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- Updates on Wednesday 11 May
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Thursday
Police are trying to trace the relatives of a man from Hulme who died in hospital on Sunday.
Officers are trying to find the next of kin of David Stewart, who was aged 72.
Reporter, BBC North West Tonight
Staff at Philips High School, in Higher Lane, have given every pupil due to sit exams a handy goody bag containing items like tea and sweets.
Any showers will ease through the evening, with clear spells and some patchy cloud before dawn.Copyright: BBC Weather
Some mist patches will form, along with some hill fog, particularly in eastern areas.
A former RAF gunner from Manchester who converted to Islam is to be jailed after admitting terrorism offences.Copyright: Other
Stephen Gray, 32, also known as Mustafa, served in the Iraq War and attempted to reach Syria on two separate occasions in July 2014.
Abdalraouf Abdallah, 23, from Moss Side, was found guilty at Woolwich Crown Court of helping Gray and three others get to Syria to join jihadis.
The judge adjourned sentencing but said a jail sentence "is going to follow".
A retired priest sexually abused nine young girls and a boy over the course of four decades, a court has heard.Copyright: Paul Gillett/Geograph
Father Mortimer Stanley, 84, denies 19 counts of indecent assault said to have been committed between 1977 and 2002.
He allegedly targeted the complainants, who were aged under 11, at St Vincent de Paul RC Church in Norden, Rochdale.
Manchester Minshull Street Court was told the schoolchildren did not complain at the time because of the "very high regard".
This afternoon's top stories:
- A protest meeting calls for an inquiry to look into Greater Manchester Police's use of a fake suicide bomber during a mock terror exercise
- A former RAF gunner from Manchester who converted to Islam is to be jailed after admitting terrorism offences.
- Lancashire lead cricket's County Championship after beating Hampshire at Old Trafford
Police have been accused of "institutionalised racism" for portraying a suicide bomber as an Islamist terrorist, a protest meeting heard.Copyright: MEN
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) apologised for racial stereotyping for using a fake terrorist shouting "Allahu Akbar" in the mock terror attack.
Organisers of the meeting at Longsight Saath Saath are demanding an inquiry.
GMP said it has no plans to issue any further statements on the training exercise staged at the Trafford Centre.
Two men who struck a man with a glass in Manchester city centre are being sought by police.Copyright: Greater Manchester Police
The unprovoked assault happened in the early hours of Sunday at the Printworks.
The injured man was taken to hospital for stitches to his wounds.
Departing Sale Sharks star Danny Cipriani says the club was "the right fit" for him and that he has enjoyed his four years in the north west.
The fly half is moving to Wasps in the summer but recorded this message for the Sharks fans.
Six men, aged between 20 and 44, have been charged in connection with the death of a delivery driver following a suspected car-jacking in Greater Manchester last year.Copyright: Greater Manchester Police
James Ray died on his 70th birthday after either being pushed or falling during a robbery at Plantation Industrial Estate in Ashton-under-Lyne.
Three of the men were charged with manslaughter and aggravated vehicle taking, all six were charged with conspiracy to steal.
This afternoon's top stories:
- The Shadow Home Secretary and Leigh MP, Andy Burnham is calling for major changes to the justice system after the recent Hillsborough verdicts
- Six men are charged in connection with the death of a delivery driver in Ashton-under-Lyne
- Call handlers at a charity in Manchester says they are seeing an increase in the number of children contacting them about exam stress
Manchester Airport says it has seen passenger numbers rise for the 25th consecutive month.
More than 1.9 million people used the airport in April - an 11% increase year on year.
Sky TV presenter Eamonn Holmes has apologised after he appeared to link an attack on Manchester United's team bus with the Hillsborough disaster.Copyright: BBC
Mr Holmes was talking on Sky News about the violence outside West Ham's stadium on Monday evening. He tweeted later there was no comparison between the events.
Barry Devonside, who lost his son Christopher, 18, said Mr Holmes "should have known better." He added: "Last night was hooliganism. There was no hooliganism at Hillsborough."
West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan has apologised to Manchester United after their team bus was damaged before Tuesday's game at Upton Park.Copyright: Getty Images
In an interview with BBC Radio 5 live a few minutes after the incident, Sullivan said there had been no attack on the coach but backtracked in a message posted on the West Ham website on Wednesday.
He said he had been "unaware of the damage that had occurred" at the time and vowed to "track down" the culprits.
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