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Family confirm death of American woman also fighting Assad’s forces as part of Islamist group loyal to al-Qa’ida

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Death in 2011 in Tottenham led to widespread rioting across London and England

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Swimming: Rebecca Adlington on verge of retiring

Rebecca Adlington will make a "major announcement" at a press conference next Tuesday.

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Suarez goes down against Stoke at Anfield on 7 October

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Liverpool manager pulls no punches after star forward admitted he ‘fell’ to win penalty

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'Why the hell did I do that?': Brendan Rodgers furious after Luis Suarez admits diving

Liverpool striker admits underhand methods in attempt to win spot-kick against Stoke because 'we needed anything to win it'

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£12m arrival has scored two in two

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Steven Gerrard: If I score with my hand at Old Trafford, I'm not owning up

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