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After Oscar Pistorius is cleared of murder, his family says there are 'no victors' in such a tragic scenario
Marriage between two New Zealand men to win Rugby World cup tickets labelled a 'homophobic stunt
If some nations refuse to take part in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, they will be following in a long tradition
1 in 5 Londoners would vote for independence and a city-state might even benefit the rest of the UK
US and EU sanctions increase pressure on Moscow to withdraw support from east Ukrainian rebels
Oscar Pistorius is also found guilty of one weapons charge, but not guilty of murdering Reeva Steenkamp
YouGov poll puts No campaign back in front: but Farage is a risk and Cameron is in the soup
Campaigners celebrate as Murdoch says it's 'old fashioned'– but editors say readers still want it
Chelsea and Manchester United also in pursuit of the World Cup winner, who's 'open to a move'
After a six-month trial, Oscar Pistorius is cleared of murder but convicted of culpable homicide
Van Gaal forthright in dismissing Danny Welbeck's record - and praising his replacement
Arab states offer support to US military campaign, but CIA says IS may be much larger threat than originally estimated
Another step forward in the payments revolution – will the banks ever manage to keep up?
Philip Seymour Hoffman 'magnificent' until the end in slow-burn Le Carre espionage tale
Today is a momentous day in the history of the United Kingdom as millions of Scots vote on the future of their country. If the Scots vote Yes, the 307-year-old union between England and Scotland will come to an end.
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