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Police have made almost 120 arrests in relation to disruption at the Grand National horse race after animal rights activists delayed the start by storming the track.
The race was eventually won by Corach Rambler, ridden by Derek Fox.
At least three people have been killed in Sudan in heavy fighting between the army and paramilitary forces in the capital Khartoum.
The doctors' union has called on humanitarian organizations to provide medical assistance to the injured.
The British government is banning the construction of new so-called smart motorways, which use measures such as variable speed limits to improve traffic flows.
14 stretches have been paused or canceled.
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