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Man held as car crashes outside Parliament
Several people have been injured and much of Westminster is in lockdown, as emergency services respond.

Watch: Armed police swoop on crash site
Officers responded after a vehicle crashed into security barriers at 07:37.

Omarosa: The secretly recorded audio tapes
The former Trump adviser has released what she says is a tape of a phone call from the US president.

Venezuela crisis: Maduro to curb fuel subsidies
Venezuela's president says prices must rise to stop fuel smugglers cheating the country of millions.

Vaping 'can damage vital immune system cells'
E-cigarette vapour disables important immune cells in the lung and boosts inflammation.

Vienna ranked as most liveable city in the world
It's the first time a European city has topped the rankings of the Economist Intelligence Unit survey.

New Mexico compound boy 'died during ritual ceremony'
The boy's remains were found in a New Mexico site where 11 starving children were rescued.

Rainbow trout renamed salmon in China
A move to let rainbow trout be labelled as salmon after a food scandal causes a splash in China.

Aretha Franklin said to be 'seriously ill'
A source close to the singer confirms reports that the 76-year old soul star is gravely unwell.

India rejects patent plea for 'immoral' sex toy
The patent office said Indian law has never engaged positively with the notion of sexual pleasure.

Jeremy Corbyn 'wreath laying' attacked by Israeli PM
The Labour leader says Benjamin Netanyahu's claims about his "words and actions are false".

Premier League: 10 of 20 clubs could have made profits in 2016-17 without fans at games
BBC Sport looks at how profitable Premier League clubs are thanks to TV money and how important fans are to club finances outside the top flight.

US pushes back on foreign takeover deals
The US has strengthened its power to review and block business deals, with an eye to China.

WWE wrestler Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart dies aged 63
The 63-year-old was tag team partner with his brother-in-law Bret Hart. His daughter is also a wrestler.

Paris baulks at 'horrible' eco-friendly public urinals
Residents react with dismay to the newly-installed, and fully exposed, eco-friendly urinals.

Fukushima child statue: Residents complain about radiation suit
For angry Fukushima residents, the statue gives the impression of a city still contaminated.

Uganda's food waste warrior aims to help farmers
Engineer Lawrence Okettayot has come up with a food dehydrator that could tackle the world's food waste crisis.

The farmers using sewage to make saris
As groundwater supplies dwindle in rural India, farmers turn to wastewater to grow crops like mulberry, which is used to make silk.

Race against time for dogs in wildfires
Police rescued 60 cats and dogs from an animal shelter threatened by a wildfire.

Going plastic-free with kids: Tips to reduce your dependence
Blogger Mamalina gives five tips on reducing your plastic dependence if you have young children.

Working mums: 'We're too tough on ourselves'
We ask three women about the challenges of being a working mum.

Waiting list for avocado trees amid NZ crime wave
Nurseries struggle to keep up with demand as organised crime blamed for flourishing black market in the fruit.

Schwarzenegger message helps inspire struggling fans
Arnold Schwarzenegger replied to a depressed man looking for motivation to go to the gym and started a conversation about depression.

In pictures: World Architecture Festival 2018 shortlist
A research centre in Riyadh, a village lounge in rural China and a mosque without a minaret in Iran are among the projects shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival Awards 2018.

Natural Cycles: Do pregnancy prevention apps work?
There's a debate in Sweden over their reliability after women reported unwanted pregnancies.

The dos and don'ts of the Situation Room
An insider?s guide to the Situation Room rules - and why violations of the security protocol matter.

'I took on my abusive boss and won'
Domestic workers are a key part of many South African homes, but many face abuse and extremely low wages.

'Grannies' on a mission to the US-Mexico border
The group travelled to the US-Mexico border to show their outrage against Trump immigration policies.

How electric vehicles are moving into the fast lane
From battery-powered trucks to Formula E racing cars, electric vehicles are going mainstream around the world.

Why Brexit is getting laughs at the Edinburgh Fringe
The Edinburgh festival known for its comedy is finding plenty of humour in the political hot potato.

How China's ire put global spotlight on Hong Kong activist Andy Chan
A lunchtime talk from local separatist Andy Chan has drawn Beijing's anger - and worldwide attention.

Handmaid's Tale: Was it right to take the series beyond the book?
How difficult is it to take a show like The Handmaid's Tale or Game of Thrones beyond the author's original creation?

The travel boss who refuses to do online sales
How Jen Atkinson managed to transform the fortunes of holiday business Inspiring Travel Company.

Letter from Africa: Heroes and villains of Nigeria's parliament siege
Scenes resembling a coup Nigeria have left many scratching their heads.

Raheem Sterling: Manchester City winger is targeted by racism, says Ian Wright
Criticism of Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling is motivated by racism, says ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright.

Video apparently shows Mo Salah using a phone while driving
The club said it told police about the footage 'and the circumstances surrounding it's capture'.

Cincinnati Masters: Andy Murray out in first round after Lucas Pouille defeat
Andy Murray said he needs to improve by "10, 15%" to turn defeats like his first-round loss to Lucas Pouille in Cincinnati into victories.

England v India: James Anderson could play for another three or four years - Trevor Bayliss
England pace bowler James Anderson, 36, could play for another "three or four years", says head coach Trevor Bayliss.

David de Gea: Manchester United confident goalkeeper will sign new deal
Manchester United are confident David de Gea will sign a new long-term contract to stay at Old Trafford.

Tottenham delay move to new stadium over 'safety issues'
Tottenham delay the opening of their new stadium because of "issues with the critical safety systems".

Jakarta, the fastest-sinking city in the world
With frequent floods, sinking markets and engulfed homes, by 2050 parts of Jakarta will be underwater.

Charlottesville remembered: 'A battle for the soul of America'
Last summer the far-right descended on Charlottesville. We revisited that weekend with those involved.

How smallpox claimed its final victim
How did British medical worker Janet Parker become the world's last victim of smallpox?

The troubled 29-year-old helped to die by Dutch doctors
In January Aurelia Brouwers drank poison supplied by a doctor and lay down to die. She was 29.

Barcelona attack: The jihadists and the hunt for a second gang
The gang behind the August 2017 attacks had contact with other jihadists, including in France.

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