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video 19 December 2014 UK

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Migrants made '100 attempts a day' to enter UK - video

Figures released under the freedom of information act have revealed that border forces detected almost 12,000 attempts in the four months from the beginning of April to the end of July.

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Record number of A&E patients - video

The 110,000 emergency admissions to England's hospitals last week is an all-time high, making up about a quarter of the total number of patients turning up at A&E.

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Read more from Jackie Long on her blog Who cares after young people leave care?

"They come from a system where they are supposed to be looked after and it feels like they leave the system and they just get left and thrown away."

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Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: where do women serve as combat soldiers?

Some soldiers have criticised moves to allow women into close combat roles in the British Army. But women are already on the front line around the world.

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FBI place Sony hacking blame on North Korea

The FBI says it has determined that North Korea was behind the hacking of Sony Pictures, which the White House is treating as a "national security threat".

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Viable explosive device found under soldier's car in Armagh

A controlled explosion is carried out on device found under soldier's car in Northern Ireland, while a suspect device is found in a park in Cork

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Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: can paedophiles be cured?

A senior policeman has said some people caught looking at images of child abuse online should get medical help, not a conviction. But is paedophilia an illness?

video 19 December 2014 UK

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'Thrown away': how it feels to spend Christmas on your own

Shalyce Lawrence knows what it's like to spend Christmas day alone. That's why she founded the Topé Project, which brings young care leavers together while most of us are with our families.

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Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Chained in cells: the plight of some of Cambodia's mentally ill

The people of Cambodia have suffered like few others, but according to Father Kevin Conroy there are only 15 beds for psychiatric patients in the entire country.

video 19 December 2014 World, Cambodia

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Caged and chained: Cambodia's mentally ill - video

In a country where mental illness is blamed on bad luck, karma and ghosts, sufferers are often shackled and afraid - forced to live in the shadows. Warning: this film contains disturbing images.

video 19 December 2014 UK

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Dalglish gives emotional Hillsborough testimony - video

Former Liverpool player and manager Kenny Dalglish has given an emotional testimony at the Hillsborough inquest. He described the "mayhem" inside the stadium during the disaster.

video 19 December 2014 World

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Burning Merkel: anti-austerity protest rocks Brussels

Protesters burned effigies of EU leaders and brought rush hour traffic to a stop as they protest austerity and a planned EU-US free trade deal.

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New Era housing estate sold after protests

East London estate is sold by multibillion pound US investors to charitable foundation after protest campaign featuring Russell Brand

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Read more on Liam's blog The year that we didn't have to dream about snow at Christmas

Even though snow will be in short supply this Christmas, we don't have to look too far back to find a Christmas that delivered the goods.

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2014 in immigration: from EU arrivals to Ukip defections

It began the year as a relatively quiet issue. Then along came the Ukip surge, a shock European election and two Conservative defections. Here we look back at the last 12 months of immigration.

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Mandy Rice-Davies: her role in the Profumo sex scandal

Mandy Rice-Davies, at the centre of the Profumo affair which rocked Harold Macmillan's government, has died aged 70. Last year she revealed she was "still angry" about the way she had been treated.

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Kurdish fighters 'break Islamic State siege' at Sinjar

Kurdish peshmerga forces fight back Islamic State militants from Mount Sinjar on the borders of Iraq, Syria and Turkey, freeing hundreds of Yazidis trapped by IS.

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Iraqi Kurds liberate besieged Sinjar mountain - video

Kurdish forces in northern Iraq have claimed their biggest victory in the fight against Islamic State militants.

video 19 December 2014 Spain

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Spanish businessman rams car into ruling party's HQ - video

A man calling himself a 'ruined businessman' rams a car containing gas cylinders into the ruling People's Party headquarters in Madrid

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Pakistan has carried out two executions, the first since lifting the death penalty moratorium in the wake of Tuesday’s terrorist attack on a Peshawar school. One of those executed was convicted over an attack on Pakistan’s Army headquarters in 2009, the other over an assassination attempt on ex-leader Pervez Musharraf.

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A police officer has died after being assaulted in Liverpool city centre. PC Neil Doyle, 36, was off duty when he was attacked near the Aloha club, Colquitt Street, in the early hours. He was rushed to hospital but died shortly after.

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The US investors Westbrook Partners is reportedly set to sell the New Era estate to an affordable-housing provider in London after protests.

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Kurdish peshmerga fighters have secured a route to Iraq’s Sinjar mountain, where hundreds of people had been trapped by Islamic State fighters, the head of the Kurdish region’s national security said on Thursday.

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"I’m the first, but I won’t be the only". The first female bishop in the Church of England, Libby Lane, on her appointment as bishop of Stockport.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demands that the EU puts Hamas back on a list of terrorist organisations after an EU court ruled that it should be removed.