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    Police kill 12-year-old boy wielding fake gun
    Police kill 12-year-old boy wielding fake gun
    The family of a 12-year-old boy who was shot by police while wielding a gun that turned out to be a toy, wants to conduct their own investigation.
    Rooney top Premier League earner on Forbes list
    Rooney top Premier League earner on Forbes list
    But Ronaldo, Messi and Bale way outearned him, sitting alongside Ibrahimovic, Falcao and Neymar in the top 20 of the world's highest-paid athletes.
    F1 championship could come down to reliability
    F1 championship could come down to reliability
    Lewis Hamilton regained the championship lead after four months at the Singapore GP, but the title fight could eventually be decided by reliability.
    Lewis Hamilton wins Italian Grand Prix
    Lewis Hamilton wins Italian Grand Prix
    Lewis Hamilton recovered from a poor start to win the Italian Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg on Sunday.
    British, French courts juggle the legalities of euthanasia
    British, French courts juggle the legalities of euthanasia
    A UK court has denied two men the right to die as a French court acquits a doctor for lethal injections and another orders a comatose man kept alive.
    Suspected Ebola cases in Liberia, Canada
    Suspected Ebola cases in Liberia, Canada
    Liberia suspects numerous infections and five deaths are from the Ebola virus spreading from neighbouring Guinea, with one suspected case in Canada.
    Pope Francis appoints first anti-child abuse panel members
    Pope Francis appoints first anti-child abuse panel members
    The head of the Catholic Church has appointed the first eight members of a panel announced in December to tackle paedophilia scandals in the church.
    Many killed during clashes in Egypt
    Many killed during clashes in Egypt
    At least 17 people have been killed during clashes between supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and police in Egypt.
    North Korea faces major food shortages
    North Korea faces major food shortages
    The United Nations has voiced concern by North Korea's food deficit, which is currently at its lowest level ever.
    Singer Ian Watkins pleads guilty to numerous sex offences
    Singer Ian Watkins pleads guilty to numerous sex offences
    In a change of plea, Ian Watkins of the Welsh band Lostprophets has pleaded guilty to the attempted rape of a baby, along with other sex offences.
    Gunman attacks Paris newspaper, bank
    Gunman attacks Paris newspaper, bank
    A French newspaper and banking chain were targeted in shootings in Paris, one of which has left a young man fighting for his life.