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Air strikes continue after video
Police and intelligence services are trying to establish who this man is, a British jihadist believed to have perpetrated the on-screen beheading of an American journalist.

Air strikes continue after video

US airstrikes against Islamic State (IS) extremists in Iraq continued as intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic worked to identify the British jihadist believed to have carried out the brutal murder of American journalist James Foley.

World news

Silva confirmed as Brazil candidate

Silva confirmed as Brazil candidate

Environmentalist Marina Silva will be the new presidential candidate for Brazil's Socialist Party a week after its previous nominee was killed in a plane crash.

Sport news

Mackay sorry for 'text banter'

Mackay sorry for 'text banter'

Malky Mackay has apologised for sending text messages he admits were "disrespectful of other cultures" - but claims they were "part of friendly text banter".

Business news

London internet issues 'ludicrous'

London internet issues 'ludicrous'

Businesses in central London are losing more than 50,000 working days and £37 million a year because of broadband issues, according to a new report on internet speeds in the capital.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z's Cuba trip legal

Beyonce and Jay-Z's Cuba trip legal

The US Treasury Department's inspector general has determined Jay-Z and Beyonce's fifth-anniversary trip to Cuba last year was legal under rules allowing educational travel to the island.

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