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'Hero' officer who swapped with French supermarket hostage dies
A French policeman who took the place of a hostage during a terror attack at a supermarket has died of his injuries.
Sacked Owen Smith: Majority of Labour members want second Brexit vote
Owen Smith has told Sky News he was sacked from the shadow cabinet for voicing views on Brexit that are shared by the "overwhelming majority" of Labour members.
Data row firm Cambridge Analytica's offices raided after court order
Eighteen enforcement officers spent the night searching Cambridge Analytica's London office after the High Court granted a warrant.
Apple proposes 13 new emojis to represent people with disabilities
Apple has proposed a set of new emoji to provide better representation of people with disabilities.
Justin Bieber involved in LA car crash
Justin Bieber was involved in a car accident in LA when a Range Rover smashed into the back of his Mercedes-Benz.
Chinese sailors rescued 50 hours after dredger capsizes off Malaysian coast
Two Chinese sailors have been rescued more than 50 hours after their sand dredger capsized off Malaysia's southern coast.
CCTV shows men smashing through patio door in 'terrifying' burglary
CCTV has been released of a gang breaking into a house in a terrifying burglary where they dragged around the family's children and squirted an 81-year-old in the face with liquid.
Russia nerve agent row may be turning England fans off
Political tensions between the UK and Russia after the Salisbury nerve agent attack could force some England football fans to alter their travel plans for this summer's FIFA World Cup.
'Dear Los Angeles, you're welcome': Zlatan Ibrahimovic joins LA Galaxy
Los Angeles Galaxy have confirmed the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic - with the Swedish striker taking out a full-page ad in a newspaper telling the city: "You're welcome."
'It wasn't Russia': Ambassador writes letter to Salisbury officer Nick Bailey
Russia's ambassador has written to the police officer treated in hospital after the Salisbury attack, wishing him a "full recovery" and assuring him Russia had "nothing to do with this reckless incident".