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British diplomat Rebecca Dykes found 'strangled' in Lebanon
Police in Lebanon have launched an investigation after a British embassy worker was found strangled by the side of a road.
Shock win as Mo Farah wins Sports Personality of Year award
Sir Mo Farah has beaten the odds to win Sports Personality of the Year.
'Harrowing' multi-vehicle crash leaves six dead in Birmingham
Six people have been killed and another critically injured in a "very harrowing" crash in Birmingham.
Labour confusion over second EU referendum as Remain support grows
Labour frontbenchers have sparked fresh confusion over the party's Brexit position by offering contrasting views on whether they could back a second EU referendum.
Student accused of rape: 'I've spent two years living in fear'
Liam Allan was accused of rape. However, the case against him collapsed and was thrown out of court after it emerged that a detective had failed to hand over text messages on the accuser's phone - seriously undermining the case.
Memorial unveiled to the deadliest war disaster kept secret for decades
Official secrets, a government cover-up and an attempt to avoid blame.
Woman 'mauled to death by own dogs' in grisly attack in US
A woman has been mauled to death by her own dogs, say authorities in Virginia, who described it as "absolutely grisly" attack.
Putin thanks Trump for helping to foil terror attack plot
President Putin has thanked Donald Trump for the US's help in foiling a plot to attack the city of Saint Petersburg.
Two police officers seriously injured after being hit by Maserati
Two police officers have been seriously injured after they were struck by a Maserati sports car while walking back to their patrol car.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told to keep out of Catalonia crisis
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been told to keep out of Catalonia's separatist crisis.