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The polar bear which mauled a 17-year-old schoolboy to death was elderly and had been suffering from worn-down teeth which would have led to it becoming stressed and behaving more "aggressively and unpredictably", an inquest has heard.
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Green county councillor David Williams is hoping to find a way to prevent it from taking place within the county.
Harry Roberts was best known for his 15 years behind the bar of the Blackamoor pub in Roman Road, Blackburn.
THE Citizens' Advice Bureau is predicting "financial woe for South Worcestershire families", because of Government cuts to funding for a free debt advice service.
The order would typically cost around $30, but the next time he tried to use his debit card, he discovered his account was overdrawn, which struck the teenager as odd.
Two men from the United Kingdom have been charged with blackmailing gay men via the social media app, Grindr, the British newspaper the Gloucester Citizen reports.
Britons fighting in Syria could be prosecuted upon their return home whether they are fighting for or against the Assad regime, a former independent reviewer of terrorism laws has said.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond, left, and county council leader Ian Hudspeth pictured on a visit to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, part of the Harwell research complex It includes A 26m towards the Western Conveyance Channel to tackle flooding in and around Oxford, and a technology and innovation training centre working with City of Oxford ... (more)
A man died after drinking a toxic herbicide which was sold to him as a weight loss aid, a court heard today.
A six week-old baby was beaten to death with a shoe and a plastic bottle, a court has heard.
Here's our list of schools that have so far said they will be closed, part-closed or fully open during the teachers' strike on Thursday, July 10. The list will be constantly updated as we get new information.
Friends Mohammed Nahin Ahmed and Yusuf Zubair Sarwar, who are both 22, spent eight months in the war-torn country last year after contacting jihadi militants over the Internet.
Three people were injured, one seriously, as thousands of daredevils raced alongside six fighting bulls in the second running of the bulls at Spain's world-famous San Fermin festival Tuesday.
An investigation has been launched in Hampshire after a taxi driver launched a road rage attack on a woman moped rider.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson, centre, arrives at the Old Bailey court to receive his sentence, in London, Friday, July 4, 2014.
At a news conference in New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the Compassionate Care Act, which allows doctors to prescribe marijuana in a nonsmokable form to patients with serious ailments that are recognized by the state on a predefined but flexible list of conditions.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 07:19 am
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