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Kindertransport refugee remembers Sir Nicholas Winton

One of the 669 children saved by Sir Nicholas Winton has praised him as a "wonderful human being".

Susanne Redas was 15 when she boarded one of the trains leaving Czechoslovakia for the UK thanked the man who saved her and hundreds others from certain death in the gas chambers of the Holocaust.

She spoke to ITV News correspondent Nina Nannar about his legacy.

Wimbledon evacuated due to electrical fire

Emergency services at Wimbledon. Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Wimbledon has been evacuated after the close of play this evening due to an electrical fire.

An announcement was made over the public address system at Centre Court requesting that anyone remaining inside the building should immediately leave.

A further announcement was made requesting that anyone on the tea lawn between Gates 4 and 5 should also evacuate.

There was no obvious indication of a fire inside Centre Court.

Emergency services at Wimbledon. Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Minutes later, everyone within the All England Club grounds were ordered to leave immediately, with security staff conducting a swift evacuation.


Eurogroup to await Greece referendum result to rule on loan

Euro zone finance ministers will only look at Greece's request for a fresh bailout loan in light of a referendum on Sunday over a previous offer by creditors, its chairman has warned.

The referendum over austerity will be held on Sunday Credit: Reuters

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Dutch Finance Minister who chairs the Eurogroup, wrote to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to inform him of the decision.

It comes after ministers held a conference call earlier this evening, in which they decided not to resume talks until after the referendum.

Tsipras has called on voters to reject the previous offer.

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Water explodes from burst main on residential street

Here's an easy way to keep cool. Water from what appears to be a burst main on Southcroft Road, Tooting is shooting into the air, leaving part of a residential street under water.

Thames Water says it's investigating the source of the leak and engineers have been sent to the scene.

Video from Samuel Osodi


Watson condemns Twitter trolls as 'cowards'

Heather Watson has branded online trolls "cowards" for levelling death threats against her on Twitter, ahead of a likely Wimbledon meeting with Serena Williams.

Heather Watson said the trolls 'had no life' Credit: PA Wire

The 23-year-old said abuse online had become a "usual occurrence" and she was often targeted by gamblers who had lost money on her matches.

After her second round win over Daniela Huntuchova , Watson said she no longer checks whether she is being abused online because it happened so regularly in the past.

"It's become such a usual occurrence that it doesn't really mean much to me,'' she said.

"Those people, they've got no life. They're just kind of cowards thinking they can say whatever they want on the Internet. They don't understand that we're just people at the end of the day."

Appeal to find 5-year-old girl missing in Birmingham

Credit: West Midlands Police

West Midlands Police have appealed for help in finding a five-year-old girl who disappeared today.

Shante Edwards from Edgbaston in Birmingham became separated from her mother on Wednesday evening and has not been seen since.

She is described as black with black hair tied back in a bun, and is wearing a knee length green and white-checked school dress.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.

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