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March For Our Lives: Huge gun-control rallies sweep US

Student-led March For Our Lives events nationwide draw hundreds of thousands of protesters.

Gun marchers: 'Our message to the world is...'

Tens of thousands of people protested in Washington over gun laws. What was their message to the rest of the world?

Arnaud Beltrame: France lauds policeman who swapped with hostage

France mourns an officer who died saving the lives of hostages held by an Islamist gunman.

Vote Leave 'broke spending limits' in Brexit referendum

Brexit activist Shahmir Sanni claims the campaign used the group BeLeave to overspend.

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Workington man 'had bomb-making instructions', court hears

Shane Fletcher, 20, will go on trial for a terrorism offence in September.

Juror Callum Toole fined £1,000 for playing on phone during trial

A judge says Callum Toole was "childish" and "immature" to play on his phone.

World Down’s Syndrome Day: Tattoos make a statement

Families decided to make a statement by getting a tattoo for World Down’s Syndrome Day.

Underley Hall owner Derrick Cooper guilty of assault and cruelty

Derrick Cooper was cleared by a jury of six other assault charges following a seven-week trial.