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French religious leaders say more security needed after jihadists killed priest at church
Islamic State group says it was behind attack on a French church in which a priest died.
MPs said Sir Philip Green left the high-street chain 'on life support'
Individual sports' will decide whether Russian competitors should take part
German police say a gunman who killed 9 people in Munich was obsessed with mass shootings
Police say "multiple" people have been killed, by one or more attackers
Norfolk Police are looking for 2 suspects and can't rule out terrorism as a motive.
Theresa May has met Angela Merkel - a key figure in negotiating the UK's exit from the EU
Owen Smith now Jeremy Corbyn's only challenger; Melania vs Michelle, spot the difference
Independent report says Russian government behind widespread doping in at least 30 sports
Three police officers have been shot dead in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
More than 260 killed in attempted takeover, IS group says Nice attacker was its soldier.
Three days of national mourning declared in France, after the deadly attacks in Nice.
The prime minister has radically overhauled the Conservative front-bench.
Speaking in Downing Street, Mrs May said she would lead a 'one nation' government.
Labour's NEC discusses whether Jeremy Corbyn should be on the leadership shortlist
Theresa May is the UK's new Prime Minister.
Angela Eagle launches Labour leadership bid
Murray wins Wimbledon again. Corbyn urges leadership challenger Eagle to 'think'.
Jeremy Corbyn is to face a challenge for the Labour leadership from Angela Eagle.
A man with a grudge against white people is the main suspect in the Dallas sniper attack
Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom go head to head for Tory leader
It says the intelligence was flawed and post-war planning had been wholly inadequate