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Prosecutors have been detailing allegations of abuse by the parents of 13 children rescued by police from their home in California.
David and Louise Turpin have pleaded not guilty to torture, child abuse and false imprisonment.
A fierce storm that wreaked havoc across parts of Western Europe on Thursday has now crossed to Poland.
Winds from storm Friederike reached up to more than 200 kilometres an hour.
At least eight people are thought to have been killed.
Scientists in the US are close to a major breakthrough in detecting cancer
after trials for a new universal blood test managed to fight eight common forms of the disease.
Overall, the tests found 70 percent of the cancers.
Researchers say more work is needed to verify its accuracy.
And New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that she's pregnant.
She and her partner Clarke Gayford are expecting their child in the summer, making her one of very few heads of government to give birth in office.