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The victims of a marauding gun attack on Britain's streets would probably have to wait until the attackers had been dealt with by armed police before they could be treated, according to Scotland Yard commanders.
Prince Harry has marked World Aids Day by visiting charities in South Africa that use sport to help children living in poverty.
The United States is expanding its special operations force in Iraq to bolster the fight against Islamic State militants, Pentagon chief Ash Carter has said.
Sky is raising a toast to its newest union after it announced the new series of Don't Tell The Bride will air on Sky 1 next year.
Not to be outdone by Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the new Captain America film - the makers of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice have released a new teaser.
Bob Geldof has revealed that he "half-expected" the death of his daughter Peaches.
The three remaining New Order bandmates have said they are "disappointed" bassist Peter Hook is suing them for millions in unpaid royalties.
Chelsea have submitted a planning application for a new stadium at Stamford Bridge which will have an expanded seating capacity of 60,000.
Vitali Klitschko has admitted his younger brother Wladimir was "not in good condition" during last Saturday's defeat to Tyson Fury.
Manchester United's more conservative style of play under Louis van Gaal has contributed to Wayne Rooney's worst ever slump in form, according to Matt le Tissier.
Adam Bogdan has insisted he is happy to remain patient and await his chance to become Liverpool's No 1 goalkeeper.