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Finsbury Park: Man 'wanted to kill Muslims in van attack'

Darren Osborne is accused of driving a van into people near Finsbury Park mosques in June last year.

London sexual health clinics 'oversubscribed'

Several clinics have closed in London, with at least one NHS trust turning patients away.

Celine Dookhran case: Woman texts mother 'He's going to kill me'

A woman who survived an attempt to kill her tried to raise the alarm with a text message, a court hears.

First Elizabeth Line roundels installed

The first wave of Elizabeth Line roundels are put in place to mark 11 months until its openingy.

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US shutdown to end as Senate strikes deal

The US government shutdown is set to end after the Senate reached a temporary budget deal.

Pope Francis sorry for upsetting abuse victims

Pope Francis apologises for "hurting" sex abuse victims whom he accused of slandering a Chilean bishop.

Catholic deacon accused of murder by air injection in Belgium

A Catholic deacon and former nurse is accused of at least 10 murders, using injections of air.

Syria offensive: US seeks to address Turkey's 'legitimate' security concerns

Turkey has legitimate security concerns in northern Syria, where it has sent troops, Washington says.