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Flt Lt Cunningham was killed at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire after he was accidentally ejected while his aircraft was on the ground

Arsala Rahmani, senior peace negotiator and former Taliban leader

Rogue Afghan police officers shoot dead two British troops

Latest fatal attack brings the number of UK military killed in the Afghan conflict to 414

Typhoon jets arrive for military test for Olympics security

RAF Typhoon jets arrived at an air base in London today in preparation for the Olympic Games as military chiefs said they were ready to react to a "9/11-type attack".

Claire Squires: Images from her JustGiving fund-raising website page, where thousands of people have been donating after her death in the marathon yesterday

£200,000 pledged for charity of runner Claire Squires who died in London Marathon

Donations to an "inspirational" runner who collapsed and died during yesterday's London Marathon passed £200,000 this evening as money continued to flood into her fund-raising website.

Today marks 100 days to go

Olympic slogan 'inspire a generation' launched at Kew Gardens

London 2012 today marked 100 days to go to the start of the Olympics by launching their slogan for the Games: 'Inspire a generation'.

Salvage and counter pollution experts are working to remove the 40,000 litres of fuel from the ship

Grounded Colwyn Bay cargo ship emptied of fuel

The remaining fuel from a stricken cargo ship which ran aground in rough seas has been removed in a clean-up operation.

RAF Chinook helicopter makes emergency landing in US

An RAF Chinook helicopter has made an emergency landing during military exercises in the United States, the Ministry of Defence said today.

DVD: The Deep Blue Sea (12)

"I really do want to die," Rachel Weisz's Hester informs us before attempting to gas herself in Terence Davies' gorgeously staged adaptation of Terence Rattigan's gloomy 1952 melodrama.

Cargo ship leaking oil near Colwyn Bay after storm rescue

A stricken cargo ship which ran aground in rough seas, sparking the rescue of seven crew members, has leaked a "quantity" of oil into surrounding waters, the Marine and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said.

As Britain's fallen soldiers come home, US warns of greater risks on road ahead

Unpublished Pentagon dossier reveals 'danger' of rushing Afghan withdrawal. Kim Sengupta reports

As Afghanistan bomb blast troops' bodies flown home, US warns of greater risks ahread

Pulling troops out early 'could play into the hands of the Taliban'

Teenager charged over comment on Afghanistan troops

A teenager will appear in court after allegedly making comments on Facebook about the deaths of six soldiers in Afghanistan last week, police said.

Elizabeth, a Lhasa apso, and owner Margaret Anderson pose for photographs after winning Best in Show at the 2012 Crufts

Elizabeth takes the Best in Show crown at Crufts

Fittingly in a Diamond Jubilee year, a Lhasa Apso named Elizabeth was crowned Best in Show title at Crufts.

RAF hides true scale of unmanned Taliban war

More than half of the RAF's drone strikes against Taliban militants in Afghanistan are not reported publicly, a new analysis has revealed.

Mika on dangerous tackle charge

The Hull KR forward Constantine Mika will appear before the Rugby Football League's disciplinary committee tonight charged with making dangerous contact with an opponent. Mika was called in after the RFL's review panel studied an incident in Rovers' defeat at Warrington on Sunday. He faces up to a two-match ban.

Green on her 109th birthday

Florence Green: Veteran of the First World War

Florence Green, who has died aged 110, was the last known surviving veteran of the First World War, serving with the Women's Royal Air Force at airbases in Norfolk.

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