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Carl Pistorius, the brother of South African athlete and murder accused Oscar, has been badly hurt in a car crash, his family say.
Gatwick have said they "expect nothing to go wrong" with baggage handling as it prepares to receive almost 300,000 travellers this weekend. Theo Leggett reports
Two police forces will develop an app to record and send witness statements from remote areas after Home Office funding.
Two American tourists charged with "anti-state" crimes in North Korea have appealed for the US government to help secure their release.
An explosion at a factory in eastern China has killed at least 65 people and left scores injured, according to Chinese state media.
Nato needs to rethink its long-term relationship with Russia following its "illegal" actions in Ukraine, Prime Minister David Cameron warns.
A massive landslide on a river near the Nepalese capital Kathmandu buries dozens of homes, with four people so far confirmed dead.
The collapse of a ceasefire in Gaza makes front-page news for several papers, while others focus on West Africa's Ebola outbreak.
An online campaign for a baby with Down's Syndrome left with his surrogate Thai mother by an Australian couple raises more than £70,000.
The Foreign Office says operations at the British embassy in Tripoli are to be temporarily suspended as violence worsens in Libya.
Tunisia has closed its main border crossing with Libya after thousands of stranded Egyptian and other foreign nationals tried to break through.