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Fans urged to arrive at Wembley early tonight

France supporters will be joined by the English this evening. Credit: PA

Football fans are being urged to arrive at Wembley stadium early this evening ahead of England's friendly against France.

Security will be visibly heightened in the wake of the attacks in Paris, with armed officers on duty.

Various tributes are planned to honour those killed - including the singing of French national anthem.

Eurostar axes Brussels services tomorrow due to strike

Eurostar has had to axe its Brussels services tomorrow due to a national strike in Belgium.

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The Channel Tunnel high-speed train company will not be operating to and from the Belgian capital, with a reduced service starting and finishing at Lille in northern France.

Eurostar has also had to cancel one of tonight's London to Brussels services, which had been due to leave St Pancras at 7.34pm. In addition, this evening's London-Brussels 6.04pm train was departing 30 minutes later.

Eurostar services between London and Paris are unaffected.



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Surrey Police continuing to investigate Alps murders

Surrey Police said they would continue to work with French authorities on the investigation.

A statement added:

The 54-year-old man, from Chessington, was arrested on 24 June 2013 on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder and interviewed as part of the on-going investigation.

At this stage there is insufficient evidence to charge him with any criminal offence and no further police action is being taken at this time.

Saad and Ikbal Al-Hilli from Claygate, Surrey and her mother Suhaila al-Allaf, who lived in Sweden, were found shot dead along with French cyclist Sylvain Mollier on a remote forest road in Chevaline on September 5 2012.

This remains a French-led investigation and officers from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team continue to work closely with the French authorities.

We have carried out exhaustive enquiries in the UK on a number of active lines of enquiry under the terms of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT).

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