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Henrik Olsson Lilja is reportedly shot in the head and chest, leaving him in a serious condition.
The new measures will include an early warning system for use during elections, the BBC says.
Almost half of UK firms have done no risk assessment on Brexit, finds the British Chambers of Commerce.
Tai chi for older adults and exercise for pregnant women are recommended in new official guidance.
The front pages focus on Boris Johnson pondering his next steps after a tough week in Parliament.
China says its Confucius Institute is for language and culture, but critics say it has other aims.
The UK volcanologist John Murray has painstakingly measured Mt Etna for half a century.
France has announced measures to tackle violence, but how does it compare with the rest of Europe?
The cult drama, about life on an estate in east London, is back - six years after it was cancelled.
Anneka Rice, Michelle Visage, David James, Alex Scott and Saffron Barker are among the contestants.
Jim's dad Dave Chorley and his friend secretly made hundreds of crop circles at night during the 70s and 80s.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
He's a Jewish billionaire philanthropist who has given away $32bn. Why does the hard right fear him?
Black women in Britain are five times more likely to die as a result of complications in pregnancy than white women, according to a study.
Mugabe is a hero to some, but his legacy has been tainted by oppression and economic collapse.
Peru's president says "goodwill alone is not enough anymore," as a regional agreement is reached.
Head coach Steve Clarke says it is "up to me to find the solution" for Scotland's underwhelming performances after Russia dealt a grave blow to their Euro 2020 qualification hopes.