Adam Withnall

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Night Tube launch suspended amid threat of further strikes on London Underground

Walkouts due to take place this week were suspended

The car of suspected gunman Vester Lee Flanagan, also known as Bryce Williams, is where it crashed off Highway I-66

Vester Flanagan chase: BBC journalists covering WDBJ shooting 'threatened by Virginia police'

Reporters at scene of suspect's crash 'told to delete footage or lose camera'

Virgina killings: Suspect Vester Lee Flanagan shoots himself dead after killing two journalists and posting videos online

TV reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward shot dead

Adam Ward and his fiancee Melissa Ott, who was reportedly working in the control room during her last shift at WDBJ when the shooting occurred

Virgina killings: Cameraman Adam Ward's fiancée was working in control room on last shift

WDBJ-TV says Ward was their 'go-to-guy'

Jesus' wife: File photo released by Harvard University shows a fragment of papyrus that divinity professor Karen L. King said is the only existing ancient text that quotes Jesus explicitly referring to having a wife.

New evidence backs papyrus suggesting Jesus had a wife - and Mary Magdalene was a disciple

A German professor has claimed the 'Gospel of Jesus's Wife' is a forgery

Shoreham Airshow crash: Video shows Hawker Hunter jet's 'laboured' take-off on day of tragedy

Expert says plane's behaviour appears 'very strange'

Shopkeepers hit the tourist with a variety of objects including sticks and chairs

Why Turkey has taken the Irish 'boxer' who fought an Istanbul neighbourhood to heart

The tourist has unwittingly become a hero among Turkish social media users

A video has emerged showing an Irish tourist fighting locals in Istanbul earlier this month

Video of Irish 'professional boxer' fighting Istanbul neighbourhood goes viral in Turkey

Scroll down for video: The fight appears to start over spilled drinks

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