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A 52-year-old man was killed after being hit by a car in Leytonstone, east London.
The nation has been facing a backlash after introducing the strict new rules last month.
Jofra Archer could give England a "different dynamic" if chosen for the World Cup, according to James Anderson.
Arsenal's hopes of a top-four Premier League finish are all but over after the lacklustre hosts were held by Brighton at Emirates Stadium.
The new king took part in the second of three days of ceremonial rites in Thailand.
Great Britain's Chris Lawless of Team Ineos wins the Tour de Yorkshire after a superb ride on the final stage from Halifax to Leeds.
England efficiently chase 174 to beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the Twenty20 international, on a day when Jofra Archer again impressed.
An Aeroflot plane makes an emergency landing at Moscow airport after a fire breaks out.
Chelsea boost their chances of securing Champions League football with victory over Watford to move up to third in the Premier League.
Manchester United's top-four hopes come to an end in disappointing fashion as they are held to a draw at relegated Huddersfield.
Adam Sky, 42, was involved in a fatal accident while trying to help an injured friend in Bali.
Watch the bizarre moment David Willey's foot falls through the pitch as the England left-armer runs into bowl.
Belfast City Marathon organisers admit Sunday's course was 0.3 miles longer than it should have been.
A couple were spotted apparently posing for a wedding shot right on the cliff edge at Birling Gap.
A 17-year-old boy remains in custody on suspicion of murdering Year 12 student Ellie Gould.
World record officials are reviewing a nurse's marathon record attempt "as a priority".
The grave where some of Joseph Merrick's remains were buried has been traced, an author claims.
A number of Edinburgh's city centre streets are closed to traffic in an attempt to reduce air pollution.
The feline fashionista dodged models on the runway of a Christian Dior event in Marrakesh.
More than £5m in lost taxes is recovered from hundreds of breeders selling dogs on the black market.