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Moat ex tells of boyfriend's death

The ex-girlfriend of Raoul Moat told today of the horrifying moment the killer shot dead her new boyfriend then turned his shotgun on her.

Usher, 02 Arena, London

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Raoul Moat's jail boast before gun rampage

Shotgun killer Raoul Moat boasted "I'll be back inside by Friday" shortly before his murder rampage, a court heard today.

Inside Lines: Why Hoey may hold key to the doors of Olympic stadium

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Family gathers for gunman Raoul Moat's funeral

Family and friends gathered to pay tribute to fugitive killer Raoul Moat at his funeral today.

The strange life and death of Raoul Moat

He was a violent, jealous man who murdered one and left two more fighting for their lives before, finally, turning his gun on himself. Yet, with police facing criticism over their handling of the affair, floral tributes placed outside his home portrayed him as a victim. What does this story say about Britain today?

Seven days of Moat manhunt

The manhunt for fugitive Raoul Moat ended dramatically after he apparently shot himself by a riverbank before armed police rushed in to apprehend him. He is being treated in hospital. Here is how events have unfolded:

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