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Leeds United's caretaker head coach Neil Redfearn says he doesn't know whether he'll be in charge of Leeds or not for the West Yorkshire derby between Leeds and Huddersfield on Saturday.

He has been in control of the team at Elland Road since the departure of Dave Hockaday last month. Earlier this week, Massimo Cellino revealed that Redfearn is now out of the running for the permanent head coach job.

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Thai police admit they're no nearer identifying Leeds student's killer

There have been harrowing scenes in Thailand as the distraught parents of one of the two murdered backpackers arrived in the country as local police admitted they have no idea who the killer is.

It's four days since Leeds University student David Miller and Hannah Witheridge were found battered to death on a beach on the island of Koh Tao.

Today Hannah's family hugged each other in front of the cameras as Thai Police revealed they had no DNA match to any of the 12 suspects they've been questioning. Jon Hill reports.

Video: DNA rules out 12 suspects in Thailand student death

Police in Thailand say they have no idea who murdered the Leeds University student David Miller, 24, and fellow backpacker Hannah Witheridge.

The holidaymakers were found bludgeoned to death on the island of Koh Tao in the early hours of Monday.

Today Police said DNA results ruled out 12 of their suspects. And two British brothers - friends of David from Jersey - have now satisfied the authorities they had nothing to do with the killings.

23-year-old Hannah's distraught family today attended a joint police and British Embassy press conference in Bangkok.

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Thai police question more suspects during raids

Police hunting the killers of two British backpackers have carried out a number of raids on the Thai island where the pair were found murdered.

Thai police carried out raids on the island of Koh Tao Credit: ITV News

Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were discovered on a beach on Koh Tao on Monday.

Four more men are believed to have been questioned in connection with the deaths following the raids.

DNA tests have found no matches to link the two British backpackers to earlier suspects detained by Thai police.

Thai police questioned a number of suspects following the raids. Credit: ITV News

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Former Leeds United MD tweets from prison

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Murdered British backpacker's family arrive in Bangkok

Family of Hannah Witheridge have travelled to Bangkok Credit: RTV

The distraught family of murdered British backpacker Hannah Witheridge have arrived in Thailand

Relatives of the 23-year-old hugged each other as they arrived at the headquarters of the Royal Thai Police in Bangkok.

Officers have so far failed to match her DNA with any of their suspects.

Her body was found alongside fellow Briton David Miller, 24,on the island of Koh Tao on Monday. Post mortem tests have showed the pair died from head injuries.

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British backpackers died from head wounds

Two British backpackers found murdered on a Thai beach died from head wounds, tests have shown.

Post mortem tests carried out in Thailand found Hannah Witheridge died from head wounds while David Miller died from severe blows to the head and drowning.

Thai Police also revealed Mr Miller suffered wounds on his hand, indicating a struggle had taken place.

The pair were found murdered on a beach on the island of Koh Tao on Monday.

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