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The son of radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza has been convicted of carrying out an armed raid at a jewellers.

Pair accused of Carole Waugh murder remanded

Two men were remanded in custody yesterday when they made their first appearance in court charged with the murder of Carole Waugh.

A-level success for siblings who fled from the Taliban

Four siblings who fled Afghanistan are celebrating after gaining a string of top grades.

Two arrests in Carole Waugh case

Police investigating the death of oil executive Carole Waugh made two arrests yesterday.

A makeshift shrine to Tia Sharp in New Addington yesterday

Tia Sharp suspect Stuart Hazell to face court after police say sorry

Stuart Hazell, the man accused of murdering the missing schoolgirl Tia Sharp, will appear in court today via video link.

Mo Farah hails Britain’s multicultural society for helping him win double Olympic gold

Mo Farah today hailed the role of Britain’s multicultural society in helping him to his double gold medal Olympic performance, saying it had provided him with the opportunity to shine.

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Three golds and three silvers for Team GB in a day of glory

Team GB won a flurry of medals today, taking gold and silver in the men’s canoe slalom, gold in men’s double trap shooting and a gold for Chris Hoy and co in the men's team sprint.

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