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A woman from Dumfries has told ITV Border how she and her boyfriend were locked in a sports store for over an hour during the shootings in Munich last night.
Twenty-year-old Amy Landsburgh was on holiday with her boyfriend in the German city when a gunman opened fire killing nine people.
She was shopping just 10 minutes away from where the attack happened.
Pledges to tackle hatred are being written at a Srebrenica memorial in Carlisle.
AWAZ Cumbria is holding a memorial exhibition 'Remembering Srebrenica - United Against Hatred' at Greystone Community Centre in Carlisle.
People are being invited to make their own Srebrenica Memorial Flower and write a pledge to tackle hatred.
More than 8000 Bosnian Muslims men and boys were massacred in 1995 by Bosnian Serb forces at Srebrenica.
A memorial exhibition 'Remembering Srebrenica - United Against Hatred' is being held by AWAZ Cumbria at Greystone Community Centre in Carlisle.
AWAZ Cumbria is a support organisation for Black and Minority Ethnic people in Cumbria.
In July 1995, more than 8000 Bosnian Muslims men and boys were massacred by Bosnian Serb forces at Srebrenica in the dying days of the Balkans War.
It remains the worst atrocity of European soil since World War Two.
The memorial exhibition will pay tribute to the victims of the genocide and to send a clear message to future generations to say 'Never Again'.
The event will also look at ways in which we can tackle racism, hatred, and intolerance within our community and further afield.
Children growing up in some of the Belarus villages worst hit by the Chernobyl disaster have been enjoying a special break in the Lake District.
For two decades the charity Friends of Chernobyl's Children has been offering the opportunity, as Ryan Dollard reports.
Cumbria Police have tweeted a message of support to police in Dallas, after five officers were killed by snipers during protests.
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The leader of the Liberal Democrats has said Tony Blair had a "single-minded determination to go to war", which now threatens "the safety of all of us".
Speaking in the House of Commons on Wednesday, Tim Farron added the "reckless and complete absence" of a plan led directly to the deaths of 179 servicemen and women.
He said: "What has come next is the fuelling of what is now ISIS, Daesh, which threatens not only Iraq, but the Middle East and indeed the safety of all of us".
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron has strongly condemned the decision to invade Iraq, following the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats says he hopes the findings can "in some way provide comfort" to families of servicemen and women who lost their lives.
Blair was fixated in joining Bush in going to war in Iraq regardless of the evidence, the legality or the serious potential consequences.
Daesh has arisen from the complete absence of any post conflict planning by the government.
Charles Kennedy’s judgement has been vindicated in every respect. I hope those in the Labour and Conservative parties who were so forceful in their criticism of him and the Liberal Democrats at the time are equally forceful in their acknowledgements today that he was right. An absence of scrutiny by the Conservative party opened the door for Blair and the Labour Government to pursue a counter-strategic, ill-resourced campaign.
I hope Sir John Chilcot’s findings can in some way provide comfort to the families of the British servicemen and servicewomen who lost their lives, and to the people of Iraq. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have lost their lives and a generation has been shaped by this illegal war.
Far from being Bush’s passenger, Blair was his co-pilot in taking this catastrophic decision which has destabilised Iraq, provided the hotbed for Daesh and tarnished Britain’s reputation around the world.
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