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Chris Froome: TUE system ‘open to abuse’ and athletes must take responsibility

Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome says the TUE system is "open to abuse" and athletes must not "push the boundaries of the rules". Source: BBC

Evans pays tribute to Sir Terry Wogan at memorial service

Chris Evans pays tribute to Sir Terry Wogan at a celebratory memorial service. Source: BBC

Paris agrees plan to open experimental nudist zone

Paris city councillors agree to open an experimental nudist area in the French capital, as early as next summer. Source: BBC

Smiler crash: Alton Towers operator Merlin fined £5m

Alton Towers operator Merlin Attractions is fined £5m over the Smiler rollercoaster crash. Source: BBC

Wales tuition fee shake-up proposed

Loans should replace tuition fee grants and there should be more help with living costs for all Welsh students, a major review of university finance says. Source: BBC

Man, 78, held over 1965 murder of schoolgirl Elsie Frost

A man in his 70s has been arrested on suspicion of murdering schoolgirl Elsie Frost in Wakefield more than 50 years ago. Source: BBC

Decision to drop Cliff Richard case upheld by CPS

The decision not to prosecute Sir Cliff Richard over claims of historical sex offences is upheld by the Crown Prosecution Service. Source: BBC

Football’s third-party ownership rule explained

What is third-party ownership and why is it banned in football? Source: BBC

Key moments from the US presidential debate

Here are the key moments from the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Source: BBC

Stop-and-frisk: ‘Form of racial profiling’

The stop-and-frisk policy features as a big area of dispute in the first US presidential debate. Source: BBC

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Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe vows to stay on despite army pressure

Robert Mugabe defies his own party and army in a TV speech by clinging on to Zimbabwe's presidency. Source: BBC

‘No others involved’ in Gaia Pope’s death

Dorset Police say the teenager's death is being treated as "unexplained". Source: BBC

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