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08/07/2010 - 16:26

UK & USA Today Editoweb 8 July 2010

Police hunting a fugitive 'gunman' in Northumberland say he has made threats to members of the public. aoul Moat has now been on the run for six days after he allegedly shot his former girlfriend and killed her new partner in Gateshead.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 8 July 2010
Moat makes threats to the public
Police hunting a fugitive 'gunman' in Northumberland say he has made threats to members of the public. aoul Moat has now been on the run for six days after he allegedly shot his former girlfriend and killed her new partner in Gateshead. On the wider threat, Detective Chief Superintendent Neil Adamson said: "There is information that has come to our attention that has led us to conclude there is a wider threat to the public. "From day one the key priority, the main priority, has been the protection of the public and that has always been the case."(itn)

Europe shares hit 10-day closing high
European shares hit their highest in more than a week on Thursday as encouraging economic numbers lowered worries about the global economic recovery, while banks surged as more details of the sector's stress tests emerged. Positive earnings updates from some European companies also improved sentiment. Investor appetite for risky assets such as equities rose, with the VDAX-NEW volatility index falling to its lowest in more than two weeks. The FTSEurofirst 300 index of top European shares provisionally finished 0.8 percent higher at 1,013.94 points, the highest close since late June. It ended higher for a third straight session after falling more than 7 percent in the previous two calendar weeks.(reuters)

Stop and search powers dramatically curbed
Police stop-and-search powers have been dramatically curbed as Home Secretary Theresa May ruled they should only be used against suspected terrorists. The move was welcomed by civil liberties campaigners, coming after years of complaints that police misused the anti-terror laws to interrogate law-abiding citizens. It follows a recent European Court of Human Rights ruling that the power to search people without suspicion - under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 - was illegal.(itn)

Blast kills 100th UK soldier in Sangin
The number of British soldiers killed in Sangin has reached 100 following the death of a member of the UK forces in the deadly region earlier. The serviceman, from 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, died after being hit by an explosion while on a foot patrol, the Ministry of Defence said. His family have been informed.(itn)

British Soldier Killed In Afghanistan Blast
A British soldier from 5th Regiment Royal Artillery has been killed in an explosion in Afghanistan, the MoD has confirmed. The serviceman was on foot patrol in the Sangin District of Helmand Province when he died. His family has been informed. Lieutenant Colonel James Carr-Smith, spokesman for Task Force Helmand, said: "He died doing his duty, alongside his mates, whilst seeking to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans.(skynews)

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