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Shropshire mother 'unlawfully killed' in Tunisia attack

Sally Adey died in the shooting at the Bardo National Museum in March 2015. Credit: PA

A mother from Shropshire who was shot dead by terrorists in a museum in Tunisia was "unlawfully killed", a coroner has ruled.

Sally Adey, of Caynton, near Shifnal, died in the shooting at the Bardo National Museum in Tunis on 18 March last year.

The 57-year-old, who was originally from Lincoln, had been on a Mediterranean cruise with her husband Robert, who survived the attack.

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RAF typhoons sent to intercept Russian jets

File picture of RAF Typhoon taking off from RAF Coningsby Credit: PA

Two RAF Typhoons have been scrambled to intercept two Russian bombers heading towards British airspace, a Ministry of Defence spokesman said.

The jets were launched from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire this afternoon.

A RAF spokesperson said: “We can confirm that quick reaction alert Typhoon aircraft from RAF Coningsby have intercepted two Russian Blackjack bombers and escorted them while they were in the UK area of interest.

"At no point did the Russian aircraft enter UK territorial airspace.”


Terror suspect 'released from Portugal prison'

Paramjeet Singh Credit: Sikh Siyasat

A terror suspect from the West Midlands who was detained on holiday in Portugal has been freed from jail there, the Sikh Federation (UK) has announced.

Paramjeet Singh Saini, from West Bromwich, has been fighting extradition to India over alleged links to a murder and two explosions in 2009. He has always denied any involvement.

In a statement issued on the group's Facebook page, the Sikh Federation (UK) said: "We are grateful that the Minister of Justice in Portugal has rejected the case and false claims."

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