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Barcelona terror cell 'dismantled' but manhunt continues
The terror cell behind Spain's deadly twin attacks has been "dismantled", but a hunt continues for one suspect, authorities say.
Barcelona may have been 'Plan B' for incompetent bomb-makers
Two or three conspirators working for months in the cellar of a house in an obscure village in Catalonia.
Twin terror attacks in Spain: The victims
Finland terror: Suspect in Turku stabbings 'targeted women'
The teenager suspected of several stabbings in Finland is believed to have specifically targeted women, police have said.
Knifeman in Russia attacks people in Surgut street
Seven people have been injured after a knifeman attacked pedestrians in the street in the Russian city of Surgut.
French fighter jet shadows British passenger plane
Airline Jet2 has asked French aviation officials to explain why one of its planes was shadowed by a French fighter jet.
Stephen Hawking spars with Jeremy Hunt over NHS
Stephen Hawking has criticised the Conservative Government for its handling of the NHS and accused Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt of "abusing" science.
NASA praises young British boy's 'great' rocket design
A budding four-year-old astronaut who sent NASA a letter asking it to build a rocket he designed was thrilled when the space agency replied with their own letter praising him.
US judge refuses to end Roman Polanski sex case
A US judge has denied a plea from Roman Polanski's victim to end the four-decade-old case against the fugitive director.
US eclipse expected to draw crowd of millions
Around 7.4 million people could descend on the US to watch Monday's total solar eclipse, astronomers have predicted.