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Robin Williams dead: Fox news anchor Shepard Smith apologises for calling actor 'a coward' after apparent suicide

The actor had been battling with severe depression and had checked out of an addiction rehabilitation centre

Amazon stops taking pre-orders for Disney films as Hachette price row intensifies

Freeze on Disney's DVD and Blu-ray titles comes after influential group of authors criticised Amazon for blocking sale of Hachette books

MPs to hold HSBC to account after Syrian customers are turned away

Labour MP John Mann said that ‘HSBC has a lot of questions to answer’ and described its behaviour as ‘outrageous’

Oscar Pistorius trial: Judge Masipa sets verdict date for 11 September

Defence and prosecution end their closing arguments as verdict date is announced

Oscar Pistorius leaves court in Pretoria, South Africa in his ongoing murder trail. Prosecutors and lawyers for Oscar Pistorius have one last chance to convince a South African judge when they present closing arguments this week

Oscar Pistorius trial: Prosecution calls for athlete's testimony to be rejected in closing arguments

Defence and prosecution set for final courtroom battle as closing arguments for and against the athlete are heard in court

Oscar Pistorius places his head in his hands as he listens to the cross examination during his trial in court in Pretoria

Oscar Pistorius trial: When will there be a judgement, what’s his defence – and what happens next?

Oscar Pistorius verdict looms as prosecution and defence present final arguments

Oscar Pistorius cries during his ongoing murder trial, at the high court in Pretoria

Oscar Pistorius back in the dock as verdict looms

Defence and prosecution will present their closing arguments tomorrow

A screenshot of the app Bomb Gaza in the Google Play store

Google removes 'tasteless' Bomb Gaza game from Android app store

Bomb Gaza asked players to drop bombs on the Gaza strip without killing civilians to win points

Spain freezes military exports to Israel

Spanish foreign minister described the scenes in Gaza as heart-breaking

Americans fall out of love with burgers...But their appetite for chicken sandwiches, doughnuts and coffee is insatiable

Quintessential American meal losing ground to healthier and more exotic options

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