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North Korea starts firing drill near border
North Korea says it will conduct live fire drills in two areas near a disputed sea border with South Korea, the South Korean Defence Ministry says.
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Footage of skydiving great-grandmother
An 87-year-old great-grandmother has jumped out of a plane from 12,000 feet to raise money for the hospice which cared for her husband. Betty Bicker-Robinson has now vowed to do it again when she is 90. .
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Mourinho: Hazard could be "one of the best"
Chelsea Manager Jose Mourinho hopes Eden Hazard will sign a long-term deal with the London club and says he has the potential to be "one of the best".
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Alex Salmond talks to Yahoo about Scottish Independence
The SNP leader talked Westminster, Scottish values, and why the 'Yes' campaign definitely doesn't have a problem
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Brown: 'It's time to nail the SNP's lies over NHS'
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has condemned the SNP for claiming that Scotland does not have the power to control the NHS in their own country.
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World Black Pudding Throwing Championships in Lancashire
The World Black Pudding Throwing Championships took over a street in Lancashire on Sunday as competitors showed off their skills.
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Redwood: New Scottish powers must also be given to England
Wokingham MP John Redwood has voiced concern over new powers offered to Scotland if they stay within the UK, saying it means we will move to a "federal, loose association of states". Adding that England has to be able to "make her own decisions in exactly the same way as Scotland".
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Calls for compensation for those affected by passport fiasco
Chairman of the Home Affairs Committee Keith Vaz has called for compensation to be given to people who paid extra to have their passports fast tracked during this summer's backlog. He also said the Passport Office should be moved back to the Home Office.
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Koh Tao is 'in mourning' after Brit deaths
Travel blogger Alexandra Baackes, who spends months of the year living on Koh Tao, says the isalnd is a "community in mourning" and that the people are "devastated" by the deaths of British students Hannah Witheridge and David Miller. .
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Magician Ben Hanlin plays Trick, Kick or Lick
Ahead of the second series of Tricked we played a game called Trick, Kick or Lick with magician Ben Hanlin.