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Hillsborough jurors shown 1981 FA Cup semi-final clips
The inquest looking into the Hillsborough disaster has been shown these clips from the 1981 FA Cup semi-final between Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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Baby boy pulled from bomb rubble in Syria by rescuers
An amateur video uploaded online appears to show civil defence workers in Syria pulling a baby boy from rubble on Sunday.
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'Qatar won't host 2022 World Cup', says FIFA official
It's been the subject of lots of controversy, but the Qatar World Cup might be no more, according to Fifa Executive Committee member Theo Zwanziger.
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Al Pacino gushes about Salome co-star Jessica Chastain
The Scarface, Godfather and all-round Hollywood legend stars in and directs new film Salome, and says he's a massive fan of co-star Jessica Chastain.
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Shocking 'road rage' attack caught on CCTV
CCTV footage released by West Midlands Police shows a shocking 'road rage' attack on a woman in Birmingham.
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Miliband on constitutional reforms
Ed Miliband says: "We need significantly greater devolution of power in England.".
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Ed Balls: Labour learnt from its "past mistakes"
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, told Labour's annual conference the party has "more work to do" to persuade people it can deliver the economic change people want to see.
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iHeartRadio Festival: One Direction, Ed Sheeran & more
Dozens of chart-toppers, including One Direction, Ed Sheeran and Iggy Azalea, performed at the fourth iHeartRadio Music Festival.
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Tesco Boss confirms £250m mistake in half-year profit
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis has confirmed a £250m mistake in half-year profit calculations but says he "won't speculate" on the findings of investigative report.
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James Wharton: "English votes for English laws"
Stockton South Conservative MP James Wharton will be meeting the PM today - He says it is "not sustainable" for Scottish MP's to vote on things that don't affect their constituents. "English votes for English laws are a must and a minimum.".