Topic: Top stories of the day
* A doctor from the German city of Heidelberg, who had been treating Egyptian ex-president Hosni Mubarak, has received letters with murder threats if he continues to treat the ousted leader, Egypt's Almasry Alyoum newspaper quoted Mubarak's lawyer, Farid al-Deeb, as saying
* The British parliament will be recalled from summer recess on Thursday over riots that have spread across the country, Prime Minister David Cameron announced as the first fatality occurred in the disturbances
* Oil giant BP has filed a suit with a Stockholm tribunal against Renova, one of its partners in its TNK-BP Russian joint venture, over Renova's unwillingness to allow it to team up with local giant Rosneft, Kommersant business daily said
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