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Mweetwa Muleya, from Swansea, knew from the age of 19 that he had HIV

HIV positive man jailed for seven years for infecting two women despite knowing he was a carrier

Mweetwa Muleya, from Swansea, knew from the age of 19 that he had HIV and had been warned it would be a crime to have sex without warning a partner

A letter from Lucian Freud to Stephen Spender sent in 1941 which contains a self portrait

'Notorious heterosexual' Lucian Freud's letters suggest he had affair with Stephen Spender

Letters written to Spender by the young Freud have now emerged which offer tantalising hints that the friendship went beyond the platonic

'I think he was made the fall guy by the West. It’s a long time ago'

Channel 4's Jon Snow attacked for calling Iraq Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz 'a nice guy'

His remarks were described as an 'insult' to the memory of the many thousands of people killed under Saddam Hussein’s regime

Pope Francis admits to having not watched TV since 1990

Pope reveals he hasn't watched television since 1990, when he made a promise to the Virgin Mary, and he never surfs the net

His television ban stretches back even longer than 1994 which, he has said previously, was the last time he took a holiday

Government should force supermarkets to give unsold food to the needy, say campaigners - with petition fetching over 100,000 signatures

An online petition urging the Government to force supermarkets to distribute unsold food among the needy has been signed by more than 100,000 people.

Two of blues legend B.B. King's daughters have accused his two closest aides of poisoning him

BB King was 'poisoned' by his business manager and personal assistant, say blues star's daughters

Karen Williams and Patty King allege that King's business manager and personal assistant killed their father

Terry Sue Patt pictured in 1995

Terry Sue-Patt dead: Grange Hill actor who played Benny Green found dead aged 50

Co-stars from the programme spoke of their sadness and shock at his death

Maryland mother found pushing her dead child on a swing in a playground

There were no obvious signs of injury and a post mortem will be carried out to determine the cause of death

Colombia is one of Latin America's most disaster-prone, with more than 150 disasters having struck the country over the past 40 years

Colombia mudslide: At least 58 killed and dozens injured when flash flood and mudslide sweeps through town of Salgar

Survivors living close to the river were evacuated amid fears of a further mudslide while a rescue operation got underway

More than two-thirds of the population believe people in the UK feel too uncomfortable about death and dying to plan properly

Talking about death is such a taboo that millions leave issues unresolved when they die, says study

More than two-thirds of the population believe people in the UK feel too uncomfortable about death and dying to plan properly

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