1. Paris explosion: Seven critically injured after blast
- At least 16 people have been injured after a large explosion in central Paris.
- The blast took place in a building next to the Val de Grace church in Rue Saint-Jacques in the fifth arrondissement of the French capital.
- A building next to the church was engulfed by flames and much of it appears to have collapsed.

2. Honduras prison violence: Dozens killed in women's jail riot
- At least 46 women have been killed in a riot at a women's prison in Honduras on Tuesday.
- It is understood that a fight broke out between rival gangs, after which one gang set a cell alight.
- Officials say most of those who died were killed in the fire but others were shot, stabbed or beaten to death.

3. Amazon accused of tricking prime customers
- The US has accused Amazon of tricking customers into signing up for automatically renewing Prime subscriptions and making it difficult to cancel.
- The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the country's consumer rights watchdog, made the claims in a lawsuit.
- More than 200 million people globally subscribe to Prime, a subscription to Amazon that offers shipping perks, access to streaming movies and more.
1. Paris explosion: Seven critically injured after blast
- At least 16 people have been injured after a large explosion in central Paris.
- The blast took place in a building next to the Val de Grace church in Rue Saint-Jacques in the fifth arrondissement of the French capital.
- A building next to the church was engulfed by flames and much of it appears to have collapsed.

2. Honduras prison violence: Dozens killed in women's jail riot
- At least 46 women have been killed in a riot at a women's prison in Honduras on Tuesday.
- It is understood that a fight broke out between rival gangs, after which one gang set a cell alight.
- Officials say most of those who died were killed in the fire but others were shot, stabbed or beaten to death.

3. Amazon accused of tricking prime customers
- The US has accused Amazon of tricking customers into signing up for automatically renewing Prime subscriptions and making it difficult to cancel.
- The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the country's consumer rights watchdog, made the claims in a lawsuit.
- More than 200 million people globally subscribe to Prime, a subscription to Amazon that offers shipping perks, access to streaming movies and more.

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