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Hello, this is the BBC news with Fiona MacDonald.

President Trump says he's been completely exonerated by the special counsel Robert Mueller's report, which says there's no evidence his campaign team colluded with Russia over the 2016 election. The president said the inquiry was part of a failed effort to take him down. Jon Sopel reports from Washington.

The cloud of the Mueller inquiry that has hung over this presidency for 22 months has parted. On collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, the verdict was there had been none. On obstruction of justice, Mr. Mueller was more ambiguous, saying while this report doesn't conclude that the president committed a crime, it also doesn't exonerate him. Democrats think there are many more questions to answer under demanding to see the full Mueller report, not just the four-page summary provided by the Trump appointed attorney general.

Israeli police say a rocket fire from the Palestinian administered Gaza strip has hit a house in central Israel. So far, no one has said they carried out the attack. From Jerusalem. Yolande Knell has this report.

According to Israeli emergency services, the house caught on fire after it was hit by the rocket, several members of one family were injured. This is the furthest rocket has reached in Israel since the 2014 conflict with Hamas militants in Gaza. The launch took place as Egyptian security officials were in Gaza to try to negotiate a longer term ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. The delegation had just arrived, the last time rockets were fired at Tel Aviv when nobody was hurt. The Israeli military then attacked some one hundred targets in Gaza.

The number of people known to have contracted Ebola in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has for the first time exceeded one thousand. This confirms that the current outbreak is the second largest ever recorded. More than six hundred people have died since last August. New cases have increased sharply over the past week.
Two students from a Florida high school where seventeen people were shot dead last year have killed themselves within a week of each other. The family of Sydney Aiello, who died last week, said she had been treated for post traumatic stress disorder caused by the shootings. The name of another student, a boy who's also taken his own life hasn't been made public.

The heir to the British throne, Prince Charles has begun the first official visit to Cuba by a member of the royal family since Fidel Castro led the revolution in 1959. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla laid a wreath of flowers at the memorial of the Cuban independence hero Jose Marti in Revolution Square. The British government wants to boost trade with Cuba.

BBC News.


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