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Son Hunted After Family Stabbed To Death

Armed police are hunting for a 21-year-old man suspected of stabbing to death three members of his family in Oxfordshire.

EU Migrants Banned From Vote On Europe

David Cameron has signalled he will not be deflected from his EU referendum plans by setting out the rules that will dictate who is eligible to vote, and committing to a breakneck schedule of diplomacy to ensure his plans for significant reform in Brussels are enacted swiftly.

'Beautiful Mind' Mathematician John Nash Killed

Nobel Prize winner John Nash and his wife Alicia have died in a taxi crash in New Jersey.

Two British Men Drown At Malta Beauty Spot

Two British men have drowned while swimming at a beauty spot in Malta, the Foreign Office has confirmed.

Flash Floods Turn Deadly In Oklahoma And Texas

Massive flash flooding caused by record rainfall in Oklahoma and Texas has swept away hundreds of homes, forced over 2,000 people to flee and left at least two people dead.

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Magpies Beat West Ham To Stay Up

Jonas Gutierrez was the hero as Newcastle United secured their Premier League status with a 2-0 win over West Ham United at St James’ Park.

'Mistake' Robs Hamilton Of GP Win

Nico Rosberg won the Monaco GP for the third successive year but only after an inexplicable Mercedes "mistake" cost race-long leader Lewis Hamilton a certain victory.

DeGale Adds World Title To Olympic Gold

James DeGale defeated Andre Dirrell to become the first British Olympic boxing gold medallist to win a professional world title.

Didier Drogba Plays Last Match For Chelsea

Didier Drogba has announced that Chelsea'S Premier League game against Sunderland will be his last as a Blues player.

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Migrant Drama Scoops Cannes' Top Prize

Migrant drama Dheepan has taken the Palme d'Or, the top award at the Cannes film festival in France.

Sweden Victorious At Eurovision Song Contest

Sweden has won the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest while the UK managed to avoid "nul points" - just.

'Beautiful Mind' Mathematician John Nash Killed

Nobel Prize winner John Nash and his wife Alicia have died in a taxi crash in New Jersey.

Snoop Has 'No Regrets' Over Old Sexist Lyrics

Snoop Dogg, who was once accused of promoting misogyny by chat show queen Oprah Winfrey, has told Sky News his attitude towards women has changed.

Grange Hill's Benny Green Dies Aged 50

Tributes have been paid to Grange Hill actor Terry Sue-Patt, who was found dead at his home aged 50.

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Email Blunder Reveals Bank's 'Brexit' Risks Probe

A secret Bank of England project to examine the economic risks of the UK quitting the EU in the referendum has been revealed after an email was accidentally sent to a journalist.

New Look Chairman Mason Quits After £2bn Deal

Paul Mason, the retail veteran who chairs New Look, is to step down from his role at the fashion retailer following its £2bn takeover by a South African investment vehicle.

Buyout Firms Circle Fresh Food Giant Bakkavor

Some of Europe's biggest private equity firms are circling a supplier of ready-meals to Marks & Spencer and Tesco even as price deflation hampers food producers' profitability.

Hi-Tech Goggles Set To Combat Air Sickness

Travel sickness on planes could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new invention that effectively gives passengers a sense of balance, even though they are on a moving aircraft.

Nationwide Chief Steps Down On A High

Nationwide has announced a 54% rise in annual pre-tax profits while at the same time confirming that chief executive Graham Beale is to step down in the summer of 2016.

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Massive Sinkhole Opens Up On Golf Course

Golfers had to deal with a spectacular divot after a 35ft deep sinkhole appeared on a course in Missouri.

Scafell’s Sad Tail: Dog Found On Mountain

An abandoned dog has been found at the summit of England's highest mountain.

Google Shows White House When Racial Slur Typed

Google is working to fix its maps service because it zooms in on the White House when users type in a racist term.

Solar Halo Glistens Over Mexico City Landmarks

A solar halo appeared in Mexico City on Thursday - prompting dozens of calls from worried locals to meteorologists.

Kim Leaves Terrapin Farmers Shell-Shocked

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un left managers shell-shocked during an angry visit to a terrapin farm.

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IS Behead Civilians As '400 Killed In Palmyra'

IS fighters have raised their flag over an ancient citadel in Palmyra - amid reports they have killed hundreds of women and children.

Church Needs 'Reality Check' On Gay Marriages

The Archbishop of Dublin has said the Catholic Church needs a "reality check" following Ireland's landslide vote to legalise gay marriage.

Greece Government 'Won't Meet IMF Repayment'

Greece's government will not be able to repay the International Monetary Fund next month, one of its ministers has claimed.

'Beautiful Mind' Mathematician John Nash Killed

Nobel Prize winner John Nash and his wife Alicia have died in a taxi crash in New Jersey.

Mass Migrant Graves Found In Malaysia

Mass graves containing the bodies of migrants – some thought to be those of Rohingya Muslims - have been found in a camps used by human traffickers.

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