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video 29 January 2015 UK

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Lollipop man, 82, injured during sign robbery - video

CCTV footage shows a man pushing a lollipop man to the ground and stealing his sign. The 82-year-old, who was injured, has helped Coventry schoolchildren cross the road for over 14 years.

article 29 January 2015 UK
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'Thundersnow' storms to hit parts of UK - but what is it?

Wintry weather is causing hazardous conditions across many roads in Scotland and northern England with "be prepared" warnings of heavy snow still in place.

article 29 January 2015 World, Jordan
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New audio claims sunset deadline for Jordan to save hostage

An audio message purportedly from a Japanese journalist being held by Islamic State militants says a Jordanian pilot, also captured, would be killed unless a prisoner swap is made by sunset today.

post 28 January 2015
Read more on Michael's blog Bangladeshi and Pakistani groups 'at risk of electoral fraud'

Some Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities are especially vulnerable to electoral fraud that is the conclusion of research published today by the Electoral Commission.

video 28 January 2015 UK

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Tesco announces list of 43 stores to close - video

In the wake of a disastrous 2014, Tesco has announced a list of 43 stores it plans to close, with the loss of 2,000 jobs.

post 28 January 2015
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Koh Tao: why have an 'unusual number' of foreigners died there?

Tourists take the boat to the island of Koh Tao to get away from it all but after a pair of brutal murders, two mysterious deaths, many people may feel inclined to keep well clear.

video 28 January 2015 World, France

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French comedian Dieudonne in court over Jewish comments

Controversial French comedian Dieudonne appeared in a Paris court on charges of provoking hatred and expressing racial insult against a Jewish journalist. His lawyer said he was not an anti-semite.

article 28 January 2015 UK
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Boss faces jail after admitting horsemeat charges

A slaughterhouse boss, who pleaded guilty to criminal charges linked to the 2013 horsemeat scandal, becomes the first person to face jail.

article 28 January 2015 UK, Afghanistan
Author Andrew O'Hagan
Andy Davies by Getting inside the 'problem' of the Afghan war

Author Andrew O'Hagan's new novel The Illuminations examines the experiences of the soldiers who went to Afghanistan believing in the war, but who returned home to Britain profoundly disillusioned.

article 28 January 2015 World, Israel
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Two Israeli soldiers killed in Hezbollah attack

A day of bloodshed on Israel's border with Lebanon and Syria leaves two Israeli soldiers and one UN peacekeeper dead and raises fears of a conflict between the IDF and Hezbollah.

article 28 January 2015 UK
A former leader of Plaid Cymru apologises after linking jobs at the Auschwitz death camp with those at the Trident nuclear base (Getty)
Peer apologises after comparing nuclear base to Auschwitz

A former leader of Plaid Cymru apologises after linking jobs at the Auschwitz death camp with those at the Trident nuclear base.

article 28 January 2015 World, Japan
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Jordan 'ready' to exchange terrorist for IS captive

Jordan is willing to hand over an Iraqi woman jailed for her role in a 2005 suicide bomb attack if a Jordanian pilot captured by Islamic State is released, a government spokesperson says.

article 28 January 2015 World
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Has Sepp Blatter already won the race for Fifa president?

Luis Figo enters the race to challenge Sepp Blatter in the Fifa presidential election - but with the number of candidates growing are the odds increasing in Sepp Blatter's favour?

video 28 January 2015 World, Cuba

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Torchlit ceremony marks Cuban freedom fighter's birthday

Thousands of Cubans marked 162 years since the birth of freedom fighter Jose Marti. The writer and revolutionary philosopher is seen as a hero in Cuba.

article 28 January 2015 World, United States
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No cover-up: Michelle Obama's political message to Saudis

Within moments of arriving in Saudi Arabia, US first lady Michelle Obama causes a Twitter furore by ignoring Saudi Arabia's strict dress code for women.

article 28 January 2015
A decision is due to be made on whether beavers living on the River Otter in Devon should be allowed to remain put or be moved to a wildlife sanctuary.
Devon beavers living in wild given reprieve

Beavers living on the River Otter in Devon are to be allowed to remain there, rather than be moved to a wildlife sanctuary, in what campaigners called "an historic moment".

article 28 January 2015 World, United States
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How viral video of intruder beating created #MrWrongHouse

A former US paratrooper beats up a suspected robber on his property, puts the footage on YouTube, adds a reggae soundtrack - and creates a viral hit.

article 28 January 2015 UK
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Why is asthma so difficult to diagnose?

More than one million people receiving treatment for asthma may have been misdiagnosed because the causes are not well understood, a health watchdog says.

article 28 January 2015 UK
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Companies House spelling mistake caused firm's collapse

The government has been left with a 9million legal bill after a tiny spelling error caused the collapse of a 124-year-old Welsh family business.

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