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Teenager dies after suspected firearms incident in Suffolk

Teenager dies after suspected firearms incident at Thurston in Suffolk Credit: ITV News Anglia

Two teenagers have been arrested following the death of a fourteen year old boy in Suffolk.

Police believe a firearm may have been used in the incident at Thurston near Bury St Edmunds this afternoon ( Sunday 1st May).

Officers were called by ambulance crews to reports of a critically injured teenager. He was taken to the West Suffolk Hospital where he later died.

The boys are being questioned on suspicion of manslaughter.

Protesters leave Baghdad's Green Zone

The Green Zone protesters issued an escalating set of demands, including a parliamentary vote on a technocrat government. Credit: REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani

Protesters who have spent the last 24 hours camped out in Baghdad's Green Zone have begun to leave the heavily fortified area.

The protester's pledged to return next week to keep pressure on government. Credit: REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani

It comes after hundreds of people stormed Iraq's government district on Saturday after lawmakers failed to meet for a vote on overhauling the regime.

The crowds, who issued demands for political reform before they left the Green Zone, pledged to return by the end of the week to keep up the pressure.

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Family 'heartbroken' by death of Norway crash victim

Iain Stuart was among 13 people killed in a helicopter crash off the coast of Norway Credit: Police Scotland/Family handout

The family of Iain Stuart, a British national who died in a helicopter crash off the coast of Norway, have said they have been left "heartbroken" by the loss of "a loving husband and devoted father".

Mr Stuart was one of 13 victims who died when the Airbus Super Puma aircraft they were travelling on crashed on Friday off the Norwegian coast.

Police Scotland issued a statement on behalf of Mr Stuart's family today saying they were "devastated at the loss of Iain in Friday's tragic helicopter crash in Norway."

We as a family are devastated at the loss of Iain in Friday's tragic helicopter crash in Norway.

Iain was a loving husband and devoted father to his two children and as a family we are heartbroken. He was a caring son, brother, uncle and friend to many.

We are appreciative of all the messages of support and kind thoughts.

We now ask, as a family, that we are allowed some privacy at this difficult and sad time to grieve and come to terms with our loss.

– Stuart family statement

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Post match praise for Leicester as fans stay #Fearless

Leicester's fans cheer on the Foxes despite disappointment the title slipped from their grasp today Credit: PA
Leicester City Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha applauds the fans after Leicester's draw at Old Trafford, Credit: PA
Sporting respect: Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri and Manchester United's Anthony Martial (left) after the game Credit: PA
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