Elijah Wood and Sir Peter Jackson star in Air New Zealand's Middle Earth-themed in-flight safety video
The driverless Audi RS7 hit speeds of 149mph as it completed a lap of the Hockenheim racing track
Campaigners say idea 'teeters perilously close to victim-blaming', but minister says she wouldn't rule it out
MPs criticise swift sale of Eurostar overseen by same bank that 'botched' the Royal Mail sell-off
Modern vehicles will bring air-cooling to the underground – but could also run without drivers
Proposed river route would relieve congestion and save cyclists 30 minutes on their commute, say developers
The Central Line resumed its service after being suspended for more than three hours
Campaign is intended to raise safety awareness, but campaigners say it shifts responsibility to women
Hair straighteners triggered security alert that closed Luton Airport for four hours
Boris Johnson's plan for island airport in Thames Estuary is a 'huge leap in the dark', says commission
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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