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Friday's newspapers focus on the the identity of the assailant behind the Westminster terror attack.
Footage obtained by the Sun shows Theresa May being hurried to safety during Wednesday's attack.
Khalid Masood is identified as the man who carried out the attack, as the death toll rises to five.
England used to be "like a rugby" team but have a brighter future because they "play more football now", says ex-Germany forward Lukas Podolski.
Repealing and replacing Obamacare was a major plank of Donald Trump's election campaign.
Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.
An aid group finds two capsized boats capable of carrying 100 migrants each, and only five bodies.
David Haye is called before boxing authorities to explain his behaviour in the build-up to his bout with Tony Bellew.
The people of London and visitors to the city come together to remember the people who lost their lives.
Carli Lloyd scores her first goal for Manchester City Women as they beat Fortuna Hjorring in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.
Tony Davis was the first person to reach PC Keith Palmer, who lost his life in the London attack.
Thousands of mourners hear Gerry Adams claim Martin McGuinness was "not a terrorist" but a "freedom fighter".
A man is arrested in the Belgian city of Antwerp on suspicion of driving at a crowd, police say.
His family described the 48-year-old as a "wonderful dad and husband, a loving son, brother and uncle".
Huge chalk drawings containing messages of peace and hope appear on the ground in Trafalgar Square.
Former Everton manager and current Belgium boss Roberto Martinez believes striker Romelu Lukaku has the potential to become "the best number nine in world football".
The home secretary warns against pointing any "finger of blame" after the London attack.
The 28-year-old future president wrote about the dictator after touring his mountain retreat.
Syria faced Uzbekistan in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and BBC Sport's Richard Conway was there.
The frames that fell on Amanda Telfer were left unrestrained against a wall in Mayfair.