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      Flowers laid for 7/7 anniversary

      Flowers are laid in memory of the 52 people killed in the 7 July bombings - 10 years to the hour since suicide bombers began the attacks.

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      Greek PM to present new debt plan

      Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is to present new proposals at a eurozone emergency summit on his country's growing debt crisis.

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      Migrant dies on Channel Tunnel train

      A migrant has died on a freight shuttle trying to reach Britain, Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel says.

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      Sunday trading laws could be relaxed

      Shops in England and Wales could be allowed to open for longer on Sundays, under plans to be unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne.

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      Energy customers 'paying too much'

      Millions of energy customers have been "paying too much for their energy bills", a year-long investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority finds.

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      US 'intensifying' anti-IS campaign

      The US-led coalition fighting Islamic State is "intensifying" its campaign against the group's base in northern Syria, President Barack Obama says.

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      Cosby 'obtained sedatives for sex'

      US comedian Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 to obtaining sedatives with the intent of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with, court documents say.

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      Karate Kid producer Weintraub dies

      Jerry Weintraub - the Hollywood producer of the Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven films - dies in California aged 77, US media say.

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      'Legal highs' linked to prison deaths

      The use of so-called legal highs has been a factor in at least 19 prisoner deaths, the Prisons Ombudsman says.

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      BBC boss defends licence fee deal

      BBC director general Tony Hall defends the corporation's decision to take on the cost of free TV licences for people over the age of 75.

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      Source: BBC International