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Alps crash co-pilot rehearsed his plan on an earlier flight on the day of the crash

150 people on the Airbus A320, including three Britons, were killed when it crashed on March 24

Sainsbury's profits drop 14.7%

Shopping trolleys at a Sainsbury's supermarket
First drop in more than a decade

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Alps crash co-pilot rehearsed his plan on an earlier flight on the day of the crash

150 people on the Airbus A320, including three Britons, were killed when it crashed on March 24

Shopping trolleys at a Sainsbury's supermarket

Sainsbury's profits drop 14.7%

First drop in more than a decade

Morning news headlines: Final day of election campaigning; Miliband optimistic; UKIP pair in spotlight

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Another Mediterranean migrant tragedy being reported by Save the Children aid group

Incident is thought to have happened on Sunday in the sea between Libya and Sicily and the exact toll is unknown

Brother of Sinn Fein president loses appeal against convictions and sentence for raping and abusing his daughter

Liam Adams jailed for 16 years in 2013 after being found guilty of abuse against his elder daughter

Morning news headlines: Final campaigning in election; Queen to meet baby Charlotte; father's murder trial

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Jimmy Greaves July 1965

Football legend Jimmy Greaves in intensive care after suffering stroke

75-year-old former England and Tottenham striker recovered from minor stroke in 2012

An armed police officer stands guard on a road near the Curtis Culwell Center where a provocative contest for cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad was held Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Garland, Texas. The contest was put on lockdown Sunday night and attendees were being evacuated after authorities reported a shooting outside the building. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Two gunmen shot dead after opening fire outside US cartoon contest

Incident occurred at Curtis Culwell Centre in Dallas where contest for cartoon depictions of Prophet Mohammed was taking place

Three RAF Chinook helicopters to join the aid efforts in Nepal

Chinook helicopters to join up with a team of Gurkha engineers in Nepal to assist with the aid operation

DJ Neil Fox to stand trial in November on sex charges

DJ Fox denies nine offences spanning two decades

Papua New Guniea hit by earthquake, but no tsunami

No immediate reports of damage or injuries of the 6.8 magnitude quake

Apple Watch not working for some users with tattoos

Dark ink disrupts and confuses some sensors on the underside of the watch

Woolworths, Ethel Austins and other high street store workers lose fight for compensation

3,200 ex-employees of Woolworths and 1,200 former staff at Ethel Austin will not receive any money after a decision by the European Court of Justice

120 Britons back home from Nepal and reunited with loved ones

Britons who had been stranded in Nepal after earthquake now back on home soil

Baltimore curfew helps riot-torn streets become quiet as 3,000 police and National Guardsmen control the streets

10pm curfew hit a few problems but the small crowd rapidly dispersed

British man is on board a cargo ship seized by Iranian authorities

The incident with the Maersk Tigris, which prompted the US Navy to dispatch a destroyer and a plane, comes at a critical time in Iran's relations with its neighbours and the US.

Over 5,000 dead, 10,000 injured and over 8 million affected in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake

Over 10,000 injured after Saturday's 7.8 magnitude earthqauke which was centred just outside of Kathmandu

Morning news headlines: Parties focus on family finances, Briton's Nepal quake death report probed

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Ventriloquist Keith Harris, famous for his act with his puppet duck Orville, who has died aged 67

Ventriloquist Keith Harris, famous for act with puppet duck Orville, dies aged 67

Much-loved entertainer died in Blackpool hospital after battle with cancer

South Korean coast guard officers try to rescue passengers from a ferry sinking in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast on Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing despite a frantic, hours-long rescue by dozens of ships and helicopters. At least four people were confirmed dead and 55 injured. (AP Photo/Yonhap) KOREA OUT

The captain of South Korean ferry which sank killing more than 300 people has been jailed for life

Lee Joon-seok has been sentenced to 36 years in jail for negligence and abandoning passengers in need

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Harrow fundraisers collect thousands for victims of Nepal disaster

Community fundraiser for burgled WW2 veteran smashes target

Harrow Leisure Centre marks 40th anniversary with free open day activities

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