A man who was stabbed to death in the street in Burton on Trent has been named by police.
29-year-old Tomaz Bach-ta was found unconscious on All Saints Road on Wednesday morning. He died later that day.
Mr Bachta's family are continuing to receive support from specially trained officers.
A post-mortem examination took place on 16 July and the cause of death was given as a stab wound to the neck.
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Tomasz at this difficult time and we will ensure they get all the support they need.
"An investigation to understand exactly what happened in All Saints Road yesterday morning is ongoing and detectives are pursuing a number of positive lines of inquiry.
"I would like to reiterate my thanks to the residents of All Saints Road, and the wider community, for their continued patience and understanding whilst necessary investigation work goes on.
Twelve people have been questioned by detectives. Five have been released on bail.
A woman from Staffordshire has been charged with inciting terrorism and being a member of Islamic State.
The 26-year-old, who is from Burton-on-Trent stands accused of sending tweets encouraging others to "commit, prepare or instigate" acts of terror.
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has also been charged with belonging to a banned organisation, Islamic State, between October 2014 and January this year, according to West Midlands Police.
Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says he is determined to repay the club's fans for their support since he took charge, guiding the club to the third tier of English football for the first time in their history.
The former Chelsea and Leeds striker, who was capped several times for the Netherlands during his playing career took over as boss in November.
Burton sealed the League Two title beating Cambridge 3-2, after coming from 2-1 behind and having their goalkeeper sent off.
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A woman from Burton-upon-Trent who was arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terror offences has been bailed.
The 25-year-old was detained at Heathrow Airport by officers from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit at about 9pm last night after she had flown in from Turkey.
She had been living in Sparkbrook in Birmingham before leaving the county. She was travelling with her one-year-old son. She was also arrested on suspicion of child neglect and child abduction.
Police said the arrest was pre-planned and intelligence-led, and that there had been no threat to the safety of the flight or the airport.
A man remains in a critical condition in hospital after a lorry and minibus crash in Staffordshire.
Two people died and six others were injured in the crash, which happened on the A511 at Tutbury, near Burton-upon-Trent yesterday morning.
Two men are still being questioned by police after they were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Two men have been arrested for causing death by careless driving following the road traffic collision on the A511 at Tutbury, this morning.
One man is in his 20s from Appleby Magna, Derbyshire and the other in his 40s, from Quinta das Pedras, Portugal.
Two people died in the collision involving a minibus and a lorry near Burton-on-Trent.
Six other people were injured with a man in his 20s, currently undergoing surgery after suffering serious head injuries, Staffordshire Police confirmed.
Two people have died in a collision involving a minibus and a lorry at Tutbury near Burton-on-Trent.
The A511 remains closed.
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