BBC News Gambia crisis: Senegal sends in troops to back elected leader 2017-01-19T23:20:29.000000Z Troops cross the border as Adama Barrow is sworn in to replace Yahya Jammeh, who refuses to resign. Drug lord Guzman extradited to US 2017-01-19T22:59:37.000000Z Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman could face the death penalty if convicted of drug offences in the US. Chelsea Manning thanks Obama for prison release 2017-01-19T22:55:34.000000Z Chelsea Manning says thanks "for giving me a chance" after the president commutes sentence for leaking. US frisbee team captures frozen lake crossing 2017-01-19T22:50:49.000000Z A US youth frisbee team used a mobile phone to film a frisbee crossing a frozen lake in the wind. Here's what happened. Trump hints New York Jets owner Woody Johnson will be US envoy to UK 2017-01-19T22:44:29.000000Z The scion of the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical giant has known the president-elect for years. Saudi Arabia crash: Six Britons killed and four injured 2017-01-19T22:34:39.000000Z It is understood the victims, including a newborn baby, had been on a pilgrimage to Mecca. Masters 2017: Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Neil Robertson, Fu beats Allen 2017-01-19T21:29:02.000000Z Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Neil Robertson 6-3 to reach the semi-finals of the Masters at Alexandra Palace. Waterloo and Westminster Bridges shut over 'WWII device' 2017-01-19T21:27:10.000000Z The device has been dredged up from the river and is being investigated by police. Rigopiano hotel avalanche: Italian rescuers find no sign of life 2017-01-19T21:20:26.000000Z Fears grow for some 30 people buried under snow and debris at a hotel, with two deaths confirmed. Putin spokesman denies US election hack 2017-01-19T20:55:31.000000Z President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman denies any Russian government involvement in hacking to influence the 2017 US election result.