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MI5 expected to be criticised in Lee Rigby report

The coffin of Lee Rigby is carried from Bury Parish church in Greater Manchester after his funeral

A report into the murder of Lee Rigby and how much the security services knew about his killers prior to his brutal slaying is due out later today. Fusilier Lee Rigby was attacked and stabbed to death near army barracks in Woolwich, in broad daylight on May 22 last year.

His killers, Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, were sentenced to whole life and life with a minimum of 45 years respectively. The report is expected to criticise MI5 over its monitoring of one of his killers, but add that Rigby's murder could not have been prevented.

President Obama urges calm after Ferguson ruling

President Obama has called for calm after a Grand Jury ruled white police officer Darren Wilson would not face charges for the fatal shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager.

In a speech given shortly after St Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced Wilson there was "no probable cause" to justify murder charges, Barack Obama said the case highlighted the "deep distrust" between minorities and law enforcement.

Michael Brown parents 'profoundly disappointed'

Michael Brown's parents, Michael Sr. and Lesley McSpadden with Reverend Al Sharpton in September

The parents of teenager Michael Brown are "profoundly disappointed" a Grand Jury has decided not to charge the police officer who fatally shot their son.

Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr released a statement immediately after St Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch announced there was not enough evidence to link police officer Michael Brown to murder or manslaughter charges.

We are profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions. While we understand that many others share our pain, we ask that you channel your frustration in ways that will make a positive change. We need to work together to fix the system that allowed this to happen.

Join with us in our campaign to ensure that every police officer working the streets in this country wears a body camera. We respectfully ask that you please keep your protests peaceful. Answering violence with violence is not the appropriate reaction. Let's not just make noise, let's make a difference.

– Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr

Officer will not be charged for Brown shooting

Tributes to Michael Brown left at the spot where he died

The Ferguson police officer linked to the fatal shooting of an African-American teenager will not face criminal charges, a Grand Jury in America has ruled.

Darren Wilson, 28, fired the six shots which killed 18-year-old Michael Brown in early August this year. The unarmed teenager's death lead to a series of protests across America, some of which became violent. Local police came in for further criticism for the heavy tactics they used to control protests.

The Grand Jury in Brown's home state of Missorui said there was not enough evidence to charge Wilson. St Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch said that after hearing 70 hours of testimony from about 60 witnesses, the jury deemed that there was "no probable cause that a crime had been committed".

What is happening in Ferguson?

An unarmed black teenager was shot dead by a policeman in a small suburb of the American city of St Louis on August 9.

Since then, the state of Missouri has been swept by protests and controversial police tactics. Today, a grand jury will decide if the policeman who shot the 18-year-old Michael Brown should face murder charges.

The case so far:

  • Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson were caught walking in the middle of the road by police officer Darren Wilson, who ordered them to move to the pavement
  • Brown and Wilson struggled through the window of the police vehicle until the 28-year-old police officer's gun went off, either intentionally or by accident
  • The two African-American teenagers fled with Wilson in pursuit of Brown
  • Wilson shot Brown six times, killing him
  • Reports differ as to whether Brown had his hands up to surrender or was running towards the police officer

Jennifer Aniston: 'I'm proud of my work'

I'm in a wonderful place, I'm happy, I'm excited, I'm proud of my work.

– Jennifer Aniston

Richard Arnold catches up with Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston to talk about her movie Horrible Bosses 2!

Jennifer returns with Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis as everyone's favourite "working stiffs", who struggled under the yoke of supervisors so monstrous and out-of-control that they felt their only recourse was to bump them off.

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The Christmas they thought they'd never have...

A man who "died" six times on honeymoon has got a new heart and become a new dad. Thirty-four-year old Andrew Britton from Buckinghamshire collapsed and was on a life support machine for two weeks after a heart virus triggered six heart attacks leaving him in hospital for a year.

But now after a successful heart transplant and a baby boy Frank Fabio (named Fabio after his heart surgeon), former triathlete Andrew and his wife Lauren are having the Christmas they thought they'd never see. Myocarditis is a viral infection that attacks the heart and can happen to anyone. It can be caused by something as simple as a common cold if the bug gets into the bloodstream and reaches the heart. They join us now to talk about their experiences.

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