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news.sky.com — The inquest into the death of poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko could be scrapped and replaced with a public inquiry to allow evidence to be heard in secret. Coroner Sir Robert Owen has published a ruling which revealed that he cannot hear evidence on the preventability of Mr Litvinenko's death or linked to the alleged involvement of the Russian state in public.
news.sky.com — Researchers believe they may have discovered an ancient city deep in the Honduran rainforest, which could be a legendary metropolis known as the City of Gold. A 3D mapping technique called lidar has shown what appear to be ruins, including roads and building foundations, in the Mosquitia region.
news.sky.com — Sally Bercow was giving a "nudge and a wink" when she named Lord McAlpine after allegations about a senior Tory being a paedophile, the High Court has heard. The Commons Speaker's wife is being sued by the Tory peer for damages after she named him on Twitter last year.
news.sky.com — The 70th anniversary of the Dambusters raid will be marked with a flypast featuring a Lancaster bomber, two Spitfires and two Tornado fast jets. The famous aircraft will fly over the dam on Derwent Reservoir in Derbyshire at around lunchtime and then over nearby Chatsworth House where the public will be gathered to watch.
news.sky.com — One of India's most famous actors is on his way back to jail to complete a sentence handed down to him for firearms offences linked to the 1993 Mumbai blasts. Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt first presented himself at a special court in the city's notorious Arthur Road prison before being due to be taken to the Yerwada jail in Pune.
news.sky.com — The family of a British girl who died suddenly in India while being treated for dehydration have called for a full investigation into her death - and why her body was repatriated to the UK with her organs missing. Eight-year-old Gurkiren Kaur Loyal from Birmingham was on holiday in the Punjab when she was taken ill, and put on a drip.
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