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Man in court over Syria terrorism

A 31-year-old man is due to appear in court, where he is expected to be charged over an investigation into people travelling to Syria in support of terrorist activity.Read

Clashes before uprising anniversary

Egyptian riot police fired tear gas and clashed with dozens of protesters as they tried to tear down a cement wall built to prevent demonstrators from reaching the parliament and the Cabinet building in central Cairo.Read

Mumbai plotter jailed for 35 years

An American who played a key role in a 2008 terrorist attack on Mumbai, India, which killed more than 160 people, has been jailed for 35 years by a United States district judge in Chicago.Read

Britons warned to leave Benghazi

All Britons have been urged to leave the Libyan city of Benghazi in response to a "specific and imminent threat" against westerners.Read

Plea for more community bonding

Most Britons rarely or never socialise with people in their area, with only a minority saying they feel part of their local community, according to a survey.Read

Beer sales down for eighth year

Beer sales have fallen for the eighth year in a row, with 381 million fewer pints being drunk in 2012, according to a new study.Read

Petrol prices rising again, says AA

Petrol prices are on the rise again after more than three months of falling cost at the pumps, the AA has warned.Read

Leeds postcode tops burglary table

The UK's burglary hotspots have been revealed, including the postcode area where homes are most likely to have been targeted by thieves.Read

EU future on knife-edge, says poll

Britain's future in the European Union would rest on a knife-edge if a referendum was held immediately, polling has indicated.Read

Syrian warplanes bomb rebel areas

Syrian warplanes bombed rebel areas near Damascus as President Bashar Assad's troops battled opposition fighters for control of the road linking the capital to the country's largest airport.Read

Man dies as car crashes into river

A man has died after two cars carrying members of the same family crashed into a river.Read

Snow death toll his double figures

The death toll during the recent cold snap has hit double figures - as forecasters predicted up to another foot of snow is on the way.Read

Tax evasion crackdown questioned

Leading business figures have warned that David Cameron's push for international action on aggressive tax avoidance could undermine the economic recovery.Read

Man held in Syria terrorist probe

A 31-year-old man has been arrested by detectives investigating people travelling to Syria in support of terrorist activity and will be charged when he appears in court.Read

More arrests in Muslim gang probe

Detectives investigating a self-styled Muslim patrol gang made two more arrests, Scotland Yard said.Read

Not turning our backs, insists PM

Prime Minister David Cameron insisted Britain is not "turning our backs on Europe" as he met fellow EU leaders for the first time since announcing his plan to stage an in/out referendum on UK membership.Read

Anonymous cyber attackers jailed

Two self-styled "hacktivists" have been jailed for carrying out cyber attacks with hacking group Anonymous, one of which cost a website £3.5 million.Read

Co-op Bank to close 37 branches

The Co-operative Bank has announced plans to close 37 branches and confirmed it will roll out a rebrand that will see the Britannia name disappear from the high street.Read

Clegg: School choice not political

Nick Clegg has refused to rule out sending his children to a private school, saying the decision will not be based on politics.Read

Unions demand council living wage

Leaders of hundreds of thousands of council workers have launched a campaign for a rise in pay rates, saying many are forced to claim tax credits and free school meals to make ends meet.Read


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