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ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo is tweeting from the courtroom in Pretoria where Oscar Pistorius is standing trial for murder.
Samantha Taylor called as witness. Former girlfriend of Oscar Pistorius.
Her evidence will not be on camera
She says they started dating in 2011 when she was 17
Russia's upper house of parliament speaker said there will be no war between his country and Ukraine.
– Valentina Matviyenko, Russia's upper house of parliament speaker
It's complete nonsense, it absolutely does not reflect our intentions, the feelings of empathy and the pain we feel for the Ukrainian people.
Valentina Matviyenko added that Crimea's parliament has the right to hold a referendum on the region's future status.
The chief executive of Network Rail, Mark Carne, has made an "unreserved apology to those who have been let down" by the authority's failings in managing the risks of level crossings.
Speaking on Daybreak, Mr Carne also apologised for the behaviour of Network Rail in dealing with the bereaved.
In response, Chris Bazlinton - father of Olivia Bazlinton, who died at a level crossing in 2005 - said he was "encouraged" by the comments and would be holding Network Rail to account.
Mr Bazlinton added: "I think the future is bright. I think this report will lead to much safer railways."
Dr Johan Stipp, a neighbour of Oscar Pistorius who yesterday recalled attempting to save the life of Reeva Steenkamp, is being cross examined by defence lawyer Barry Roux.
Stipp heard screams following his second attempt to alert security
The former Russia Today anchor woman who resigned live on air said she made her decision after the "propagandist nature" of the state sponsored TV network "came out it in full force, like I have never seen it before".
Liz Wahl said bosses' decision to cut the words "Russian intervention" from an interview with a former US Congressman led her to resign.
Former Birmingham City Football Club chairman Carson Yeung has been sentenced to six years in jail for laundering £55 million following a high-profile trial.
The 54-year-old was found guilty by a Hong Kong court on Monday of five counts of money-laundering. He had denied the charges.
The businessman told the court he had amassed his wealth through hairdressing, share trading, property purchases, gambling in the world's casino hub of Macau and otherinvestments.
The former hair stylist to Hong Kong's rich and famous laundered the money between January 2001 and December 2007 through five bank accounts, the court found.