Feuzi Zabaat was working nearby when he caught a two-year-old girl as she fell out of a window.
A witness tells the Old Bailey from behind a screen how an argument between two passengers escalated.
A BBC News team set up a fake takeaway restaurant on Uber Eats and started selling burgers.
A passenger plane makes a "precautionary landing" in London due to a bomb threat, Air India says.
The country's foreign minister says Japanese firms are worried about the "negative impact" of a no-deal.
Chancellor Merkel trembles at an event in Berlin - as she did eight days ago at another ceremony.
Taro Kono says Japanese firms in the UK would be threatened by a no-deal Brexit.
A Fermanagh woman speaks for the first time about how her brothers were shot dead in the 1980s.
The mother of a man who drowned trying to cross into the US recalls the moment he left on his journey.
There is "every suggestion" HPV vaccination will lead to a fall in cervical cancers, say scientists .
Regulators uncover a new issue with the doomed aircraft that could delay its return to service.
Ten candidates are about to square off in America's biggest political debate in years.
A charity says it shows "transphobia is everywhere", while police say more hate crimes are being reported.
Hundreds of child asylum seekers are waiting years for an initial decision on their asylum claim.
Boris Johnson wants a points system for immigrants and Jeremy Hunt would scrap some tuition fee debts.
Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic hit their highest June temperatures on record on Wednesday.
A bid to send humanitarian aid to America's southern border has failed in the Republican-led Senate.
Chris Williamson was suspended after saying the party had been "too apologetic" over allegations.
Hundreds of takeaways with poor hygiene ratings were listed on Just Eat and Deliveroo, the BBC finds.
Lee Pomeroy suffered 18 knife wounds in an assault lasting little more than 25 seconds, a court hears.