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X-ray cameras to be used on Grand Tour stages and classic races this season to prevent riders hiding motors in their bikes.
The Israeli military formally admits the strike for the first time as documents are declassified.
Scotland bowler Safyaan Sharif claims the wicket of Chris Gayle with the first ball of their World Cup qualifying match in Harare.
Unions are poised to back a deal which could see a million staff get 6% average increases over three years.
Dr Aleksandr Kogan says he is "stunned" by allegations made against him by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.
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Your morning briefing for 21 March 2018.
The world's last male northern white rhino has died, age 45, leaving the species "functionally extinct". What could be next?
Rebuilding Sarajevo after the Bosnian war through a multi-faith choir.
The winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Open competition are announced.
Texas police believe this is unrelated to recent package bombs in the area that killed two people.
The Sex and the City star kicked off her gubernatorial bid in one of New York's most deprived areas.
A longer transition period after Brexit may be needed to guarantee security co-operation, MPs say.
People had complained that children would copy the pose and harm themselves or their pets.
The actor at the centre of the storyline "can't stress the importance" of why it needs to be aired.
But there are opportunities to cash in on the "ocean economy", a major report for the UK government says.
A report suggests that 90% of people eligible are failing to claim National Insurance Credits.
About 70% of companies have still not revealed the difference in what they pay male and female employees.
As Syrian government forces bombard rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a mother of eight shares her experiences.
Belgians are opening their homes to migrants on their way to the UK.