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Fraser and his sons Ewen, five, and Jamie, two

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Joe Ansbro, the London Irish centre, has a serious spinal injury

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Johnny Hallyday 'stable' after heart problems

The veteran French pop star, Johnny Hallyday, 69, was said to be "stable" last night after being flown by helicopter to a hospital in the French west indies suffering from an excessively fast heart-beat.

Third child dies in Loch Gairloch canoe tragedy

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German postal service issue circumcision stamp amid heated debate

The German postal service is set to issue a stamp reminding Germans that 2,000 years ago Jesus underwent circumcision as an eight-day-old baby, a ritual religious practice that a German court has controversially banned in part of the country.

Gavin Henson: Was injured in the first minute of a pre-season game

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Duke of Edinburgh makes first public appearance since being discharged from hospital after bladder infection recurrence

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