BBC news with Fiona MacDonald.
Donald Trump says he will keep parts of president Obama's Affordable Care Act despite pledging to abolish it during the election campaign. The US president elect announced the change of policy in his first major interview since his victoryon Tuesday. The billionaire businessman also said he would not take his presidential salary. Mr. Trump has put his vice president elect Mike Pence incharge of the team overseeing the transition. It includes the former housespeaker Newt Gingrich and Rudy Giuliani who is mayor of the NewYork during the September 11’s attacks. Three of Mr. Trump's children are joiningthe transition team.
Tens of thousands of police officers in riot gear have been deployed in the South Korean capital Seoul to control an anti-government protest today. Protesters are demanding the resignation of President Park Geun-hye over her friendship with a woman accused of trying to extort money from South Koreancompanies.
England and Scotland have played a world cup qualifier wearing poppy emblems indefiance of a ban on political gestures by world football's governing body FIFA.Both teams worn them to commemorate the Remembrance Day in honor of military personnel killed in wars.
An explosion has struck the background airbase in Afghanistan, the largest US military installation in the country. The local district governor said at least three people had been killed and 15 wounded.
Talks in resolving the political crisis in Venezuela have resumed in thecapital Caracas, the left wing president Nicolas Maduro is meeting opposition leaders to try to stabilize the country badly hit by food shortages. Mr. Madurois refusing to bow to demands for a recall referendum.
And an unusual bug on the social media website Facebook has briefly labelledmany people as dead, one point the message appeared on the co-founder Mark Zuckerberg’sprofile. BBC news.