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Case of boys’ 1980 Whiston murder reopened

New information prompts police to reopen the unsolved case of two 11-year-olds found murdered in Merseyside 36 years ago. Source: BBC

Jeremy Corbyn’s response to anti-Semitism in Labour criticised by MPs

Jeremy Corbyn has failed to show consistent leadership on anti-Semitism within Labour, MPs say in a report that also criticises Twitter for not doing more to tackle such abuse. Source: BBC

Boris Johnson’s previously unpublished ‘pro-EU’ column revealed

Boris Johnson said the UK remaining in the EU would be a "boon for the world and for Europe" in his previously unpublished column backing the Remain campaign. Source: BBC

Child sex abuse inquiry: Dame Lowell Goddard must explain resignation, say MPs

MPs demand that Dame Lowell Goddard, former head of the child sexual abuse inquiry, appears before them to explain her departure after claims over her conduct. Source: BBC

Coronation Street: Tributes paid to actress Jean Alexander

Coronation Street stars including William Roache and Julie Goodyear pay tribute to "wonderful actress" Jean Alexander, best known for playing Hilda Ogden, who has died aged 90. Source: BBC

Climate change: ‘Monumental’ deal to cut HFCs, fastest growing greenhouse gases

Countries meeting in Rwanda have agreed a "monumental" deal to phase out gases used in fridges that are worsening global warming. Source: BBC

US election 2016: Trump faces sex assault claims

A woman says Donald Trump reached up her skirt and groped her in a New York nightspot in the 1990s, "just to prove he could do it". Source: BBC

Colchester dog attack: Parents’ tribute to baby killed

Parents pay tribute to "happy little loveable" Archie Darby, the four-month-old killed by a dog at a house in Essex Source: BBC

Ched Evans: Footballer found not guilty of hotel rape

Footballer Ched Evans says he is "overwhelmed" after being found not guilty at retrial of raping a 19-year-old woman in a hotel room. Source: BBC

Thais mourn death of revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej

The people of Thailand mourn the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, a pillar of stability in the country during his 70-year reign. Source: BBC

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Italy’s anti-immigration party “Casa Pound” hopes to be the voice of the new government

Voters go to the polls in Italy next week to choose a new Parliament. Political parties held rallies on Saturday ahead of the national elections on March 4. A far-right anti-immigration party called "Casa Pound" is on the rise in Italy and hoping to have a voice in the new government. Seth Doane reports.

Syria war: UN Security Council approves 30-day ceasefire

Some of the biggest jihadist rebel groups, and their associates, are not covered by the truce. Source: BBC