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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.
The storms that hit the UK this winter caused the greatest loss of trees since 1987 but the damage could have been worse, the National Trust said.
Over 50 National Trust sites have been surveyed with, with many gardeners, rangers and foresters saying that the losses have been the greatest in two decades although other sites had little damage.
Extreme weather is likely to become more frequent as the climate changes and there is a need to plan what trees to grow and where to make woodlands more resilient to the changes, National Trust nature and wildlife specialist Matthew Oates said.
The trust said nowhere had been as devastated as it was in 1987 or 1990 but some sites had lost hundreds of trees including valued ancient specimens.
Many trees were uprooted and blown over rather than snapped off, due to the saturated ground conditions.
Network Rail need to approach the safety risks caused by level crossings with "much more urgency", the head of the transport select committee has said.
Louise Ellman told Daybreak some level crossings could be closed, while "others can be changed" if Network Rail prioritised the necessary changes.
A British Airways plane had to turn back to Heathrow Airport after experiencing engine problems on take-off.
BA said the aircraft, an Airbus A319 bound for Lyon in France had "an engine surge" and landed safely at Heathrow following the incident at around 9pm last night.
A BA spokesman said, "A flight experienced what's known as an 'engine surge' as it took off from Heathrow, but it returned and touched down safely.
"We have also scheduled a larger aircraft to operate to Lyon to ensure we can get all our customers there as soon as possible. We can understand how frustrating the delay to their plans must be."