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EasyJet launches new route to the Canary Islands

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The trial of two men accused of murdering a British honeymoon couple in Antigua continued on the third anniversary of their deaths.

Guard 'asleep' during Antigua hotel attack

At least one of three security guards at an Antigua hotel where a British couple were shot dead on their honeymoon may have been asleep at the time, according to testimony in the trial of two men charged in the killing.

Pair on trial for Antigua honeymoon murders

Two men will go on trial today accused of murdering a British honeymoon couple in Antigua.

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