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Scuffles broke out between police and protesters - including supporters of the far-right English Defence League.
British authorities are trying to piece together how a soldier was apparently hacked to death in London in broad daylight yesterday.
The inquest into the death of PR consultant Kate Fitzgerald will resume this morning.
Senator John McCain questions Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Eight-foot Alligator found roaming the streets of Houston, Texas
Turrialba Volcano erupts in Costa Rica.
Conjoined twins have been separated in Peru. It took 30 medical staff 8 hours to separate the girls who share a liver.
Ray Manzarek of The Doors has died at the age of seventy four. He was responsible for some of the most famous keyboard riffs in rock music.
Footage shot by documentary maker Brad Joseph shows a peckish bear trying to take a bite out of a camera.
BREAKING: Czech police are searching for an American man suspected of killing four people and say they believe he is on the run and armed.
13 beaches in Ireland lost their blue flag status under new EU bathing standards. Read more about who lost out here t.co/8AlsI4d01g
Enda Kenny is travelling to Greece today to meet with the Greek Prime Minister. Expected to discuss the economic situation in the eurozone.
The cost of the twister in #Oklahoma is believed to be in excess of $2 billion dollars. #TV3News
Protesters clash with UK Police including supporters of the far-right English Defence League. See the footage here t.co/WNyw6HBBfk
Update: #London Ingrid Loyau-Kennett has been named as the woman who tried to reason with attackers who beheaded a soldier in #Woolwich
Childline marks 25 years: Major investment in both hardware and software to develop online service is to take place in a bid to reach more
Christine Lagarde has appeared at a Paris court to face questions on a controversial arbitrage deal she oversaw as French finance minister.
8am News Bulletin: #SIPTU talks and 15 million people in the world are registered as refugees. t.co/WJn1SIWEkJ,