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Families of British jihadi fighters: 'We're the forgotten victims'
The brother of a British jihadi, killed while fighting alongside the terror group al Shabab, is setting up a support group to help others who have suffered the trauma of having an extremist in the family.
Man who fought IS says British jihadis should not be allowed to return home
A Briton who has fought Islamic State forces in Syria says British jihadists who travel abroad to fight should not be allowed to return home because of the extreme threat they present.
PM set to pitch £40bn EU divorce bill offer during trip to Brussels
The Prime Minister is heading to Brussels for more crucial talks aimed at breaking the deadlock over the UK's Brexit negotiations.
Zimbabwe's new president to be sworn in today
Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa will be sworn in as Zimbabwe's new president later this morning.
Why Britain has embraced Black Friday
Look around you today, and witness an outbreak of furtive shopping.
Moped 'smash-and-grab' gang to be sentenced for 17 burglaries
Members of a moped gang have admitted or been found guilty of taking part in 17 burglaries.
Uma Thurman hits out at Harvey Weinstein: 'You don't deserve a bullet'
Uma Thurman has broken her silence on the slew of allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein, telling the disgraced Hollywood producer: "I'm glad it's going slowly - you don't deserve a bullet - stay tuned."
New hope for children battling leukaemia
A new way of treating the most common form of childhood cancer has pushed five-year survival rates above 90%.
Former Manchester City star Robinho given nine year sentence over sex assault
Former Manchester City forward Robinho has been sentenced to nine years in prison for sexual assault, according to Sky Italia.
Argentina submarine search: Sound detected is 'consistent with explosion'
A sound detected in the hunt for a missing submarine is "consistent with a non-nuclear explosion", Argentina has said.