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Who Is 'Briton' Who Beheaded James Foley?

Counter-terrorism police in the UK say they are investigating the English-accented Islamic State fighter who beheaded journalist James Foley.

James Foley's Family Warned He Would Be Killed

James Foley's family were warned he would be killed a week before he was beheaded by an Islamic State militant, it has emerged.

James Foley's Parents: 'We Know He's In Heaven'

The father of James Foley has said that he knows his son who was beheaded by militants "is in heaven", in an emotional tribute.

Cliff Richard Pulls Out Of Portugal Ceremony

Sir Cliff Richard has pulled out of a ceremony where he was to be awarded the Keys of the City of Albufeira near his holiday home in Portugal.

British Toddler Dies After Falling Into Pool

A British toddler has drowned after he fell into a neighbour's swimming pool in Spain.

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Celtic Draw First Leg With Maribor

Celtic claimed a 1-1 draw with Maribor in Slovenia in the first leg of their Champions League play-off clash.

Dzeko Signs New Manchester City Contract

Edin Dzeko has signed a new four-year contract with Manchester City, keeping him at the Etihad Stadium until 2018.

Mackay Not Heading To Palace

Sky sources understand Malky Mackay will not now be appointed as manager of Crystal Palace.

Hearn Planning Brook-Khan Showdown

Promoter Eddie Hearn has revealed that bitter rivals Kell Brook and Amir Khan could warm-up for a summer showdown by fighting on the same night in December.

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Kate Bush Asks Fans Not To Film Comeback Gigs

Fans of Kate Bush wanting to document her first comeback gigs in 35 years may be left disappointed after being asked not to film the shows.

Jackie Chan's Playboy Son Detained Over Drugs

Jackie Chan's son has become the latest celebrity to be detained on drug-related charges in one of China's biggest anti-drug crackdowns in two decades.

Tom Hanks' Typewriter iPad App Hits Number One

An iPad app created by Hollywood star Tom Hanks has shot to the top of Apple's iTunes Store.

Tim Vine Gag Named Edinburgh's Funniest

Tim Vine has said he is surprised after becoming the first comic to win the funniest gag award twice at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Perfumes Leave Bad Smell For Elizabeth Arden

Cosmetic firm Elizabeth Arden has seen its share price drop by 24% after it revealed a plunge in sales of celebrity-linked perfumes.

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Two BoE Members Wanted Interest Rate Rise

Newly-revealed minutes from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee show its members were split on a potential interest rate rise.

Bank Of America Agrees Record $17bn Settlement

Bank of America has agreed to a record $17bn (£10.2bn) settlement over its sale of mortgage-backed securities in the lead up to the 2008 financial crisis.

Russia Shuts Moscow McDonald's Restaurants

Russia's food safety watchdog has suspended operations at four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow over alleged sanitary law breaches.

Self-Employment 'Is A Ticking Time Bomb'

The rise of self-employed workers risks a 'pension ticking time bomb' for blue collar workers, a union has warned.

Carillion Ends Balfour Beatty Merger Chase

Carillion says it is no longer pursuing a merger with Balfour Beatty after the construction firm rejected a third offer.

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Drink-Driver Dons Mugshot T-Shirt For Mugshot

A booking photo of a 19-year-old man wearing a T-shirt featuring an image of his mugshot from a previous arrest has gone viral.

Monster Alligator Caught By Family In Alabama

A family in Alabama is celebrating the catch of a lifetime - a 15ft (4.5m) alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds (450kg).

Most Pierced Man Barred 'Over Black Magic'

The world-record holder for the most piercings has been refused entry to Dubai - claiming officials were worried he may practise black magic.

Man Drives Into Pool As Flip Flops Get Tangled

A man has driven his car into his own swimming pool after getting his flip flops tangled up in the pedals.

Man Rescued Trying To Sail To US In £300 Dinghy

A man has been rescued five miles off the Dorset coast while attempting to sail to America in a £300 dinghy.

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James Foley's Parents: 'We Know He's In Heaven'

The father of James Foley has said that he knows his son who was beheaded by militants "is in heaven", in an emotional tribute.

James Foley 'Died Doing Job He Believed In'

A friend and colleague of the US journalist apparently beheaded in a video released by militants has said he died doing something "he truly believed in".

Clashes As Liberia Slum Sealed Off To Curb Ebola

Liberian security forces have clashed with desperate protesters after using scrap wood and barbed wire to seal off a sprawling slum to prevent ebola from spreading.

IS 'Selling Oil From Seized Wells' In Iraq

The Iraqi government says it is troubled by reports that Islamic State militants are selling oil from wells they have captured in northern Iraq.

Missouri: Eric Holder Arrives Amid Protests

US Attorney General Eric Holder has arrived in Missouri, where protesters are calling for a new prosecutor to oversee the case of slain teenager Michael Brown.

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