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The New York Police Department's widespread spying programs directed at Muslims have undermined free worship by innocent people and should be declared unconstitutional, civil rights advocates say.
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A former police authority chairman has been convicted of persuading a friend to take three penalty points for him so he avoided a driving ban and furthered his career.
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Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team has taken on the former Marsden Fire Station building after buying it from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Sir Eric, who is one of the longest serving UK vice-chancellors and is president of Universities UK, said: "Universities have a significantly transformational impact on society and on the economy and I feel privileged to work in such a vibrant and important sector.
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A university student from Mickley, near Ripon, is about to embark on a three-month trip of a lifetime to help schools in Kenya.
A group of Keighley scuba divers have reunited a grandfather with part of a crashed Second World War plane which claimed the lives of his three colleagues.