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A seventh man has been arrested over the fatal shooting of Bradford man Imran Khan.
Mr Khan, 30, died after the incident in Round Street, West Bowling, on Monday night.
A 31-year-old man was arrested in Bradford last night on suspicion of murder and remains in custody today.
Four men, aged 28, 30, 30 and 34, who have also been arrested in connection with Mr Khan's death, also remain in custody.
Two other men aged 21 and 22, have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Police investigating the alleged murder of a Bradford man have arrested two more people.
Imran Khan, 30, was shot dead in Round Street, West Bowling, on Monday night.
Two men, aged 28 and 30, were arrested yesterday in Bradford on suspicion of murder.
A 30-year-old man who was arrested on Tuesday remains in custody today.
Two others, aged 21 and 22, have been released on bail.
A man who died after being shot in the head in Bradford has been named.
Imran Khan, who was 30 and from the West Bowling area, died in hospital after he was shot following a disturbance in Round Street at about 8pm on Monday, 6 June.
Two men aged 21 and 22 who were arrested on suspicion of murder have now been bailed pending further enquiries.
A 30-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder remains in custody.
A third man has been arrested over a fatal shooting in Bradford.
A 30-year-old man died from head injuries following the incident in Round Street, West Bowling, on Monday night.
Two men, aged 21 and 22, were arrested a short time later on suspicion of murder. A third man, aged 30, has also been arrested. All three remain in custody.
Trains between Bradford Forster Square and Ilkley are not running today after flash flooding caused a landslip on the railway near Baildon.
Heavy rain caused ballast to be washed away not far from Baildon station yesterday afternoon.
Engineers plan to work through the day and overnight to repair the line.
A bus replacement service is in place for passengers between Shipley and Guiseley calling at Baildon until further notice.
Network Rail said passengers travelling to Ilkley from Bradford Forster Square should travel by train to Shipley, where a bus replacement will meet them for onward travel to Guiseley, where they will reconnect with train services.
Passengers travelling to Bradford Forster Square from Ilkley should travel by train to Guiseley where a bus replacement will meet them for onward travel to Shipley, where they will reconnect with train services.
A man shot in a disturbance in Bradford has died from his injuries in hospital.
The 30-year-old man suffered serious head injuries following the incident on Monday June 6 on Round Street.
Police believe it was a targetted attack and have arrested two men aged 21 and 22 on suspicion of murder.
Our enquiries are continuing to establish the full circumstances of what happened and the events leading up to it.
A man has sadly lost his life and I would urge anyone who saw any suspicious activity in the Round Street area at around 8pm last night to contact us, so we can fully investigate this incident."
A man is seriously injured in hospital after a disturbance outside a house in Bradford.
It happened on Monday June 6 at around 8pm on Round Street where emergency services found the 30-year-old man who had suffered a serious head injury.
A cordon has been set up at the scene as officers carry out initial investigations.
Early enquiries are ongoing into this incident to determine precisely what has taken place.
A 30-year-old man has suffered what are life threatening injuries in an incident outside a property on Round Street at just before 8pm and police would like to speak to anyone who saw what occurred or has information which could assist with the enquiry."
Police have charged two men from Bradford over a crash which left two men dead.
Mirza Abdul Malick, aged 64, and Paul Hayward, 55, died after three vehicles collided on the Shipley Airedale Road on January 2.
Ismail Miah 22, of Springfield Place, and 27-year-old Muhammad Sikder, of Sylhet Close, have been charged with causing death by dangerous driving.
Both men have been bailed to appear before Bradford Magistrates on July 5.
Firefighters who were called out following concerns a female had fallen inside a hollow pillar discovered that it was actually a kitten.
Crews, including the technical rescue unit, were called to Ingleby Road in Bradford on Sunday afternoon.
The kitten had fallen into the pillar from a bedroom window. The firefighters used cutting tools and a camera to locate kitten and gain access to the pillar to rescue it.