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124 people charged in France since Paris attacks

It is the first time authorities have announced charges since the attacks on November 13 that killed 130 people and wounded hundreds of others.

A Su-24M of the Russian Air Force in May 2009

Russian military jet shot down over Turkey according to reports

The Russian defence ministry said the plane was on a bombing mission in Syria and crashed after it came under artillery attack from the ground

Morning news headlines: George Osborne agrees multi-billion NHS spending boost, Only one in eight child sex abuse victims known to authorities, study suggests

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16 held in Belgium as hunt for Paris attack fugitive continues

Salah Abdeslam was not among those arrested. Mr Van Der Sypt added that no firearms or explosives were found in the raids.

Mauricio Macri election win ends Kirchner era in Argentina

With 98% of the vote counted, Mr Macri, 56, had 51.5% support compared with 48.5% for ruling party candidate Daniel Scioli, Ms Fernandez's hand-chosen successor. Mr Scioli, governor of the vast Buenos Aires province, conceded defeat and Mr Macri claimed victory.

David Cameron visits the scene of the Bataclan attacks in Paris

British PM and French president visit the scene of one of the Paris atrocities as a major anti-terror operation continued in Belgium

One Direction named artist of the year at American Music Awards

The boy band beat Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj to the prize.

Three killed as gunmen take hostages and seize luxury hotel in Mali

Attackers seized about 170 hostages at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamako

170 hostages taken as gunmen attack Mali hotel

Army commander said 10 gunmen stormed the hotel shouting "Allahu Akbar" or "God is great" in Arabic before firing on the guards

Australian Eddie Jones appointed England rugby's first overseas head coach

55-year-old re-established himself among the top tier of international coaches through Japan's outstanding World Cup

Morning news headlines: Paris killer used refugee chaos to enter France - PM, police officers warn against cuts after Paris terror attacks

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NHS preparing contingency plans for doctors' strikes

NHS trusts are drawing up their plans for how to deal with three days of action by doctors in England, with contingency planning overseen by NHS England.

Fire response times the longest for 20 years

The average time it took to respond to a house fire was seven minutes 45 seconds, a rise of 20 seconds.

Police believe that a body found in a field is missing teenager Kayleigh Haywood

The 15-year-old, from Measham, Leicestershire, had not been seen since 6pm on Friday November 13, when she was dropped off outside Ibstock Community College in Central Avenue.

Morning news headlines: Massive police raid foils second Paris terror attack, Missing Kayleigh: Police find body in field

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Two dead, seven arrested as police storm Paris apartment

Woman wearing an explosive suicide vest blew herself up as heavily armed police tried to storm a suburban Paris apartment

Jonah Lomu dies: Tributes pour in after shock death of All Blacks rugby legend

Lomu had suffered from health problems since his retirement from the international game in 2002 due to a rare kidney disease

Paris attacks: French police storm building in search for Abdelhamid Abaaoud

The suspected architect of last week’s attacks is though to be hiding in an apartment in the suburb of Saint-Denis

Morning news headlines: Paris attacks mastermind surrounded in suburb gun battle, Corbyn ally Ken Livingstone to co-chair Labour trident review

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FHM and Zoo suspend publication of their men's magazines

A spokesman for the magazines' publisher, Bauer Media, declined to comment on why the decision was taken to suspend the digital and print operations for both titles, but referred to a statement that said "young men's media habits have continually moved towards mobile and social".

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Violent boyfriend guilty of Grand Union Canal body in suitcase murder

Man dies after being hit by train at Ealing Broadway station

Arsenal and Chelsea fans battled it out in the first ever zorbing football match on Wednesday November 18

Arsenal fans defeat Chelsea fans in Wembley Zorb showdown

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