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MI5 Made Emwazi Feel Like 'A Dead Man Walking'

The Londoner identified as "Jihadi John" told a journalist in 2010 that harassment by British security services had made him fear he was a "dead man walking", it has been revealed.

Coalition Row Over Radical Campus Preachers

The Conservative Party chairman has revealed there is a "difference of opinion" among the Coalition over guidance to be issued to universities for controversial speakers being allowed on campus.

CCTV Appears To Show Missing London Girls

CCTV footage has emerged appearing to show the three teenage girls who are thought to have joined Islamic State in Syria.

Thousands March To Remember Slain Putin Critic

Thousands of opposition supporters will march through Moscow today in memory of Russia's former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov, who was a fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin.

Man With Baby Stabs Police Officer In Head

A police officer has been stabbed in the head while confronting a man who had grabbed hold of a baby.

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A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.

Sri Lanka Batter England In Wellington

Joe Root becoming the youngest Englishman to score a World Cup hundred was overshadowed by Sri Lanka’s thumping nine-wicket victory in Wellington.

Frampton Stops Gutsy Avalos In The Fifth

Carl Frampton breezed through his first world-title defence in brutal fashion.

Referee Defends Brown Sending-Off

Referee Roger East has told match officials' body PGMOL it was not a case of mistaken identity when he sent off Sunderland's Wes Brown at Manchester United.

Hamilton Flies In Barcelona Test

World champion Lewis Hamilton signed off from pre-season testing with the fastest time on Day Three in Barcelona as Mercedes provided more conclusive evidence that their W06 has a significant pace edge over the field.

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Shatner Can't Attend Leonard Nimoy's Funeral

William Shatner has said he feels "really awful" he will be unable to attend Sunday's funeral of fellow Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy, who died on Friday aged 83.

Leonard Nimoy: Spock Actor's Poignant Tweets

Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy's final tweets were full of fond reflection on a remarkable life as his mortal voyage neared its end.

Lupita Nyong'o's Oscars Gown Returned By Thief

The stolen dress worn by Lupita Nyong'o to the Oscars has been returned by the thief - after they realised that the 6,000 pearls studded into the gown were fake.

Harrison Ford Confirmed For Blade Runner Return

Harrison Ford is to return as Rick Deckard in a sequel to Ridley Scott's dystopian 1982 Blade Runner classic.

Johansson: Travolta Was Not Creepy At Oscars

Scarlett Johansson has defended John Travolta's touchy-feely greeting on the Oscars red carpet - saying it was a "totally sweet and totally welcome" encounter.

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Customers 'Duped' By Energy Switching Deals

Energy price comparison websites have been "duping" customers into switching to deals that are not the cheapest on the market and should pay them compensation, a group of MPs have said.

First-Time Buyers 'Get 20% Discount On Homes'

First-time buyers aged under-40 will be given the chance to buy a starter home at a 20% discount under a new Government scheme.

Unions Protest As East Coast Line Goes Private

Rail unions are planning to stage protests along the East Coast Main Line later - marking the day before the route is re-privatised by the Government.

TPG Eyes Discount Frenzy With Poundworld Deal

One of the world's biggest buyout firms is in advanced talks to buy Poundworld in a deal that would underline the frenzy surrounding Britain's discount retail sector.

Canadian Funds In Talks Over £2.8bn O2 Stake

Two of Canada's largest pension funds are in talks about acquiring a multibillion pound stake in the company that is expected to become the UK's biggest mobile communications provider.

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'What Colour Is This Dress?' Debate Swamps Web

A picture of a two-tone dress has gone viral after it prompted a fierce debate over whether it was white and gold - or blue and black.

Llama Drama As Animals Run Wild On Streets

Two runaway llamas caused a stir on the streets around a retirement complex in Arizona before being captured and returned to their owners.

Zombie Walk Hit-And-Run Driver Faces Charge

A man who seriously injured a woman when he ploughed his car through a crowd at a zombie walk in San Diego, California, is facing a felony charge, prosecutors say.

Police Appeal To Solve Toronto Tunnel Mystery

Police in Toronto are appealing for help to solve the mystery of a tunnel found near a sports centre at the city's York University.

Mysterious Drones Over Paris For Second Night

Unidentified drones have been spotted in the skies above Paris for a second night as authorities seek to determine whether the aircraft pose a security threat.

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Thousands March To Remember Slain Putin Critic

Thousands of opposition supporters will march through Moscow today in memory of Russia's former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov, who was a fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin.

Prince William To Tackle China Wildlife Trade

Prince William arrives in Beijing on Sunday for the first visit to China of a senior British royal in three decades.

William's China Visit: List Of Dos and Don'ts

In preparation for his Asian tour, Prince William is bound to have sat down with British diplomats for a series of briefings; a chance for him to get up-to-speed on Britain's relations with Japan and China.

MI5 Made Emwazi Feel Like 'A Dead Man Walking'

The Londoner identified as "Jihadi John" told a journalist in 2010 that harassment by British security services had made him fear he was a "dead man walking", it has been revealed.

'Toxic Environment' At Emwazi's University

A former student at Mohammed Emwazi's London university has told Sky News it allowed a toxic environment of radical Islam, where holy war was glorified behind closed doors.

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