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Venus Williams has announced via her Facebook page that she will not be participating in Wimbledon this year, due to an existing back injury.
"Unfortunately, I will not be able to participate in Wimbledon this year. I am extremely disappointed as I have always loved The Championships, but I need to take time to let my back heal.
"I look forward to returning to the courts as soon as possible, with my goal being to return to Mylan World Team Tennis on July 8th in Washington DC.
"Many thanks to my fans for the love and support and I will be seeing you very soon back on the courts."
Susie Hargreaves, who heads the Internet Watch Foundation, has said that everyone at today's meeting has signed up to a "zero tolerance approach" in relation to removal of online child abuse images.
Prime Minister David Cameron had an outdoor swim this morning ahead of tough G8 summit talks at Lough Erne in Northern Ireland.
Responding to a question about reports that he taken the early morning dip, he said: "As for how to prepare for a hard day's negotiations, I can recommend a swim in the Lough.
"That's what I did. I have the photographic evidence but I'm not going to share it with any of you.
"It certainly wakes you up in the morning and gets you going for a hard day of chairing these meetings", he added.
Mr Cameron is known to be a keen outdoor swimmer and is patron of the Chipping Norton lido in his Oxfordshire constituency.
Two teenagers have died in an apparent suicide pact after being hit by a train in Borehamwood in Hertfordshire. Their headteacher tonight described them as talented, hard-working and respected members of Hertswood Academy.
A friend said "Instead of dwelling on what just happened, we should be happy we were blessed enough to have known [either of] them." This report is from Tom Barton.
Huawei has given the world its first glimpse of the company's newest smartphone, as it sets its sights on a market dominated by Apple and Samsung. The device is just 6.18mm thick, making it the slimmest in the world. To tie in with its dimensions Huawei has picked a launch date of 6/18 (June 18).
The company was the fourth-largest maker of smartphones in the first quarter of 2013. The top two, Apple and Samsung, sold more than 100 million units between them, while LG sold 10 million and Huawei 9 million, most of which were in its native China.
After two days of talks in Northern Ireland, G8 leaders endorsed a plan to restart peace talks in Geneva "as soon as possible".
Despite Russia's support of President Assad's regime - it along with the UK, US, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan - made a commitment "to achieving a political solution to the crisis based on a vision for a united, inclusive and democratic Syria".
ITV News' Political Editor Tom Bradby reports.