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Missing Becky's family 'devastated'
Two people remain in custody on suspicion of murdering the missing teenager

Missing Becky's family 'devastated'

The family of Becky Watts have said they are "devastated" after police searching for the missing teenager found some body parts at an address in Bristol.

World news

Mourners gather for Nemtsov service

Mourners gather for Nemtsov service

Thousands of mourners and dignitaries have filed past the white-lined coffin of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, many offering flowers as they paid their last respects to one of the most prominent figures of Russia's beleaguered opposition.

Sport news

Alonso to miss Melbourne

Alonso to miss Melbourne

Fernando Alonso is to sit out the season-opening Formula One Grand Prix in Australia on advice from doctors.

Business news

Barclays boss takes £1.1m bonus

Barclays boss takes £1.1m bonus

Barclays bank boss Antony Jenkins has accepted his first annual bonus since taking over but a rise in underlying profits was marred by a fresh £750 million hit from the foreign exchange (forex) rate-rigging scandal.

Technology news

Ikea introduces wireless charging

Ikea introduces wireless charging

Ikea has taken efficient furniture to new levels with the launch of a line that contains wireless charging technology to power smartphones.

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Twitter adds Sheen to NHS debate

Twitter adds Sheen to NHS debate

He has amassed dozens of awards for his acting roles, but Michael Sheen has found himself on the receiving end of unprecedented praise for playing himself after delivering a rousing speech in defence of the NHS.

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