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Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.

Workers at mail-order company La Redoute protest in Lille against plans to sack 1,200 workers

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Four-year-old Sean Turner died in March 2012 following heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital

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Pug life: Students beat exam stress with the help of a furry friend

Students at a university in Scotland have turned to an unusual friend to help them beat the stress of exam season.

Australia batsman George Bailey has admitted taking some 'pride' in seeing England struggle

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The departure of Steven Finn saw the bowler become the third player to leave the Tour Down Under after Jonathan Trott and Graeme Swann both returned home early

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Slim, unfit men are 'less likely' to suffer heart attacks than fit obese men

Heart attack risk is also lessened in men who exercise in their teen years

Multiple sclerosis charity says benefits reform is creating anxiety amongst sufferers

Changes to the benefits system are forcing those in greatest need of aid to suffer, a charity has warned.

The immigration issue is overshadowing the spirit of optimism which once defined Cameron's Conservatism

There is a danger that the buzz and momentum around that initial modernisation is being lost

Xhosa women inside a house in the nearby village of Mvezo, where Mandela was born

Nelson Mandela burial: Qunu awaits final return of its most famous son

Amid the squabbles and chaotic preparations, residents speak of their pride in Mandela

Help for victims of domestic violence is in a state of crisis

Refuges ‘turn away more than 150 women a day because of budget cuts’

Help for victims of domestic violence in a state of crisis, warns national survey

Happiness can be bought, apparently, but only to a point

Experts confirm that money does buy happiness – but only up to £22,100

It is widely accepted that money can’t buy you love. Now a new study has found that it can buy you happiness – but only up to a point.

Mitchell Johnson claims that England are ‘rattled’ by his hostile fast bowling

Ashes 2013-14: More bouncers are on the way for second Test, says Mitchell Johnson the destroyer

As if he had not done enough damage, Mitchell Johnson verbally bounced England on Wednesday. In a press conference in Perth, his home town, the fastest bowler in the world announced that Australia would continue bouncing their opponents.

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Trauma, illness and grim remembrance comprise this memoir collection – and that’s not to mention the genital warts

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