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First pictures of British dad and two children who died in horror crash in Croatia

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Gran dragged from vehicle by carjackers but thieves return handbag when she tells them off

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1st Aug 2014

Here are some of the wonderful people working to save tigers

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St Ives in Cornwall named most expensive seaside resort in the UK

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1st Aug 2014

Ukraine leaks Stalin’s ‘KGB secrets’

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1st Aug 2014

Learning disabled care campaign

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1st Aug 2014

First pictures of British dad and two children who died in horror crash in Croatia

Gran dragged from vehicle by carjackers but thieves return handbag when she tells them off

Here are some of the wonderful people working to save tigers

St Ives in Cornwall named most expensive seaside resort in the UK

Ukraine leaks Stalin’s ‘KGB secrets’

Learning disabled care campaign

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Woman blinded after best friend ‘stamped on her face in pair of stilettos’, court told

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A young woman was blinded in one eye after her best friend stamped on her face in a pair of lethal silver stilettos following a row over a cab fare, a court has been told. Sophie Robinson, 20, described the excruciating pain as 21-year-old Melissa Causer’s heel split her right eyeball in two causing...

Business

British Airways boss Willie Walsh hails return of aviation industry as profits jump

IAG chief hailed a return to figures seen before the Lehman collapse British Airways chief Willie Walsh has heralded the return of the aviation industry after six years of turbulence as his airlines group enjoyed a 55 per cent surge in profit to land its best second quarter since 2007. IAG’s operating profit hit €380 million (301 million) in the second quarter, up from €245 milli

World

Life in Gaza City – Terrifying pictures capture Israeli bombs moments before they destroy home

As terrified Palestinians scatter the streets, deadly Israeli missiles are captured falling from the sky like raindrops. Polaris / eyevineTarget: The Israeli military phoned the owner of the building minutes before it was attacked Israel and Hamas are accusing each other of breaking a ceasefire, which had been announced by the US and the UN and took effect at 8am local time (5am GMT) on Friday.

Technology

Teen electrocuted by iPhone in her sleep found burnt to death in bed

A teenager was electrocuted by her iPhone, which was plugged into a knock-off charger, according to a Chinese newspaper. Wu Weyuan, an 18-year-old student from Korla, in the Chinese province of Xinjiang, was discovered by her sister, who noticed a burning smell when she came home from work. She found Wu lying in bed, her skin black and charred with burns and a broken iPhone 4S next to her body.

Politics

Miliband London job claim criticised

Ed Miliband has been criticised by the UK statistics watchdog over his claim that "four out of five" new jobs were being created in London. Sir Andrew Dilnot said official statistics suggested the reverse was true and only 21.7% private sector jobs had been created in London. In a letter to Mr Miliband and shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna, Sir Andrew, chairman of the UK Statistics Authorit

England

Stowaway tarantula found in bananas

A stowaway tarantula was discovered in a case of bananas which had been delivered to a food shop in West Sussex. Angela Hale, the spider expert at Drusillas Park where the tarantula has been re-homed, called the find "exciting". Drusillas Park also took in a giant huntsman spider in November 2013 after it was discovered in a container of BMX parts that had travelled from Taiwan to St Leonards-on

Wales

Witness help plea in neglect inquiry

Families who believe loved ones were neglected while living in care homes in south Wales have been urged to give evidence to an independent review. Families who believed their relatives were neglected formed a campaign group called Justice for Jasmine and they are now calling on more people to give evidence to the review. Loraine Brannan, of New Tredegar, Caerphilly county, who chairs the campai

Scotland

Man on charge over Games pass theft

Procurator fiscal depute Stuart Fauri told the court that Mr Noubayo is a coach and requested special bail conditions be put in place which Sheriff Andrew Cubie granted. Mr Noubayo was released on bail with the conditions he does not enter or attempt to enter the SECC or the athlete's village. Full Article Available At: BBC National News Read the full article right now: Click to read