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Missing Alice Gross: Live updates as police discover body in River Brent

mirror.co.uk — Commander Graham McNulty will make a statement outside New Scotland Yard this morning
Oct 01, 2014

RT @DailyMirror: Missing Alice Gross: Police confirm case is now murder investigation following discovery of body in River Brent mirr.im/YQYt2j

Oct 01, 2014

RT @DailyMirror: Missing Alice Gross: Police confirm case is now murder investigation following discovery of body in River Brent mirr.im/YQYt2j

'Please come home' - Plea to British schoolgirl feared to have fled to Syria to join ISIS

mirror.co.uk — Yusra Hussien's heartbroken family appeal to the runaway, who is believed to have been radicalised on the internet and who had hoped of becoming a dentist Yusra Hussien's heartbroken family have begged the runaway schoolgirl to come home amid fears she was poised to join Islamic State fighters in Syria.

Where are we? Win a travel guide if you can identify the location of our mystery picture

mirror.co.uk — Where is Mirror Travel? Win a great DK travel guide if you can identify this picture Each month, we post smartphone pictures taken by Daily Mirror Travel Editor Nigel Thompson while he was out and about. You just have to guess where he was when he took it.
Oct 01, 2014

New month, new mystery pic! Where are we? Win a travel guide if you can identify this location mirr.im/1rFNgNF via @DailyMirror

Watch incredible moment TWO great white sharks do battle in brutal clash

mirror.co.uk — The extremely rare footage, filmed in south Australia, shows why the fearsome fish are regarded as the ocean's most feared predator Great white sharks are feared man-eaters, but this monster was in the mood for a spot of cannibalism.

Were the 1960s really the greatest decade? You decide

mirror.co.uk — The 1960s gave the world the Beatles, but then again they also gave us the Vietnam war. Barry Cryer insists it was the greatest decade, but Paul Routledge thinks otherwise. So what do you think? The 1960s have been voted the greatest ever decade. But were they really?

Baltic cruise to Russia and Scandinavia was just perfect for this absolute beginner

mirror.co.uk — Angela Wormald discovers the delights of Russia and Scandinavia on her first cruise Steaks and sleep were in order before a whirlwind two-day discovery of the wonders of St Petersburg. The fabulous feast came courtesy of the Crown Grill speciality restaurant - the restful night was in our comfortable cabin on the Royal Princess, 'Kate's ship' which was named by the Duchess of Cambridge last year.

Rio Ferdinand slams Manchester City over empty seats during Champions League clash with Roma

mirror.co.uk — The ex-Manchester United man had a dig at City on Twitter claiming fans would rather be at home watching Gordon Ramsay on TV Rio Ferdinand has had a dig at Manchester City over the number of empty seats during tonight's Champions League clash with Roma.

Breaking news: Body found in river during hunt for missing Alice Gross

mirror.co.uk — Police announce find and say that the body has been removed from the scene, and say they will make a statement on Wednesday morning POLICE hunting for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross last night recovered a body from a river. Police hunting for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross last night recovered a body from a river.

Rugby season is TOO TOUGH warns Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea as more England players are injured

mirror.co.uk — "Unbelievably physical, unrecognisable from the game of even 5 years ago" sport adds Alex Corbisiero and Geoff Parling to list of World Cup hosts' crocks Conor O'Shea called for a ­shortening of English rugby's season after Stuart Lancaster lost another two forwards to injury.
Oct 01, 2014

Start season in October & give Test stars week off post 6 Nations. Conor O'Shea calls for change as injury toll rises mirr.im/YP3Jnh

Sep 30, 2014

RT @MirrorRugbyU: Rugby season is TOO TOUGH warns Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea as more England players are injured mirr.im/YP3Jnh

Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs' England chances talked up by Wenger ahead of Galatasaray clash

mirror.co.uk — Hodgson will attend Emirates match the day before naming his Three Lions squad for the latest Euro qualifiers - will the injury-plagued left-back get the call? Arsene Wenger has backed Kieran Gibbs to follow in Ashley Cole's footsteps and become England's first-choice left-back.
Sep 30, 2014

Kieran Gibbs for England. Wenger leads campaign as he says he can follow Ashley Cole's example. Hodgson going to #afc mirror.co.uk/sport/football…

Sep 30, 2014

RT @MirrorFootball: 4) Kieran Gibbs for England! Wenger turns cheerleader as Roy Hodgson gets set to attend #ARS vs Galatasaray. mirr.im/1pEATfF

Mikel Arteta joins Arsenal contract-signing party by extending his Gunners deal until 2016

mirror.co.uk — Skipper follows in the footsteps of Olivier Giroud, Laurent Koscielny, Santi Cazorla and Tomas Rosicky - and almost-fit-again Theo Walcott is the next in line Mikel Arteta has signed a new one-year contract extension to stay at Arsenal until 2016. The Gunners will announce the deal during the international break which starts next Monday.

Driest ever September leaves rivers and reservoirs parched as just 20% of average rainfall

mirror.co.uk — But sun worshippers continued to bask in the heat - and temperatures today are expected to hit 21C which will be hotter than Bondi Beach in Sydney Stretches of many rivers have become parched by what has been the driest September since records began.
Sep 30, 2014

Driest ever September leaves rivers and reservoirs parched as just 20% of average rainfall mirr.im/1wVx9vX

Disabled Tory Party member pens furious letter to Cameron and Co

mirror.co.uk — When the Prime Minister takes to the stage of the Conservative Party conference, among the ranks of the faithful gathered in Birmingham will be Mary Laver, 66, a disabled party member from Newcastle upon Tyne. Mary is a lifelong Conservative but she is also at a loss as to why her party is treating people like her with such contempt.