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The family of a severely disabled five-year-old girl have marked her departure for an Italian hospital after winning an "emotional" life-support treatment battle.
Supporters of Tafida Raqeeb gathered outside the Royal London Hospital this morning for a balloon release as the youngster headed to the Gaslini children's hospital in Genoa.
Tafida's parents won a recent High Court fight with hospital bosses in London, when a judge ruled that the youngster could be moved to Italy.
Multi-coloured balloons, which read "flying to Italy" and featured a picture of Tafida, were released in unison.
Tafida's uncle, Abdul Malik, 36, from Whitechapel, said: "It's just amazing to see everyone here today - you know we've had a long fight from day one."
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An incident involving an altercation between a Leeds United supporter and a police officer after Saturday’s game at Millwall is being reviewed by the Metropolitan Police’s directorate of professional standards.
A video has emerged appearing to show a Leeds fan being struck in the face while police tried to maintain order as supporters left the New Den.
The Met says it is working to establish the full circumstances of what took place.
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