UK police carry out counter terror exercise

The UK Metropolitan Police will carry out the UK's biggest counter-terror exercise.

SAS soldiers and 400 regular troupes will take part in Operation Strong Tower; a drill to test the response to a major terrorist attacks.

A number of suspected accomplices have been arrested over the Tunisia terror attacks and the Government's crisis response committee, COBRA, meets today.

There will be a national minute of silence on Friday at 12pm.

Prime Minister, David Cameron said, "together we will prevail" against terror.

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Tunisia hero Paul Short saved man's life

From the terror in Tunisia has emerged tales of heroism, bravery and survival.

Paul Short has been described as a hero after running into the gun fire to help a man who was bleeding to death.

Paul and wife Sarah are now safely home in Northumberland.

Paul said, "I didn't even ask him his name, I was that concerned that he was bleeding... the gunman was just around the corner, not even 50 meters from us."

He said he'd be back! Arnie is here

No no no, this guy only has 27 lines! I don't want to go backwards with my career. I want to be a hero!

– Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted to play the hero in Terminator but a chat with director James Cameron led to him becoming the Terminator

He's back!

But as the Terminator makes it's return, Arnold Schwarzenegger tells us that he wasn't originally the main man for the role.

Arnie's most famous line, "I'll be back", is the most quoted line in movie history but that almost didn't go to plan either. Arnie said, "When I said it, I felt it did sound strong enough. I thought it would be more machine-like to say, 'I will be back'. James Cameron said, 'no... what does the script say... stick to what I wrote."

Terminator Genisys is in cinemas from 2 July.