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Blood donors 'pass on hepatitis E'  (28 July 07:47 am) 
Around 1,200 people each year are infected with hepatitis E through donated blood in England, a large study shows.
Fist bumps 'cleaner than handshakes'  (28 July 07:47 am) 
Scientists at Aberystwyth University in Wales have shown that more bacteria are transferred by shaking hands, than by fist-bumping or high-fiving.
WW1 remembrance database launched  (28 July 06:46 am) 
The Royal British Legion starts an online campaign to gather tributes to every Commonwealth serviceman and woman who died in World War One.
Passport workers set to strike  (28 July 06:32 am) 
Thousands of passport workers are due to strike later over staffing and pay, with the government saying it could threaten people\'s holidays.
A new bus service has been launched in Hong Kong for pet lovers.
Both the Times and the Sun lead with stories about overstretched services in the NHS, and the Mail says Britons are being fleeced by rogue parking firms..
VIDEO: The facts about global travel  (28 July 05:47 am) 
BBC News looks at the facts about global travel.
No place to hide for children of war  (28 July 04:48 am) 
Lyse Doucet on the plight of children in Syria and Gaza
Labour pledge on domestic violence  (28 July 04:47 am) 
A future Labour government would ban the use of community resolutions in domestic violence cases, shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper is to announce.
RAC urges parking funds transparency  (28 July 04:47 am) 
Councils should show where they are spending the money they raise on parking fees as motorists see higher charges, says the RAC.
'Community banks' to avert debt trap  (28 July 04:47 am) 
The best credit unions should be empowered to offer short-term loans that are cheaper than those offered by payday lenders, according to a report from a think tank.
Bidding starts for fracking licences  (28 July 04:47 am) 
The bidding process for UK licences to explore for shale gas will begin later, the government announces.
More Games buses pledged after delays  (28 July 02:47 am) 
Glasgow 2014 organisers promise a review to avoid spectator delays that marred the first day of athletics at Hampden Park.
Cyclist Pritchard proposes after race  (28 July 01:47 am) 
Team Scotland cyclist Chris Pritchard proposed to his girlfriend after finishing his Commonwealth Games race - and she said yes.
MH17 military mission 'unrealistic'  (28 July 01:47 am) 
Sending an international military mission to secure the crash site of MH17 in eastern Ukraine would be \"unrealistic\", Dutch PM Mark Rutte says.
Scottish cyclist Chris Pritchard adds a touch of romance to the end of the track cycling programme, proposing to his partner Amanda Ball in the stands.
'Nerve centre for appetite control'  (27 July 11:49 pm) 
Scientists have found a key cluster of nerve cells that can stop food consumption, according to research in mice.
The largest flotilla ever to sail up the River Clyde arrives in Glasgow to celebrate the Commonwealth Games.
More than 500 homes and about 1,200 residents have been evacuated in an area east of the California state capital Sacramento due to a wildfire.
Hamas ceasefire in Gaza stalls  (27 July 09:47 pm) 
Hours after Hamas announces a ceasefire in Gaza, Palestinian militants resume firing rockets into Israel and Israel rejects the pause.
Seventeen hurt in car 'cruising'  (27 July 06:48 pm) 
Seventeen people are taken to hospital after a car ploughs into a crowd during a car \'cruising\' event in Plymouth.
Giants sail away in river boat exit  (27 July 06:48 pm) 
A giant marionette show commemorating World War One has drawn to a close as the giants sail away down the River Mersey.
Profit warnings 'at three-year high'  (27 July 06:48 pm) 
Profit warnings from UK companies have hit a three-year high despite the continuing recovery in the wider economy, a report finds.
Leave Libya now, Britons advised  (27 July 06:49 pm) 
British people in Libya should leave the country immediately because of growing instability there, the Foreign Office says.
Dutch cancel MH17 crash site visit  (27 July 04:49 pm) 
Dutch experts cancel plans to head to the site of the crashed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, citing security concerns.