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Boyfriend of reality star arrested over acid attack

Arthur Collins, who detectives were appealing to trace, after a noxious substance was sprayed inside a Dalston nightclub, has been arrested.

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Knife wielding man arrested at Paris train station

A knife-wielding man has threatened police at Gare du Nord train station in Paris, causing panic before he was arrested.

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US to honour 'dumb' refugee deal with Australia

Vice President Mike Pence says the US will honour a refugee deal with Australia that President Trump described as "dumb".

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Tributes for an Italian cyclist killed during training

Michele Scarponi, the 2011 Giro d'Italia champion, has been killed in a road accident after being hit by a van while training.

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Hammond hopes for straightforward US trade deal

A free trade deal between Britain and the United States would be "relatively straightforward" to negotiate, according to Chancellor Philip Hammond.

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Huge power cut hits parts of San Francisco

A massive power cut threw San Francisco into chaos on Friday knocking out traffic signals, paralysing businesses and halting the city's famed cable cars.

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Second man arrested in connection with Hackney acid attack

A second man has been arrested in connection with a potential acid attack inside a Hackney nightclub.

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North Korea issues can be solved peacefully - Pence

US Vice President Mike Pence has said denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula can still be achieved peacefully because of Washington's new engagement with China.

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Islamic State militant linked to Istanbul attack killed

The United States says a secret military ground operation killed an Islamic State operative linked to an attack on a Turkish nightclub that left 39 people dead.

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Regulator investigating pro-Brexit campaign group

Britain's Electoral Commission is investigating whether the influential pro-Brexit Leave.EU campaign group broke the law over donations it received.

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French authorities name Paris gunman

Authorities in France have named the man who shot dead a police officer in Paris on Thursday night as Karim Cheurfi.

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Northern Ireland talks deadline extended

The government has said it was willing to extend the deadline on talks to form a power-sharing executive in Northern Ireland following the call for a general election in June.

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The Queen celebrates her 91st birthday

The Queen, the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch, has celebrated her 91st birthday.

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Security stepped up ahead of elections in France

Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says France has fully mobilised its security forces, to ensure citizens' protection during the forthcoming presidential election.

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Police arrest suspect in Borussia Dortmund bus attack

German police have arrested a man suspected of planting explosives targeting the bus of football team Borussia Dortmund last week.

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Dangerous extremists to be separated in prison

Three so called separation centres are being created as part of a strategy to tackle extremism in prisons.

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Increase in motorists receiving parking tickets

A private parking ticket is now being issued every 7 seconds, the equivalent of 9 per minute, 538 per hour and 12,904 per day.

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Sugary drinks to be banned in hospital shops

The NHS is stepping up the battle against obesity, diabetes and tooth decay saying sugary drinks will be banned in hospital shops unless suppliers cut their sales.

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Police issue arrest warrant for second suspect

Police have issued an arrest warrant for a second suspect in the shooting that killed at least two police officers.

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Police officer shot dead in Paris terror attack

A police officer has been shot dead - and another seriously injured following an attack in Paris.

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Jeremy Corbyn kicks off Labour election campaign

Jeremy Corbyn wants to defeat what he calls a "cosy cartel" at the heart of British politics that protects the interests of the wealthy.

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