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Local government legislation is seeking to curtail many of the rights enjoyed by motorcyclists

Members of the forensic service of the French police work near the building where a 47 years old woman was shot in the head by a gunman who escaped on a motorcycle on April 5

French government fears serial killer on loose in Paris

Four murders, all involving the same weapon, all in the same Paris region and all carried out since November have raised concerns that a serial killer may be on the loose in the suburbs of the French capital.

Cambodia: Police seek father who chained up son

A teenager who skipped school to play online games was chained by the neck to a power pole by his irate father.

Mohamed Merah was buried at this cemetery near Toulouse

Gunman Mohamed Merah buried near Toulouse

The gunman, Mohamed Merah, who killed seven people in three separate attacks in southern France, has been buried in a town near Toulouse, the BBC reported tonight.

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A TV grab by French TV of the killer, Mohamed Merah

Serial killer reveals why he struck at Toulouse school

'Scooter assassin' tells police he targeted children out of frustration after failing to find soldier he planned to kill

Big Ben: Behind the clock face

Ahead of the the clocks going forward this weekend, Gary Cansell meets the men who ring the changes at Big Ben.

French corporal Abel Chennouf, who was killed in the shootings in Montauban on 15 March

Man in black, on a scooter, with same gun: links to murders of three soldiers

While a nation reacted with horror to the murder of three children and a teacher in broad daylight, police quickly made a link between yesterday's attack and the killings last week of three French soldiers of North African origin in two separate shootings.

Floral tributes at Montauban

France in the grip of grief and terror

One of the biggest manhunts in French history was under way last night after a gunman attacked a Jewish school in Toulouse, coldly murdering a teacher and three children.

Investigators baffled by killings of French soldiers

The French government tried yesterday to play down the possibility of an Afghan or Islamist terrorist connection to the shootings of four soldiers on the streets over the past week. Other possibilities, including racially motivated crimes, are being studied by investigators.

Three more soldiers are shot dead in France

Three soldiers were shot dead yesterday by an attacker on a scooter as they attempted to withdraw cash from a machine in the south-west city of Montauban.

Four hurt as Kate Moss hoarding collapses in Oxford Street

Four people were taken to hospital after an advertising board featuring supermodel Kate Moss collapsed on London's busiest shopping street.

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Man jailed for golf club killing

A man was jailed for six years today for killing a 20-year-old with the broken shaft of a golf club.

Tom Sykes: His challenge now is to maintain sparkling testing form over the 28 races

Motorcycling: Sykes trains sights on champion Checa

Unsung Briton sets pace at Phillip Island ahead of tomorrow's curtain-raiser to the Superbike season

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