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The Arsenal manager said Wilshere was improving all the time since return from injury

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Picture taken at Arsenal's training ground was made public

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Doctors ask court to decide whether refugee on hunger strike can be forcibly fed

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Andrew Marr edited 'The Independent' between 1996 and 1998

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Police stockpile firearms handed in at a drive-through gun-buyback event in Los Angeles yesterday

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When the mayor of LA held a weapons amnesty after the massacre at Sandy Hook, people were queueing round the block

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As Twitter and Facebook crimes are announced as having risen a massive 780% in just four years, there's a lot to be said about social media and privacy. Even Mark Zukerberg's sister has something to say.

Barcelona manager Tito Vilanova

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Vilanova, who also had a tumour removed from his throat in November last year, will now start six weeks of chemotherapy

Poll: Is two years in prison the right punishment for man who defaced Rothko painting?

The 26-year-old man who defaced a Rothko painting hanging at London's Tate Modern gallery has been jailed for two years.

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April Jones' parents speak about pain of losing daughter as police suspend search over Christmas

The parents of missing April Jones spoke today of their pain at realising they will never see their daughter alive again.

Laws need to be enforced against bloggers, tweeters and websites to protect journalistic standards, warns Lord Justice Leveson

Mainstream journalistic standards could plunge if laws are not enforced against bloggers, tweeters and websites, Lord Justice Leveson warned today.

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