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Crocodiles Let Loose In School By Vandals
Police are searching for four men who let three crocodiles loose in an Australian school during a break-in.
Catholic Priest Charged Over Child Sex Claims
A Catholic priest accused of historical sex offences against teenage boys has been returned to Britain from Kosovo after a five-year police hunt.
Drone Caught Smuggling Drugs And Phones To Jail
Police have stopped a drone carrying a large quantity of drugs and two mobile phones into Pentonville Prison in north London.
Boy ‘Suicide Bomber’ Stripped Of Explosives Belt
Police have stripped an explosives belt from a suspected child suicide bomber in northern Iraq.
Jihadist Admits Ordering Timbuktu Destruction
A Malian jihadist has pleaded guilty to ordering attacks on ancient shrines at Timbuktu.
Team GB Celebrate Making History In Rio
Team GB’s athletes have been celebrating after making history with a second place finish in the Rio Olympics.
Rio Hands Baton To Tokyo In Colourful Ceremony
Rio has handed hosting duties for the Olympic Games to Tokyo in a colourful and rain-lashed closing ceremony.
Two French Volunteers ‘Murdered’ In Madagascar
Madagascan authorities have said they are treating the deaths of two young French volunteers as murder.
EU Leaders To Discuss Post-Brexit Gameplan
A tiny island off the west coast of Italy is the unusual but symbolic setting for a summit of three key European leaders today.
Prince Death: Mislabelled Pills Found On Estate
Pills recovered from Prince’s Paisley Park estate were falsely labelled and actually contained a drug 50 times more potent than heroin, officials have revealed.
Race Hate Crimes On Railways Rise Sharply
New figures show there was a sharp increase in suspected race hate crimes on UK railways following the vote to leave the European Union.
Corbyn’s Power Pledge As Ballot Papers Sent Out
Jeremy Corbyn has called for the “magic circle” of Westminster to be broken and the views of “ordinary people” to be heard, as the first ballot papers in the leadership contest are due to go out.
Extremist Inmates To Be Held In Separate Units
Convicted extremists who promote terror and violence will be isolated from the rest of the prison population under new plans to be announced by the Government.
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Architects Guitarist Dies Aged 28 From Cancer
The guitarist with the British band Architects has died aged 28 from cancer.
Police Seize Mobiles From Olympic Officials
Three Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) officials have had their passports, phones and laptops seized by Brazilian police.
Dying Singer’s Farewell To Fans At Hometown Gig
Canadian band The Tragically Hip, whose lead singer has terminal brain cancer, have played their last concert at the end of an emotional tour.
‘North Korea May Plan Revenge Assassinations’
North Korea may be planning assassinations and kidnappings in revenge for recent defections, according to Seoul.
Lochte Sorry For ‘Exaggerated’ Robbery Story
Scandal-hit swimmer Ryan Lochte has admitted he “over-exaggerated” his story about being robbed in Rio, as he made a grovelling apology to Olympics host Brazil.
Fire Rages At School Amid Reports Of Explosions
Firefighters are battling a major blaze at a secondary school, amid reports of loud explosions.
Five Die Over 24 Hours In Separate Sea Tragedies
A man who died after he was swept out to sea has been named as Rudy Bruynius – as details emerged of a fifth sea death in 24 hours.
Knives Are Out! Forty Removed From Man’s Body
Doctors have removed 40 knives from a policeman’s stomach after he developed a taste for swallowing blades.
Philippines President Threatens To Leave UN
President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte has lambasted the United Nations and threatened to pull out of the organisation after its criticism of his anti-drugs policies.
‘NSync And Backstreet Boys Creator Dies In Prison
Lou Pearlman, the former boy band mogul of ‘NSync and the Backstreet Boys, has died in prison while serving a 25-year sentence for fraud.
Burnley Striker Sorry For Homophobic Tweets
Premier League footballer Andre Gray has been forced to apologise after homophobic tweets he posted in 2012 were shared on social media.
Same-Sex Couple ‘Blessed’ With Triplets
A same sex couple in South Africa are believed to be the first in the country and possibly the world to have triplets – which also include identical twins – using a surrogate.
Mum: My Son’s False Diagnosis Can’t Happen Again
A toddler had to have both his legs and seven of his fingers amputated after doctors failed to spot the warning signs of toxic shock syndrome.
Sadiq Khan Calls On Labour To Ditch Corbyn
London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan has called on fellow party members to replace Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Mo Does It Again With ‘Double Double’ Win In Rio
Mo Farah has stormed to victory in the men’s 5,000m, adding a second gold medal to his 10,000m Rio Olympics triumph.
Mother And Son Die After Aberdeen Beach Rescue
A mother and son have died after a rescue operation to recover five people off the coast in Aberdeen.
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Eight Killed By Blast At Wedding In Turkey
Eight people have been killed when a bomb blast struck a wedding in Turkey’s Gaziantep, security sources say.
Taliban Captures Strategic Afghan District
The Taliban has captured a district close to the strategic Afghan city of Kunduz, nearly 15 years after they were defeated there by a US-led coalition.
State-Backed Chinese Group Eyes Liverpool Stake
A state-backed Chinese group is plotting to buy a stake in Liverpool Football Club in a deal valuing the Premier League outfit at more than £700m – even as its American owners insist they have no intention of relinquishing control.