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A 25-year-old man from Jersey has died in Cambodia.
Peter Riley was found in Sihanoukville Province, in the south west of the country.
His family have been informed, but Jersey Police have not released further details at this time.
The States of Jersey Police have informed the next of kin of the death of a 25 year male resident by the name of Peter Riley in Sihanoukville Cambodia. We have no further details at this time.
The Foreign Office has confirmed that a British National died in Cambodia on 25 May, and says it is providing consular assistance to his family.
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A man who murdered his drug dealer with an axe and was arrested with his victim's ear in his pocket has been sentenced to a minimum of 25 years in jail in Jersey today.
Darren McCormick, 36, killed Colin Chevalier in a "brutal and sustained" attack at Mr Chevalier's St Helier home in April last year following a row over payment.
McCormick hit the 46-year-old 40 times on the head and neck with an axe before attempting to decapitate him and cut off his limbs, Jersey's Royal Court heard.
He pleaded guilty to the murder in October and today told the court: "I know I killed him, I went berserk".
McCormick refused to stand when the sentence was handed out.
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The biggest earthquake in Jersey and Guernsey on the Channel Islands for almost 90 years has struck, with a magnitude of 4.2.
Rumbles of sounds were heard as windows rattled when the quake struck at a depth of seven miles around 12 miles west of St Helier at 12.54pm.
The British Geological Survey (BGS) said it was the largest earthquake to have hit the region since a 5.6-magnitude quake on February 17, 1927.A spokesman for the BGS said it was also felt weakly on the South Coast of England, but only caused "very minor" damage.
One local thought a plane had crashed nearby, while another reported that the impact was enough to make them jump and go outside.
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The two men missing in a dinghy whose rescue plane crash landed yesterday have been found.
Jersey Coastguard tweeted that a rescue operation is currently underway.
A spokesman for Jersey Coastguard has confirmed the search for two men missing in a dinghy is being handed over to the better-resourced French Coastguard, with the search area growing to more than 100 square miles.
The pair were headed towards Les Ecrehous reef, situated about halfway between Jersey and France, when they were reported missing.
The five people aboard Lion's Pride, the Channel Islands Air Search aircraft that crash landed in Jersey this evening, visited a nearby pub with police after their landing.
The manager of The Priory Inn John Dowling said "everyone was all right".
"Of course they were shaken up," he said.
"You would be too if you'd just crash landed a plane, wouldn't you?"
A spokesperson for Jersey Ports has confirmed all five crew members aboard a rescue plane that crash landed on Jersey's north coast are safe and accounted for.
Alan Donald confirmed the plane was being used in a search for two adult men believed to be missing in a dinghy. The search for the pair continues.
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