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June 13, 2016 8:42 AM Analysis: Trump and Clinton contrasts in Orlando response

WASHINGTON (AP) — For Donald Trump, Sunday's mass shooting in Florida was a moment to redouble his call for tougher action against terrorism and to take credit for "being right" about the threat. For Hillary Clinton, it was a time to choose words carefully and reiterate her call for keeping "weapons of war" off America's streets. The responses of Trump 22

June 12, 2016 5:34 PM Leicester turns out for Jubilee Square garden party celebrating Queen's 90th birthday

Union flags waved, music played and crowds braved the rain during a 90th birthday bash in Leicester's Jubilee Square for the Queen. Hundreds of people descended on the city centre today for an old-fashioned British garden party to mark the occasion. It featured the cutting of a giant cake fit for Her Royal Highness, a live link to national celebrations 13

June 12, 2016 8:16 AM The Queen's birthday: How she became patron of 600 organisations

This weekend, the Queen's role as patron for hundreds of charities and organisations is being celebrated with the Patron's Lunch, the finale of her official 90th birthday celebrations. What does it mean to be patron, what are the bodies for which she has an honorary role and what does she do for them? There are currently more than 600 bodies which can boast 18

June 11, 2016 7:49 PM George North an injury doubt for remainder of Wales' tour of New Zealand

North was injured in the final move of the game that saw Nathan Harris score the All Blacks' fifth try at Eden Park. He is due to be assessed on Sunday but Wales have already called up Keelan Giles from the Wales Under-20s squad currently competing at the Junior World Cup in Manchester. Giles, of the Ospreys, scored twice in the opening game of that tournament 26

June 11, 2016 2:03 PM Bangladesh: PM Sheikh Hasina vows to end deadly attacks

Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has vowed to bring an end to a wave of targeted killings of minorities and secular citizens in the country. She said her government would do whatever it takes to stop the attacks. Her comments came a day after police launched a concerted drive against Islamists, arresting more than 1,500 people this week. The opposition 18 1

June 10, 2016 10:13 AM German finance minister fires warning

As footie competition Euro 2016 kicks off, a reminder from Wolfgang Schauble of what Britain can expect if it secedes. In an interview with magazine Der Speigel and leaked to the Guardian, the German finance minister suggests Britain is dreaming if it thinks somehow it can still be part of the single market without being part of the EU. The Swiss and Norwegians 76

June 10, 2016 9:47 AM Senior House of Commons clerk, 51, who worked on the controversial HS2 high speed rail link plunges 60ft to his death from his flat balcony

A senior House of Commons clerk has plunged 60ft to his death in a suspected suicide. Oxford University graduate Neil Caulfield, 51, fell from a sixth floor balcony outside his apartment in Brockley, south-east London. Police cordoned off the exclusive OneSE8 development for several hours before declaring Mr Caulfield's death 'non-suspicious'. Mr Caulfield 15

June 10, 2016 8:44 AM Boyfriend Guilty Of Killing EastEnders Actress

Arthur Simpson-Kent admits in court to murdering Sian Blake and her two children before he agreed to be extradited from Ghana. The partner of former EastEnders actress Sian Blake has pleaded guilty to murdering her and their two children. Arthur Simpson-Kent admitted killing his 43-year-old girlfriend and their sons Zachary, eight, and Amon, four, when he appeared 17

June 9, 2016 10:29 AM Christopher Halliwell denies Becky Godden Edwards murder

A taxi driver from Swindon has denied murdering a 20-year-old woman reported missing nine years ago. Christopher Halliwell, 52, of Swindon, appeared via a video link at Bristol Crown Court. Becky Godden, also known as Becky Godden Edwards, was last seen alive in 2002 but was not reported missing until 2007 as her family believed she was living in the Bristol 48

June 7, 2016 8:11 PM 'She was unconscious the entire time': Swedish graduate student who helped stop Stanford rape describes what he saw

One of the two Stanford graduate students who came to the aid of a rape victim on campus last year is speaking out, just days after a judge let her attacker off with a light sentence. Carl-Fredrik Arndt and Peter Jonsson, both from Sweden, were biking to a frat party on the Palo Alto, California campus on January 18, 2015 when they saw swim team member 22