Adam Withnall

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An image shared by Isis-supporting social media accounts claimed to show the raising of the Isis flag in the town of Soran Azaz

Battle for Azaz: Isis threatens yet another city as fighting reaches crucial Turkey border crossing

The so-called 'Islamic State' advances on a key supply route to Aleppo

An Isis propaganda video purporting to show fighters near the Iraqi city of Tikrit

Isis tortures 14-year-old Syrian boy and films it in graphic video for 'propaganda purposes'

'I screamed for my mother, they upped the voltage even more'

Esther Baker, 32, spoke to Sky News about sexual abuse she suffered as a child

Senior former MP at centre of Esther Baker rape claims strongly denies abusing child in woods

Politician says he believes he is the subject of a 'conspiracy'

Eurostar trains have been cancelled after a person was hit by a train

Eurostar services suspended and customers warned not to travel after person hit by train

The high-speed rail company has resumed services but delays expected

File image: A man photographs waves on Porthcawl Beach in South Wales, as gale force winds and torrential rain sweep across Britain

UK weather: Met Office issues wind warning as 'powerful jet stream' approaches

The 'unseasonably windy spell' was set to hit on Monday into Tuesday

A 'drunk knight' did his best to help this man who he found slumped over at the wheel

'The drunk knight': Inept hero praised for doing his best to try and help man passed out at wheel

'I'm not your hero. I’m your silent guardian'

FILE - In this May 1, 2015 file photo, Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaks at the Pentagon

Patriot Act: US surveillance powers expire as Senate fails to vote through new laws

Key provisions of post-9/11 laws empowering the NSA have lapsed

File image: A man in West Virginia is suing education officials for teaching his daughter about evolution

West Virginia man sues education officials for teaching his daughter 'religion' of evolution

Calls on judge to declare teaching the scientific theory unconstitutional

Douglas Carswell has previously claimed Farage's comments on immigrants with HIV were 'ill-advised'

Ukip's Douglas Carswell says Nigel Farage on HIV was 'wrong on so many levels'

It appears the party's internal feud is far from over

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