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Controlling man pleads guilty to girlfriend's manslaughter

Hussein Abu pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his girlfriend
A "violent and controlling" man who brutally beat and killed his girlfriend in her own home will be sentenced today after pleading guilty to manslaughter midway through his trial.   Hussein Abu, 37, from Whitechapel, east London, had been in a turbulent relationship with his victim- 26-year-old Sannah Javed for a number of years. ...




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Prime minister David Cameron said on Thursday (21) that restricting welfare payments to EU workers was an "absolute requirement" of his efforts to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the bloc, as he unveiled a new crackdown on im More News »

Tamil thriller takes refugee crisis to Cannes

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Malala urges world leaders to give all girls 12 years at sch

Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, who won a Nobel peace prize for education campaigning, called on world leaders on Thursday (21) to give 12 years of free schooling to every child following a major education summit, saying this was critical for More News »

Indians lead the way in top jobs

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