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Police continue to probe double murder mystery in quiet Buckinghamshire village

One of the men arrested on suspicion of killing two pensioners in a Buckinghamshire village was staying with a third elderly woman when police launched their murder investigation, the Daily Telegraph can disclose.


EU prepares sanctions against Venezuelan officials amid growing unrest

The European Union is preparing sanctions on several top Venezuelan officials amid mounting international fears over the political and economic crises that have plunged the country into violence and looting.

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Hero cop killed in Christmas Day crash is given full police escort as hundreds turn out for funeral

A TOP cop was given a true blue farewell today after he died in a devastating smash on Christmas Day. Dad-of-two PC Dave Fields, 45, was responding to a 999 call when he was killed in the head-on collision on the A57 in Sheffield. The “passionate


Google and Facebook should help fund local journalism, former Culture Secretary suggests

Google and Facebook should offer financial support to help fund a network of professional court reporters across the UK, the former Culture Secretary has suggested.

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Former boxing champion Anthony Small charged with encouraging acts of terrorism

A FORMER British boxing champion is to appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates’ Court charged with a terrorism offence. Anthony Small, 36, was charged with encouraging acts of terrorism under section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006 in connection w


Paris church collection plate goes contactless as Sunday Mass donations stagnate 

A Paris church has introduced a contactless card payment system to collect Sunday Mass donations.


US plans to keep troops in Syria indefinitely to counter Isil and Iran, Tillerson says

The US plans to keep troops in northern Syria indefinitely to prevent the resurgence of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) and counter the influence of Iran, Rex Tillerson, the US secretary of state, has said.

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$1.2 million of rare wine stolen from Goldman exec

Former personal assistant to Goldman co-president David Solomon faces federal criminal charges that he stole $1.2 million worth of rare wine from his boss.

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Big companies used to pay the best wages

The U.S.' biggest companies now pay some of the worst wages. New studies help explain why the wage premium at large firms has broken down.

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