

Ken Clarke on the EU debate: No! I'm not isolated! I've never been isolated' (Guardian)

Canadian man missing for 30 years remembers real identity (Guardian)

Etch A Sketch sold to Canadian firm after nearly 50 years of US production (Guardian)

Man charged with actress family murders (BBC)

Bataclan survivors prepare for return of Eagles of Death Metal (Guardian)

Tour operators say Zika could be bad for Olympics business (Washington Post - Paywall)

EU finance ministers call for restrictions on 500 note over crime fears (Guardian)

George and Amal Clooney meet with Angela Merkel to discuss 'global problem' of Syria (Daily Express)

Syria ceasefire deal 'will NOT stop Putin bombing moderate rebels' (Daily Express)

CDC Director Tweets Damning Picture Of Literature On Zika Virus Blaming '50 Years Of Neglect' (Huffington Post)

Barack Obama plans EU referendum intervention (Guardian)

Young butcher, 17, who was late for work on his second day stands on a chair outside with a sign saying Honk if you think this is bad' but the internet fails to see the joke (Daily Mail)

Muslim-hating' man pleads guilty after shooting at a mosque following Paris attacks (Daily Express)

Italian officials demand answers after student tortured, killed in Egypt (Fox News)

Somali 'boy' accused of stabbing Swedish social worker to death IS over 18 (Daily Mail)

Long lunch: Spanish civil servant skips work for years without anyone noticing (Guardian)

REAL love bugs! Beetles with heart-shaped leg joints and a 'one-track mind' discovered in Belize just in time for Valentine's Day (Daily Mail)

WHO Issues Zika Travel Advisory for Pregnant Women (Time Magazine)

Zika brain defect link confirmed "soon" (BBC)

Inside This Weeks Magazine: Irelands Abortion Battle, Al-Qaeda in Syria and the BYOB Capitol of the World (Newsweek Magazine)

NYPD officer convicted of manslaughter over shooting of unarmed man video (Guardian)

Spanish civil servant who skipped work for years ordered to repay £21,000 (Guardian)

Two Teen Girls Shot Dead at Arizona High School (Newsweek Magazine)

Student tortured and killed in Egypt given funeral at home in Italy (Reuters)

Syria Ceasefire Agreement Is Met With Skepticism (NBC News)

France's new foreign minister to join Syria talks (Washington Post - Paywall)

Missing Canada man to reunite with family after 30 years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Mexico Prison Riot Leaves Dozens Dead (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Giulio Regeni: funeral in Italy for student found dead in Cairo (Guardian)

Israel says EU relations 'friendly' again after label spat (Fox News)

This is what they found deep under London (CNN)

Iran rules 'decadent' Valentine's Day celebrations a crime (Fox News)

Iran rules decadent ? Valentine's Day celebrations a crime (Washington Post - Paywall)

Climate risks could wreak havoc on financial markets, EU watchdog warns (Guardian)

Unknown DNA found on explosive vest linked to Paris attacks (Washington Post - Paywall)

APNewsBreak: EU is poised to restrict passport-free travel (Washington Post - Paywall)

Arizona shooting: One teenager dead after gunman storms school and opens fire (Daily Star)

World's Strongest Man Mariusz Pudzianowski vows justice on 'human garbage' migrants (Daily Mail)

Pope Francis tries on sombrero during flight to Mexico video (Guardian)

WHO Warns Pregnant Women on Travel to Zika Zones (NBC News)

Popes visit to Mexico controversial, even before arrival (CBS News)

Inside Indonesian moonshine distillery which killed 26 people last week (Daily Mail)

A lot riding on Syria ceasefire deal, but little hope (CBS News)

Man Missing 30 Years Helps Solve His Own Disappearance (NBC News)

Five Police Officers Killed Across Country This Week (NBC News)

Zika Virus Test Is Weeks, Not Years' Away, W.H.O. Says (New York Times - Paywall)

FIFA ethics committee bans former secretary general Jerome Valcke for 12 years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Syria war cessation deal relies on something in short supply: trust (Guardian)

RBS boss supports EU membership (BBC)

Baby's body is found in Grimsby by horrified plumber called in by homeowners (Daily Mail)

Those Valentine's Day flowers might just be from Kenya (Washington Post - Paywall)

Syria ceasefire: What does it mean? (Financial Times - Paywall)

US, Russia and UN say Syria fighting 'cessation' to take effect next week (Fox News)

Families hold memorial service to Taiwan quake victims as death toll rises (Fox News)

APNewsBreak: Documents show EU is poised to restrict passport-free travel for up to 2 years (Washington Post - Paywall)

Caitlyn Jenner SUES fellow driver involved in fatal crash that killed (Daily Mail)

Tory Valentine's Day Cards Are Perfect For The Conservative Party Member In Your Life (Huffington Post)

City in Pakistan bans Valentine's Day celebrations (Fox News)

Pope gets shoe shine on Cuba-bound plane (Reuters)

Nina Paunova found hanged after boyfriend Sam Scott dumped her by text (Daily Mail)

Taxi driver who wanted new life with Jihadi bride found guilty of terror offences (Daily Star)

Mexico's murder capital Mexico City on lockdown for Pope Francis visit (Daily Mail)

PM to make EU reform case in Germany (BBC)

Watch President Obama's Special Valentine's Day Message to Michelle (Time Magazine)

Taxi driver who planned to go to Syria with jihadi bride found guilty of terror offences (Daily Express)

FIFA ethics committee bans Jerome Valcke for 12 years (Fox News)

Missing Canada to reunite with family after 30 years (Fox News)

Cautious welcome for Syria ceasefire deal (Financial Times - Paywall)

Joaquin Garcia didn't turn up for work for six years discovered after long-service award (Daily Mail)

Watch: Real Madrid Star Pepe Appears in Baffling Valentine's Day Umbro Advert (Newsweek Magazine)

World powers agree to 'cessation of hostilities' (CNN)

World Powers Agree to Cease-Fire in Syria (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

See Photos of American Soldiers Courting English Girls During World War II (Time Magazine)

No one believed killed or injured in Istanbul building collapse - governor (Reuters)

Man accused of London shootings plot changes plea to guilty (Guardian)

Joshua Caldwell is jailed for 15 years after police catch him posing with shotgun (Daily Mail)

EU gives Greece deadline on borders (BBC)

Liverpool man who filmed himself attacking his ex's cat spared jail (Daily Mail)

Syria rebels mull joining jihadis (Financial Times - Paywall)

Syria aid could start in 24 hours - UN (BBC)

Donald Trump Hits Out At Pope Over Mexico Visit (Newsweek Magazine)

Assad and Russia's dangerous game will leave Syria riven by sectarian divides | Lina Khatib (Guardian)

EU member states declare that functioning of Schengen borderless areas is at serious risk' (Washington Post - Paywall)

Pakistan Says It Foiled Plot to Free Militant Behind Daniel Pearl's Death (New York Times - Paywall)

Pakistan district bans Valentine's Day (BBC)

Valentine's Day Backlash Is Older Than You Think (Time Magazine)

Baby's body found in drain in Grimsby (Guardian)

Fall in Love With These Vintage Valentine's Day Cards (Time Magazine)

Akhtar Javeed murder case detectives arrest man in the hunt for killers (Daily Mail)

The Independent Newspaper To Cease Publication And Go Digital-Only After 30 Years Of Publication (Huffington Post)

Pope Francis in Mexico: share your photos and stories (Guardian)

Turkish military says killed 27 Kurdish militants in southeast (Reuters)

Japan tsunami five years on: share your experiences and memories (Guardian)

France calls on EU to fight financing of extremist groups (Washington Post - Paywall)

The Latest: Pope signals hope for visits to China, Russia (Fox News)

Thai police say slain Spaniard's DNA found in suspect's home (Washington Post - Paywall)

Machete-Wielding Man Stabs Four in Ohio Restaurant (NBC News)

What to Know About Pope Francis' Historic Meeting (Time Magazine)

Man Illustrates 365 Days Spent With The Woman He Loves (And It's Truly Adorable) (Huffington Post)

New World Record Data Rate Can Download Game of Thrones in One Second (Newsweek Magazine)

EU says functioning borderless area "is at serious risk" (Fox News)

Sister of Canadian man beaten and electrocuted into confessing' to creating a porn website in Iran begs for his release (Daily Mail)

Russian PM warns against foreign ground action in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

Russian PM Warns of New World War if Troops Sent Into Syria (Newsweek Magazine)

Valentines Day Dublin billboard sees woman propose to her boyfriend (Daily Mail)

Pictures Of The Week: These Are The Best Images From Around The World Feb 6 - Feb 12 (Huffington Post)

Cops kill man after machete attack at Ohio deli (CBS News)

EU probes cheap Chinese steel imports (BBC)

How the Virgin of Guadalupe embodied Mexican identity and inspired millions, including Pope Francis (Los Angeles Times)

Zika virus: link with two disorders expected to be confirmed within weeks (Guardian)

Suspected Islamist militants attack Mali U.N. base, several dead (Reuters)

Carter says UAE will put special forces in Syria (Fox News)

Tony Martin who shot dead a teenage burglar Fred Barras will NOT face new charges (Daily Mail)

Guy Throws Raw Eggs At His Mum Every Day (Huffington Post)

Pope to Meet Patriarch: What You Need to Know (NBC News)

Home owner gets revenge after 10 years of drivers parking in her space (Daily Express)

Arrest over warehouse death killing (BBC)

Mali: U.N. Peacekeepers Killed in Mortar Attack on Base (Newsweek Magazine)

El Salvador's Zika crisis compounded by failings of state, violence and machismo (Guardian)

Pope and Russian Orthodox patriarch to hold historic meeting (Guardian)

World powers agree Syria war pause plan (BBC)

The World Health Organization says possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials (Washington Post - Paywall)

Man 'abducted by cone head aliens while walking home from pub' (Daily Star)

Pope in Latin America: what to watch for (Financial Times - Paywall)

Sunderland sack Adam Johnson after winger pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years (Daily Mail)

Partial Syria ceasefire agreed at talks in Munich (Guardian)

South Korea and U.S. Agree to Missile Defense Talks As Seoul Cuts Power to Kaesong Complex (Newsweek Magazine)

Downton Abbey's Brendan Coyle is banned from driving for four years (Daily Mail)

Venezuela says 3 dead from Zika virus complications (CBS News)

'Emmerdale': Tess Harris Killed Off In Drunken Hit And Run, As Nicola Stephenson's Character Makes A Surprise Exit (Huffington Post)

Indonesian city bans VALENTINE'S DAY after mayor declares 'youth should not be celebrating non-Islamic holidays' (Daily Mail)

Valentine's Day gift guide to the most romantic gifts you can buy before the weekend (Daily Mail)

Man missing 30 years remembers identity (BBC)

Alan Clarke found hanged in a rubber fetish suit in the woods by his wife (Daily Mail)

In meeting Pope Francis, patriarch asserts Russia's role (Washington Post - Paywall)

Eurosceptics could join David Cameron's Cabinet after EU referendum (Daily Mail)

Russia warns of 'permanent world war' in furious attack on America (Daily Star)

Star Trek's William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy fell out after years of friendship (Daily Mail)

Madeline Relph and Jourdan Bowen travel the world together taking stunning Instagram pictures (Daily Mail)

3 deaths linked to Zika virus (CNN)

Francis's Visit to Mexico Comes as Country Struggles With Many Ills (New York Times - Paywall)

Ice cycles: the northerly world cities leading the winter bicycle revolution (Guardian)

Abandon Project Fear', In campaign urged: Cabinet minister Chris Grayling condemns fear' tactics used by those campaigning to keep Britain in the EU (Daily Mail)

'Go Hard': Jamaica Turns to Reggae to Fight Zika Virus (NBC News)

VIDEO: 'I'll go to the pub': Valentine's Day views (BBC)

TSE 100 falls to its lowest level in four years after index drops 2.4% (Daily Mail)

Canadian man remembers who he is, solves own cold case (Fox News)

US, Russia and UN agree Syria 'cessation of hostilities' to take effect next week (Fox News)

Sian Blake: man in custody over murder of EastEnders actor and children (Guardian)

The Families of Americans Murdered in Mexico Are Suing HSBC (Time Magazine)

Body of woman, 22, found in parked car three months after she died (Daily Star)

Pub chef scraps foie gras from Valentine's Day menu after staff received death threats (Daily Mail)

Body of tragic 22-year-old woman found in parked car THREE MONTHS after she died (Daily Express)

Body of tragic 22-year-old woman found in parked car after THREE MONTHS (Daily Express)

Death by selfie: It happens (CNN)

David Cameron's EU referendum deal has been 'watered down' by Brussels (Daily Mail)

Kerry: Diplomats agree to Syria cease-fire in a week (CBS News)

World War 3 fears: US to install missile defences after North Korea's satellite launch (Daily Star)

Zika might damage vision (CNN)

Indian prison officer Shankaran suspended after video of him dancing goes viral (Daily Mail)

AP Interview: IOC medical chief seeks to allay Zika fears (Washington Post - Paywall)

Small Plane Crashes Into Gulf of Mexico Off Florida Coast (NBC News)

World War 3? US to install MISSILE DEFENCE system following North Korea's satellite launch (Daily Express)

World Powers Agree to Syria Ceasefire, Kerry Says (NBC News)

Frozen Musical Selects City for World Premiere Before Broadway (Time Magazine)

Drug smuggling charges dropped against 92-year-old Sydney man (Guardian)

Venezuela says 3 dead from Zika complications (Washington Post - Paywall)

How style went out of fashion! A brilliant exhibition on 100 years of Vogue magazine reveals how modern fashion has abandoned elegance for vulgarity and voyeurism (Daily Mail)

Death by meteorite? NASA is skeptical (CBS News)

Diabetes drug found to help beat cocaine addiction (Daily Mail)

U.S. Olympic Committee tries to ease athletes Zika fears (CBS News)

Drug smuggling charge dropped against 92-year-old Sydney man (Washington Post - Paywall)

Britain hopes UN will agree soon on tough NKorea sanctions (Washington Post - Paywall)

John Kerry outlines terms of Syria ceasefire after Munich deal video (Guardian)

Ex-Guantánamo Detainee Is Freed From Moroccan Prison (New York Times - Paywall)

Peace in Syria at last? (CNN)

Ceasefire in Syria agreed as John Kerry announces 'pause' in hostilities (Daily Mail)

U.S., Russia and other powers agree on cessation of hostilities' in Syria (Washington Post - Paywall)

U.S. and Russia Announce Plan for Humanitarian Aid and a Cease-Fire in Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

5 things to know about Pope Francis trip to Mexico (CBS News)

Syria 'cessation of hostilities': full text of the support group's communique (Guardian)

49 dead in riot at Mexico prison (CNN)

Mexico prison riot leaves 49 dead (BBC)

Twelve children killed in attacks by rabid VAMPIRE BATS in Peru (Daily Mail)

Life begins at 65: You've got 20 more years ahead of you (Daily Mail)

WATCH: Shocking moment atrocious vandal URINATES on World War One memorial (Daily Express)

Will Russian Victories in Syria Spark a Regional War? (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

WWII couple reunites after 70 years (CNN)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Friday 12th February 2016 (Huffington Post)

At Least 49 Inmates Killed in Mexican Prison Riot (New York Times - Paywall)

Syria ceasefire 'within a week' agreed at Munich talks live (Guardian)

NYPD Cop Found Guilty of Manslaughter in Gurley Killing (NBC News)

Dad says he found out about daughters death on TV (CBS News)

2nd pregnant Australian woman tests positive for Zika virus (Washington Post - Paywall)

Donald Trump Criticizes Pope Francis For Mexico Border Visit (Time Magazine)

World powers agree swift Syria ceasefire (Financial Times - Paywall)

NYPD Officer Peter Liang Found Guilty of Manslaughter in Death of Akai Gurley (Newsweek Magazine)

Behind the Lines podcast: the day our opinion editor was groped by a stranger at dinner (Guardian)

Turkish president threatens to send millions of Syrian refugees to EU (Guardian)

Major powers agree on plan to break Syria deadlock (Reuters)

New York City Cop Guilty of Manslaughter for Shooting Man in Stairwell (Time Magazine)

BREAKING: World leaders agree Syria cessation of violence' but ISIS will still be bombed (Daily Star)

Manchester man URINATES on a cenotaph which commemorates fallen British soldiers (Daily Mail)

Major Powers Agree on Plan to Break Syria Deadlock (Newsweek Magazine)

World powers announce plans to implement ceasefire in Syria (Los Angeles Times)

Kerry: Diplomats agree to implement cessation of hostilities ? in Syria, aim to start in a week's time (Washington Post - Paywall)

Turkey blasts UN calls to take in more migrants and threaten to send millions into the EU (Daily Mail)

Diplomats Agree to Temporary Syria Cease-Fire (Time Magazine)

World leaders agree Syria cessation of violence' but ISIS will still be BOMBED (Daily Express)

Deadly gang riot in Mexican prison; 49 dead amid clashes and flames (Washington Post - Paywall)

Brazil says a third adult has died of Zika (Washington Post - Paywall)

Diplomats in Munich agree to Syria cease-fire in a week (Fox News)

Mexican inmates' kin seek answers after deadly prison riot in Monterrey (Los Angeles Times)

Uncertainty at Syria talks as Russia backs government advance (Reuters)

Pregnant woman in Victoria diagnosed with Zika virus after overseas travel (Guardian)

Drug Cartel Battle Kills 49 in Mexican Prison (Newsweek Magazine)

Cliven Bundy, Father of Rancher Resistance, Faces Prison (NBC News)

VIDEO: Why Pope and Patriarch meeting matters (BBC)

Arrest in case of U.S. nanny found dead in Austria (CBS News)

5 indicted in NYC gas explosion that killed 2 (CBS News)

Human and gorilla ancestors split 10 million years ago in Africa, fossils show (Daily Mail)

Brits shun a fancy meal for Valentine's Day and head to B&Q for some DIY S&M (Daily Star)

Cousin of 'terror twins' faces jail for helping friends travel to Syria to join ISIS (Daily Mail)

British Airways customer told she can't get a full refund unless she is DEAD (Daily Mail)

Mark Dixie wrongly jailed for rape is freed after TWELVE YEARS (Daily Mail)

3 killed in attack on customs post in central Mali (Washington Post - Paywall)

Tiger gets mauled to death at zoo (CNN)

At least 2 dead in Greek helicopter crash (Washington Post - Paywall)

Did the Zika Virus Cost This Woman Her Baby? (NBC News)

Feds accuse prison guards of taking bribes, drug trafficking (CBS News)

U.S. and Russia at odds, again, on all fronts, in Syria (CBS News)

Two Syrian 'people smugglers' go on trial over the death of Aylan Kurdi (Daily Mail)

Are unique fossils found at South Africa's 'cradle of life' a new human ancestor? (Daily Mail)

Pope to visit Mexican state hit by narco-violence: 'You are living your little piece of war' (Los Angeles Times)

Gunfire that killed Calif. baby likely aimed at dad (CBS News)

Former Auschwitz guard, 94, met by Holocaust survivors on first day of trial (Daily Express)

On the eve of Pope Francis' arrival in Mexico, not everybody is so welcoming (Los Angeles Times)

Jeremy Kyle shocked by couple who found sperm donor on FACEBOOK (Daily Mail)

Obama, Netanyahu may agree defence deal in Washington next month, envoy says (Reuters)

'All or Nothing': Kerry Wants Immediate Ceasefire in Syria (NBC News)

Scores killed in prison brawl and blaze in Mexico (CBS News)

Channel 5's Paul Connolly on life inside Poland's Piotrkow Prison (Daily Mail)

Plumber makes horror discovery of dead baby while 'unblocking' garden drain (Daily Star)

Brazil, University of Texas to Work on Zika Vaccine (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Six Killed in Shooting Rampage in Saudi Arabia (New York Times - Paywall)

Peckham teaching assistant who killed his unborn baby is sentenced to life (Daily Mail)

ISIS toddler Isa Dare's grandfather is evicted a day after grandson killed 4 spies (Daily Mail)

Rescued Great Dane weighs as much as a moped and eats TWO POUNDS of food a day (Daily Mail)

EU accused of anti-US bias in tax probe (Financial Times - Paywall)

Black hole 21 BILLION times the mass of the sun is found at heart of Coma Cluster (Daily Mail)

Suspect in Shooting of Fargo Cop Found Dead (NBC News)

Longest-surviving heart transplant patient dies THREE decades after being given five years (Daily Express)

Putin 'would see EU exit as weakness' (BBC)

AP appoints Zeina Karam news director for Lebanon and Syria (Fox News)

Anti-depressant prescriptions surge by more than 10 million in just four years (Daily Express)

Royal Air Force officer who flew with Churchill during Second World War dies aged 97 (Daily Express)

Saudi Arabia teacher shoots dead 6 colleagues (Daily Mail)

Sweden arrests man on suspicion of preparing terror crimes (Fox News)

Spain May Ask EU to Relax Deficit Target (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

EU official defends failing bank rules (Financial Times - Paywall)

Uganda 2016: How Dead Dictator Idi Amin Could Affect the Election (Newsweek Magazine)

Single mother of four Tina Rayson jumped to her death from Blackburn bridge (Daily Mail)

Indian father is convinced he is PREGNANT after having sex with another man (Daily Mail)

Richard Cole's family demand answers over death in Amsterdam (Daily Mail)

State TV: Teacher Shoots Dead 6 Colleagues in Saudi Arabia (New York Times - Paywall)

Baby girl conceived on Valentine's Day is born with a HEART-shaped birthmark (Daily Mail)

White van man on the phone with his foot up on the dashboard while travelling at 70mph (Daily Mail)

South Pacific island cult worship the spirit of an American World War II soldier (Daily Mail)

Toxic chemicals found in beached whales (BBC)

Five years on, Tahrir Square activists look back at Egypt's revolution: 'Maybe we were naive' (Los Angeles Times)

Pope urged to allow contraception (Financial Times - Paywall)

France minibus crash leaves six children dead in head-on truck collision (Daily Mail)

Pope Francis on Ash Wednesday: "Be more sensitive" (CBS News)

Feb. 11th, 1990: Nelson Mandela released from prison (CBS News)

Syria talks at make-or-break point as humanitarian disaster widens (Los Angeles Times)

The Zika virus is just the latest challenge facing the Rio Olympics (Los Angeles Times)

China box office: $100 million in a day on lunar new year breaks record (Los Angeles Times)

Passengers killed in Germany train crash (Channel4)

Former murder capital of Mexico presents sunnier image for pope (Los Angeles Times)

Syrian army gains in north and south; two rebel-held towns agree to cease-fire (Los Angeles Times)

Fighting mosquitoes with mosquitoes: Biological weapons target Zika virus (Los Angeles Times)