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Asleep at wheel driver jailed for three years over death

A student who fell asleep at the wheel of a car after a night of partying is jailed for three years after he admitted killing another driver. Source: BBC

London fire: Death toll rises to 17

The figure could rise further, police say, as fire crews try to make the building safe so they can search it. Source: BBC

Paris Champs Elysees attack gunman named as Karim Cheurfi

The Paris prosecutor says a note defending so-called Islamic State was found near his body. Source: BBC

General election 2017: Labour promises pay rises for NHS staff

The party says it wants to tackle workforce shortages that it says are risking patient safety. Source: BBC

Trump ‘asked FBI to halt Flynn inquiry’

The White House denies the president ever asked the former FBI chief to halt the investigation. Source: BBC

Grenfell firefighters ‘hampered by equipment’

Firefighters describe low water pressure, radio problems and a 30-minute wait for a high ladder. Source: BBC

Jo Cox murder trial: ‘Nazi material’ found at accused’s home

Nazi-related material was found at the home of the man accused of killing MP Jo Cox, a court hears. Source: BBC

Europe heatwave sparks health warnings as temperatures soar

Countries issue health warnings amid the continent's hottest weather in more than a decade. Source: BBC

NHS cyber-attack was ‘launched from North Korea’

The Lazarus group - who targeted Sony Pictures in 2014 - believed to have been behind NHS cyber-attack. Source: BBC

Mass migrant rescue in Mediterranean waters

The Italian coastguard has co-ordinated the rescue of more than 6,055 migrants in one of the biggest operations in a single day. Source: BBC

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Trump stance on Charlottesville violence angers Republicans

Leading Republicans reject Mr Trump's view that "both sides" were to blame for Saturday's violence. Source: BBC

Birmingham bin strike called off

Acas said it had been agreed certain posts would be kept and bin collections could now resume. Source: BBC

¿A quién cita Barack Obama en el tuit con más “me gusta” en la...

El expresidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, escribió tres mensajes el domingo para pronunciarse sobre los disturbios entre supremacistas blancos y opositores que ocurrieron en Charlottesville, Virginia, y que dejó un fallecido y al menos 19 heridos. El martes uno de sus tuits se convirtió en el más gustado en la historia de la red social. Fuente: bbcmundo.com