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A 28-year-old man is arrested after a gun was fired near the Seven Kings Masjid in east London.
Plans to expand the 2022 World Cup to 48 teams are abandoned by football's world governing body Fifa.
Senior minister Andrea Leadsom says she no longer believes the government's approach will deliver Brexit.
The Queen visited a replica of the first Sainsbury's shop to mark the chain's 150th anniversary.
In a non-binding vote, the General Assembly demands the UK give the islands back to Mauritius.
John Letts and Sally Lane deny funding terrorism after their son Jack Letts travelled to Syria.
Mr Trump rules out any bipartisan co-operation until the Democrats call off "phoney investigations".
Up to 520 jobs are in jeopardy under Sir Philip Green's deal to cut rents and revitalise the business.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says his future should not be decided by the Europa League final - saying if that was the case "I want to go immediately".
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Ian Clowes wanted to stop his ex-wife from owning their former marital home, a court heard.
Eight years after a similar scandal, the BBC went undercover to investigate complaints of patients being bullied and mistreated.
Undercover BBC filming shows staff swearing, mocking and taunting patients with learning disabilities.
Former England director of cricket Andrew Strauss says it has been a "long five months" since his wife Ruth died from a rare lung cancer in December.
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Carole Hussey only discovered the 17th Century ornament was valuable thanks to the Antiques Roadshow.
Leicester head coach Geordan Murphy is charged with verbally abusing match officials in Tigers' final game of the season against Bath.
London Olympic swimming champion Ruta Meilutyte announces her retirement from the sport at just 22 after missing three drugs tests.
Kenneth Noye was jailed for life for the murder of Stephen Cameron on a slip road of the M25 in Kent.
Calling the former vice-president a "fool of low IQ" is part of North Korea's propaganda strategy.