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CCTV shows 'postcode rivalry' murder gang with sword and knives
CCTV footage has emerged showing a gang brandishing weapons including a machete and a sword on the night they murdered a teenager in a "postcode rivalry" attack.
Two children charged with manslaughter after boy hit by car
Two children have been charged with manslaughter after an alleged altercation with another youngster who was struck by a car and killed.
Anthony Joshua prepares to fight Andy Ruiz Jr in rematch
Anthony Joshua will be looking to regain his heavyweight world title belts and avoid another defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr when the pair go head-to-head on the outskirts of Riyadh tonight.
Wonky the 'unicorn-horned' rabbit looks for new home for Christmas
Like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, Wonky the lop-eared rabbit is hoping his unusual physical trait will help him find a loving family this Christmas.
Riot police fire tear gas to break up protests in Paris
Tear gas has been fired by riot police in Paris to break up protests that have brought parts of the French capital to a standstill.
Marine life 'thrown into disarray' as oceans lose oxygen
The next 10 years are crucial to combat declining ocean oxygen levels which are threatening sealife and could "jeopardise humankind", experts have warned.
Friends star who played Rachel Green's father dies
Award-winning actor Ron Leibman, a star of stage and screen perhaps best known for playing the father of Rachel Green in Friends, has died aged 82.
Girl, 15, charged after opera star Katherine Jenkins mugged
A 15-year-old girl has been charged with robbery and assault after opera singer Katherine Jenkins was mugged as she went to the aid of an elderly woman.
Weinstein 'breached bail conditions by mishandling electronic tag'
Harvey Weinstein breached his bail conditions by mishandling an electronic tag which had been fitted to monitor his whereabouts, a New York prosecutor has argued.