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A man fires on passengers in a tram in the city of Utrecht, injuring several people, police say.
Claire Colebourn tried to take her own life after murdering her daughter but was revived by paramedics.
Payment processor WorldPay, once part of RBS bank, is sold to Fidelity National Information Services.
Southampton's James Ward-Prowse joins the England squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro.
The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
More than 150 people have died as the tropical storm swept across Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Severe disruption on Paris-to-London services continues on another day of industrial action.
Harmonie-Rose Allen, five, was cheered by crowds as she crossed the finish line in Bath.
The "UK's largest" bronze sculpture, the 7m (23ft) tall "Messenger", arrives in Plymouth on a barge.
JD Sports is making a cash offer of £90.1m to acquire rival retailer Footasylum.
Boris Johnson says it would be "absurd" to vote again on the PM's Brexit plan before further EU talks.
Sebastian Vettel says his new Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc will push him hard throughout this season.
The whale that washed up in the Philippines had ingested 16 rice sacks and "multiple" shopping bags.
Their report says the money should be used to fund research into the health impact of social media.
Your morning briefing for 18 March 2019.
Foreign Office officials fed information to journalists during the Cold War, newly released files show.
The budget hotel chain plans to open 100 new hotels over the next five years, creating 3,000 new jobs.
River McNutt explains how drag helps her to express the male and female sides of her personality.
Watch six great tries, one from from each side, from the 2019 Six Nations including efforts from Josh Adams, Jacob Stockdale, Sam Johnson and Manu Tuilagi.
Ex-Towie star Mario Falcone says reality TV producers have to provide more aftercare to contestants.