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A BOWLS champion has denied claims he groped and stripped a woman after a cocaine-fuelled night of partying.
A JURY took just over 10 minutes yesterday to clear a Chief Fire Officer of raping a woman at a pub.
A DOG described as a real-life “Paddington” after being found abandoned at a railway station with a suitcase has found a new home.
SCOTTISH Labour could still emerge the “victor” in May’s general election despite a new poll suggesting the party faces losing big-name MPs to the SNP.
The horrific fate of a captured Jordanian pilot, burned to death by the Islamic State group, unleashed a wave of grief and rage on Wednesday across the Middle East, a region long accustomed to upheavals and violence. Political and religious leaders united in outrage and condemnation, saying the slaying of the airman goes against Islam’s […]
A living wage, good and affordable housing, and excellent education and training are all key to a good economy, the Archbishop of Canterbury said tonight. They come under the concept of “solidarity”, which is a vital part of developing such an economy, the Most Rev Justin Welby said. In an event organised by the all-party […]
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The driver, named as Mr Zhou, scrambled from the wreckage of his taxi with serious injuries after the car was clipped by the plane in Taipei, Taiwan.
Robert Mugabe, who has been president of Zimbabwe since 1987, had been talking to supporters at the airport, who had gathered to welcome the leader back from a trip to Ethiopia.