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The Jamaicans won their respective semi-finals while compatriot Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce took silver in the women's 200m behind the USA's Allyson Felix

 

Boxer Nicola Adams guaranteed at least silver after quieter day for Team GB, as Mo Farah comes through 5,000m heat and BMX riders deliver promising performances

 

Wife of politician Bo Xilai is charged with murdering Neil Heywood, a British businessman

 

MoD admits keeping remains and tissue samples from soldiers killed in Afghanistan without asking families

 

Regime and rebel forces grind towards stalemate, with neither side willing or able to make decisive move

 

Coalition's controversial education reforms have led to a 'clear drop' in students applying for university places

 

Israel welcomes strikes by Egyptian military against suspected Islamic militants in the Sinai

 

Phone-hacking legal fees and costs of splitting publishing from film and TV split contribute to figures

 

Chief claims 'factual inaccuracies' in accusations by US regulator that bank helped Iran avoid financial sanctions

 

Sir Mervyn King warns that there is some way to go before the economy recovers as Bank predicts growth will flatline in 2012

 

Gang of 16 attacked lone shopkeeper and robbed diners at Michelin-starred Ledbury restaurant in four-hour rampage

 

Simon Walsh, ex-aide to Boris Johnson, acquitted over images that 'showed activities likely to cause injury'

 

Punk band's members claim they are freer than those carrying out their prosecution as judge sets 17 August as date for verdict

 

Addis Ababa quiet on whereabouts of Meles Zenawi, the latest African leader thought unwell

 

Mziwamadoda Qwabe confesses to murdering honeymooner in Cape Town, saying her husband, Shrien, set up a contract

 

Man who opened fire in a Sikh temple in Wisconsin was not just a crazed loner, but a vocal neo-Nazi

 

Becoming Green, which laid off other staff, brings in prisoners in Wales for 'work experience'

 

Climate change: It's been a dull, damp few months and some scientists think we need to get used to it. Melting ice in Greenland could be bringing permanent changes to our weather

 

Flooding in Philippine capital eases long enough for rescuers to reach residents marooned in submerged villages

 

Bob Ashford barred from police commissioner election because of minor offences committed when he was 13

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Alexis Petridis on Birmingham Opera Company's bid to stage a mind-boggling Stockhausen opera

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Efforts being made to plug gaping leaks in online security policies exposed by hackers

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