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Usain Bolt has met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The six-time Olympic champion, who received a bagpipe welcome upon his arrival in Glasgow, tweeted that he was "meeting with royals".
Former Formula 1 boss Max Mosley is to sue internet giant Google for continuing to publish images of him at a sex party.
Mosley, the youngest son of former fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley, is seeking to stop Google from gathering and publishing the pictures that first featured in the now-defunct News of the World.
The 74-year-old won £60,000 in privacy damages from the newspaper in 2008 after the High Court ruled the party was not Nazi themed and the article was not in the public interest.
He has now issued High Court proceedings against Google Inc and Google UK Limited for misuse of private information and breaches of the Data Protection Act, through his lawyers Payne Hicks Beach.
Announcing the action he said: "Google should operate within the law rather than according to rules it makes itself. It cannot be allowed to ignore judgments in our courts."
His lawyers Payne Hicks Beach added that the proceedings follow "extensive attempts to persuade Google to resolve the matter outside the courts".
A former music teacher at a prestigious school in Manchester has been charged with rape.
Malcolm Layfield, who taught at Chetham's School of Music, is accused of one count of rape on an 18-year-old woman in 1992.
The 62-year-old has also previously taught at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM).
The alleged victim is believed to be a former pupil at one of the music schools.
Layfield has been charged following an ongoing investigation, titled Operation Kiso, into historic sexual abuse at Chetham's and RNCM.
The families of victims of the MH17 air disaster have arrived at Downing Street to meet with Prime Minister David Cameron.
Among them is Barry Sweeney, father of victim Liam Sweeney, who earlier told ITV News he was hoping today's meeting would lead to some concrete action.
At least 100 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli air strikes and shelling today, a Palestinian health official claimed.
The Palestinian death toll in more than three weeks of unrest has surpassed 1,100, Ashraf al-Kidra added.
Israel has said 53 of its soldiers and two civilians have died in total.
Team England have won gold in the men's gymnastics team final at the Commonwealth Games.
Louis Smith, Max Whitlock, Nile Wilson, Sam Oldham and Kristian Thomas helped scored 266.804 over two days to secure England's first team competition final since 2002.
The team had to cope without Oldham in the final stages after he suffered an ankle injury following a fall from the vault.
Scotland are poised to land silver in the event - their first ever team gymnastics medal.
The result will be confirmed after this evening's final session.
Russia has repeated that Ukrainian forces fired across the border into Russian territory with assault rifles and grenade launchers.
"We officially demand Kiev stop firing at the sovereign territory of the Russian Federation," the foreign ministry said in a statement.
Kiev has denied firing into Russian territory.
The two million young Brits who cannot afford to move out of home have been dubbed the "Peter Pan generation who are being forced to be young forever."
ITV News reporter Charlotte Grant has this report:
Expect much more in the way of cloud in the coming few hours, which will sink its way through England and Wales.
That will produce a few spots of drizzly rain, but not amounting to too much.
Further north, through parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland, blustery showers are expected on off - likely to keep it feeling quite cool and fresh.
Highs of 26C (79F) or 27C (81F) are expected.