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A female hospital staff member was stabbed to death in a "tragic" incident, an NHS Trust has said.
A spokesman for 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Wotton Lawn Hospital, said:
During the incident a colleague was stabbed and after being attended by fellow clinicians, was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
It is with deep sadness that we confirm that our colleague died a short time later. Our thoughts remain with their family and friends at this extremely difficult time.
"The full facts of this sad incident are still being established and therefore it is inappropriate for us to comment further at this time.
The spokesman was unable to confirm the role of the staff member, but it is understood that she was not a nurse.
Argentina's coach Alejandro Sabella believes Germany will have the advantage in the World Cup final.
Speaking after his team knocked the Netherlands out of the tournament 4-2 on penalties, Sabella said the fact Germany has a extra day's rest while his players faced extra time and a gruelling penalty shootout could be "crucial".
"Some of our players are sore, beaten, tired - the results of a war so to speak," he told reporters.
The match is extremely difficult ... Germany is always a difficult hurdle to overcome", Sabella added.
Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst closed Jean Paul Gaultier's haute couture show in Paris, embracing the designer at the end of the runway in a full gown.
Wurst, real name Tom Neuwirth, strutted down the runway in the prestigious closing shot of the couture show, usually reserved for the designer's favourite model.
Jean Paul Gaultier was full of praise for the bearded transvestite and said: “I always say that beauty is difference and Conchita has shown us all that she is unstoppable. And she looks great in couture; she is a real couture woman.”
Despite being branded a jinx after Brazil's crushing World Cup semi-final defeat, Sir Mick Jagger has refused to take the blame.
Sir Mick, who was pictured at the Mineirao stadium with his son Lucas, looked on as the host nation was beaten 7-1 by Germany.
But the Rolling Stones frontman told The Sun (£), "I can take the blame for the first German goal ... but not the other six!"
A man has surrendered to police following an hours-long stand-off in suburban Houston, Texas, local news station KHOU 11 reported.
It follows the deaths of four children and two adults who were shot in a "domestic dispute". Another person was injured in the shooting.
The Government is set to be hit by the biggest strike over pay since it came to power when over a million public sector workers walk out in a bitter dispute.
Teachers, firefighters, civil servants and transport workers are among the workers downing tools and joining the picket lines over pay, pensions, jobs and spending cuts.
Trade union Unison will stage an early morning demonstration outside Parliament, one of hundreds of events across the country to mark the 24-hour walkout.
Problems with billing systems can "turn households budgets upside down" and energy companies owe it to their customers to make any changes as smoothly as possible.
Citizens Advice chief executive Gillian Guy said:
– Gillian Guy
The knock-on effect of poor billing systems can turn household budgets upside down. Many people do not have the spare cash to cover the cost of a large bill that suddenly lands on their doorstep.
While we recognise Npower is receiving more complaints because it is starting to get over some of the earlier issues, it needs to do more to stop consumers' problems escalating.
Offering repayment plans and discussing ways they can help consumers from the off will nip issues in the bud and remove the need to complain.
Argentina fans are celebrating their World Cup semi-final win after the team beat the Netherlands 4-2 in a penalty shootout.
The number of complaints about npower and Scottish Power doubled in the first quarter of 2014, according to Citizens Advice.
Citizens Advice and Citizens Advice Scotland point to problems with new billing systems as to why there was a sharp rise in complaints.
Complaints about npower rose from 306.8 for every 100,000 customers during the closing months of 2013, to 592.4 between January and March - or one complaint for every 168.8 customers.
Scottish Power complaints increased from 100.5 per 100,000 customers to 197.7 in the first quarter.
All suppliers saw an increase in complaints, although the rise was only slight for some, it added.
Legal charity Reprieve has claimed it is "looking worse and worse for the UK Government on Diego Garcia", after the Foreign Office was accused of a cover-up over records that were lost due to "water damage".
Reprieve represents Libyan dissident Abdel Hakim Belhadj, who claims he was on a rendition flight through Diego Garcia.
Director Cori Crider said: "First we learn the Senate's upcoming torture report says detainees were held on the island, and now - conveniently - a pile of key documents turn up missing with 'water damage'?
"The Government might as well have said the dog ate their homework. This smacks of a cover-up. They now need to come clean about how, when, and where this evidence was lost."