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BBC news for Hampshire

Missing Portsmouth bin kittens found after appeal

The kittens were spotted in communal bins that were being emptied into a waste compactor.

Woman charged with Andover pensioner killing

Malcolm Cox, 84, was discovered with a "laceration to the back of his head", police said.

Waterlooville shooting inquiry leads to eight more arrests

Victim Jamie Sibley suffered a "life-changing" head injury in the attack.

Gosport charity bus destroyed in 'arson attack'

The vehicle was being transformed into a sensory bus for children with ADHD and autism.

Live BBC World News

Saudi women to be allowed driving licences

King Salman has issued an order allowing women to be given driving licences, state media say.

Iraqi Kurds must give up on independence or go hungry - Erdogan

Turkey's leader says it is considering sanctions after Monday's independence referendum.

Uganda MPs brawl during presidential age-limit debate

MPs scuffled and threw chairs over a motion that could let President Museveni run again in 2021.

Trump: NFL anthem kneeling protesters 'disgraceful'

The US president says football league protesters are disrespecting American service personnel.

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