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Malik Faisal Akram, who took four people hostage, was investigated but deemed no longer a threat.
Tonga's government gives its first statement since a deadly tsunami to hit the island nation.
Airlines say the start of 5G mobile phone services on Wednesday will hit aircraft navigation systems.
A skier who hit a five-year-old in the French Alps who then died faces a possible charge of manslaughter.
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With nearly 100,000 disappeared people in Mexico, families have taken on the search themselves.
Mourners at Ashling Murphy's funeral are told her family has been "robbed of a precious gift".
Charlie Cytron-Walker was one of four people taken hostage by British citizen Malik Faisal Akram.
Security services take over an inquiry into a series of sightings and it is unclear who is to blame.
A mandatory Covid-monitoring app to be used by all Games attendees has security risks, analysts warn.
The defence secretary says he is sending short-range anti-tank missiles amid Russian invasion fears.
But the deputy PM backs Boris Johnson after he is accused of misleading MPs over a No 10 garden party.
A Delta outbreak in "zero Covid" Hong Kong will result in the euthanasia of 2,000 small mammals.
The Novak Djokovic visa saga was "a significant distraction for everyone", say Australian Open organisers.
The prisoners say they were unknowingly prescribed the drug despite warnings from health officials.