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Watch: Jalal Uddin murder trial hears of accused's support for ISIS

A court has heard how a man accused of being part of a plot to murder an Islamic scholar in Rochdale had photos on his phone showing his support for Islamic State and ISIS.

Jalal Uddin was 72 when he was beaten to death he was walking home from a friend's house after prayers.

Mohammed Syeedy, who's 21 and from the the town, denies murder.

Matt O'Donoghue's been in court:

Watch: Are Greater Manchester Police failing victims of crime?

What's going wrong with Greater Manchester Police - and are they failing thousands of victims of crime?

A report's revealed they've failed to record more than 38,000 reported crimes in the past year.

The report describes GMP as inadequate. That's the worst rating possible.The force blames a lack of training and does admit it needs to improve. But an organisation that represents victims of crime says it's not good enough.

Sarah Rogers reports:

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Watch: Gran fights back after ordeal

Disabled grandmother Barbara Dransfield, who was left fighting her life after robbers beat her so badly, they broke every single bone in her face.

A month on, the good news is Barbara is now out of hospital. She says she's been overwhelmed with cards, flowers and thousands of messages of support from around the world - and that is helping her to recover..

She's been speaking to our Correspondent Daniel Hewitt.

Watch: Chris Hall speaks to Olympic heroine Sam Quek

Sam Quek Credit: ITV Granada

As the North West continues to celebrate our Olympic success we had a visit from women's hockey star Sam Quek from the Wirral.

She had us all emotional this week when she rushed back from Rio to see her 95 year old grandmother, Dolly, who'd suffered a stroke just days before Sam won that historic gold medal.

She speaks to our sports correspondent Chris Hall:

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