Rail chaos continues as Network Rail struggles to contain burst water main at Farringdon
Transport for London turns property developer in a bid to generate revenue without raising fares
Union bosses open ballot for 24-hour Tube strike in protest at the dismissal of 'victimised' driver
Cancellation of some Southern services adds to disruption caused by London Bridge redevelopment
Find out if your route is impacted by today's bus strike in London, which is affecting 18 companies
British Airways jet hit 745mph on what may have been the quickest transatlantic crossing since Concorde
Some online theorists believe AirAsia crash was predicted last year, others say plane was shot down
Airline says the passenger will not be fined for the dangerous mistake as he was not acting maliciously
RAC suggests petrol prices could drop below the £1 mark as the cost of oil keeps tumbling
Train travellers can expect disruption as engineering work closes some of the busiest lines and stations
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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