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Cambridge student missing on Malaysian Airlines flight

A PhD student who studied at Cambridge has been named as a passenger on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

Yuchen Li, who's 27, and a graduate of Churchill College is said to have been on board flight MH370 which was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on Friday.

The news was confirmed in a tweet from Churchill College where Mr Li is reported to have studied engineering. The college said he recently got married.

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Briton charged with hacking Federal Reserve computers

A man from Suffolk has been charged in the US with hacking into computer servers belonging to the Federal Reserve and then stealing and revealing the personal details of people who use them.

Lauri Love was charged with one count each of computer hacking and aggravated identity theft. He faces up to 10 years in prison on the hacking charge and another two years on the identity theft charge.

Love was first arrested in October in the UK and charged by US and British authorities with hacking into and stealing data from a variety of US government computer systems, including those run by the military.

Read: Briton charged with Nasa hacking

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Hospital recruits in Italy and Portugal

Peterborough City Hospital
Peterborough City Hospital Credit: ITV Anglia

Recruitment teams from Peterborough Hospital are travelling to Italy and Portugal to recruit new nurses.

The Peterborough and Stamford Foundation Trust currently employs a thousand nurses and midwives.

Senior managers want to recruit more trained nurses
Senior managers want to recruit more trained nurses Credit: ITV Anglia

Hospital managers want to recruit a further 140 qualified nurses to reduce their use of agency staff.

Second court appearance for men linked to yachtsman's death

Roger and Margaret Pratt.

Four men have made a second appearance in court on the Caribbean island of St Lucia charged in connection with the death of a Suffolk yachtsman.

The four are accused of the robbery of Margaret Pratt and intention to cause grievous bodily harm resulting in the death of her husband Roger.

The couple were attacked on their yacht which they had sailed from Lowestoft.

The men will come before the island's High Court in April for a pre-trial hearing.

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