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The Mail
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Restaurant critic AA Gill dies from cancer at 62 just weeks after revealing he had the disease 
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American journalist Austin Tice likely still alive in Syria four years after kidnapping
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Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field 'to face legal battle over wrongful dismissal'
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Rupert Murdoch must face a 'fit and proper person test' say the media mogul's opponents as he bids to buy broadcaster Sky 
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Migrant stopped for a routine check by Greek police 'shot and wounded an officer before killing himself' 
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'A girl has the right to live and learn and to be something': Syrian single mother of five who fled her home to escape threats of rape and murder defies opposition to set up women's football team in refugee camp
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YouTube star De'arra tricks Ken with dead girlfriend prank
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Journal of Charleston church shooter Dylan Roof revealed as he fights death penalty
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£11,000-a-term Stowe School caught in cash-for-places scandal
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The Guardian
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Acutely ill children waiting nine hours for beds in intensive care
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AA Gill dies weeks after revealing he had cancer in restaurant review
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CIA concludes Russia interfered to help Trump win election, say reports
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Peter Tatchell disrupts Jeremy Corbyn speech with Syria protest
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French MPs to vote on extending emergency powers beyond election
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Hundreds of people kill themselves after being in police custody, report finds
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The Gambia: troops deployed to streets as president rejects election defeat
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Irish courts to be asked to intervene in Brexit legal process
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Several killed as Bulgarian freight train derails and explodes
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The Star - Sport
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Arsenal v Stoke, Swansea v Sunderland, Hull v Crystal Palace: LIVE Premier League updates
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Pep Guardiola insists Sergio Aguero isn't dirty despite horror-tackle
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The future’s bright: An incredible potential squad of under-23 England players
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Carl Froch: Tony Bellew can cause HUGE upset in heavyweight clash with David Haye
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic calls on Manchester United to be more ruthless
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PAUL MERSON COLUMN: Arsene Wenger must keep Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal
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Man United Transfer News: Dimitri Payet swap deal, Divock Origi snub, defender exit fears
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Jose Mourinho cannot use Chelsea tactics at Man United and this is why - pundit
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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: I have a difficult decision to make
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Hoarding the cash: Which clubs have made most money from UEFA in the Champions League era?
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