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  2. The first RAF flight carrying the bodies of British tourists killed in Tunisia will arrive back in the UK this afternoon

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  4. It's been a debate raging for years but this morning we're expected to hear that Heathrow is the preferred option for London's extra runway

  5. A day after their tenth anniversary, Hollywood stars Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announce their divorce

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UK police carry out counter terror exercise

In the wake of the Tunisia terror attack, the UK Metropolitan Police will carry out the UK's biggest counter-terror exercise.

SAS soldiers and 400 regular troops will take part in Operation Strong Tower; a drill to test the response to 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 metres from us."