BBC News. I'm John Shea. The Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has promised to take revenge on Armenia for a missile attack that killed 13 civilians in the city of Ganja. In a televised address, Mr. Aliyev called the missile strike a war crime. He said Azeri forces had recaptured Fizuli, a city held by Armenia for nearly three decades. Rayhan Demytrie reports. Pictures from the scene showed a large area covered in debris with rescue workers recovering bodies from the rubble. Azerbaijan says three missiles were fired from the territory of the Republic of Armenia in the early hours of Saturday. Two of them were shot down by air defenses, but one landed in a residential area in the city of Ganja, destroying several houses. Armenia denies firing from its territory and reported that Azerbaijan had resumed shelling of the two main cities in the disputed Nagorno Karabakh region early on Saturday.
With more than half the votes counted in New Zealand's general election, the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is heading for a resounding victory. Her center-left Labour Party has almost 50% of the vote, well ahead of its main rival the National Party. Here's Shaimaa Khalil. It was never really a question of whether or not Jacinda Ardern and the Labour Party were going to win. It was really how they're going to win by what margin, if they were going to secure 61 seats or more. And it looks like that's what they're doing now. It's still very early within the election night, but it's looking pretty good for the prime minister and her party at the moment, possibly on their way to securing a majority government without having to form a coalition.
Nine people are being questioned in France in connection with the beheading of a history teacher in a Paris suburb. They include the family members of the suspect, an 18-year-old Russian man of Chechen origin, who was shot dead by police. Police believe he attacked the teacher because he shown pupils cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Hugh Schofield in Paris says President Macron now has another challenge on his hands. He has been quite forthright about Islamism and he's recently spoken of a law which is gonna be past soon, in which more measures are taken to eradicate what he sees as the sort of no-go areas of the Republic, places where Islamist communities are beginning to take root. To fight back on behalf of the republic, everyone approves of that. But I think a lot of people will be thinking we've been through this kind of rhetoric before, the same words were uttered after the original Charlie Hebdo attack about how we would all stand together. Favor of freedom of speech, in fact, there was not at all. In fact, we've given ground. You can't talk about the cartoons and you certainly can't show the cartoons any more or you risk this. Hugh Schofield in Paris. This is the latest world news from the BBC.
1.Pictures from the scene showed a large area covered in debris with rescue workers recovering bodies from the rubble.
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2.To fight back on behalf of the republic, everyone approves of that.
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3.But I think a lot of people will be thinking we've been through this kind of rhetoric before, the same words were uttered after the original Charlie Hebdo attack about how we would all stand together.
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Let us stand together, fight together and win together.