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Wednesday's newspapers are dominated by the terror attack in Westminster and Ben Stokes being cleared of affray.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos tells Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp "some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years - I'm not sure he can say the same".
Chris Grayling asks the industry to use a lower inflation measure for future fare and wage increases.
Cries are reportedly heard from the debris of the road bridge collapse, which left at least 26 dead.
Watch a sensational finish to Sussex Sharks' victory over Glamorgan as Tymal Mills takes a hat-trick and the visitors lose five wickets for just one run to spectacularly collapse for 88 all out.
The Trump campaign says she broke a 2016 confidentiality agreement - as her tell-all book tour goes on.
A grand jury report found top Pennsylvania Catholic officials covered up child sex abuse for 70 years.
The court heard the flight from Stansted to Gran Canaria was diverted and the couple removed from the plane.
Celtic are out of the Champions League after AEK Athens secure an aggregate win to progress to the play-off round.
England's Ben Stokes has "suffered enough punishment" and should not face further suspensions, according to former captain Michael Vaughan.
A ball hit over the boundary missed a BBC presenter's head by inches as he reported on a cricket game.
A Bridge Too Far, The Social Network and other films that fell foul of the people who inspired them.
Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says his old self is "never to be seen again in history" as he prepares to face Francesco Pianeta on Saturday.
Spanish two-time world champion Fernando Alonso announces he is to retire from Formula 1 at the end of the season.
The star's Mini Cooper, which she sang about in her hit American Life, has been listed on the used car website.
Adele has posted an Instagram message supporting her best friend who's recovering from postpartum psychosis.
The Edinburgh festival known for its comedy is finding plenty of humour in the political hot potato.
Domestic workers are a key part of many South African homes, but many face abuse and extremely low wages.
Has a 23-year-old engineering student come up with an invention that could tackle food waste problems?
From battery-powered trucks to Formula E racing cars, electric vehicles are going mainstream around the world.
The group travelled to the US-Mexico border to show their outrage against Trump immigration policies.
An insider’s guide to the Situation Room rules - and why violations of the security protocol matter.
Moss Side in Manchester once had the nickname "gunchester", but that's just a small part of its history.
With frequent floods, sinking markets and engulfed homes, by 2050 parts of Jakarta will be underwater.
Last summer the far-right descended on Charlottesville. We revisited that weekend with those involved.
Anna came to London from Romania in 2011 intending to study, but she was snatched off the street, flown to Ireland and sold for sex.