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Police search north Paris for Charlie Hebdo attackers

Police are searching north-east of Paris for the main suspects in Wednesday's deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine.

The two men reportedly robbed a petrol station near the town of Villers-Cotterets.

The village of Longpont was sealed off during house-to-house searches for the brothers, Cherif and Said Kouachi.

In the last three days, social media has been flooded with other cartoonists displaying tributes to the victims and defending freedom of speech.


Black box ‘pings’ heard from missing Air Asia flight

Pings have been detected in the Java Sea which could have come from the black box of the missing AirAsia flight.

Officials say they have sent divers to investigate the latest developments.

The airbus disappeared from radar on December 28 with 162 people on board.


Higher security at St Pancras in the wake of Paris shooting

Eurostar passengers at St Pancras will face increased security checks after the terrorist attack in Paris on Wednesday.

The government has announced a tightening of security at borders including the Eurostar terminal at Gare du Nord.

British Transport Police said security was increased to reassure the public.


Network Rail ‘very apologetic’ over disruption at London Bridge

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson has met with rail bosses to discuss the travel disruption at London Bridge station.

He said he shared the frustration of those who have experienced delays and Network Rail were "very apologetic".

It comes as more passengers faced long waits last night.


This year’s BAFTA film award nominations announced today

The BAFTA nominations for this year's film awards will be announced this morning.

Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Timothy Spall are among the favourites to scoop best actor.

We'll be live from BAFTA headquarters in Piccadilly to bring you the latest just after 7.30 this morning.


FA chief compares Ched Evans to Hillsborough disaster

Gordon Taylor has risked further controversy by appearing to compare the Ched Evans case with the Hillsborough tragedy.

The Professional Footballers' Association chief executive was asked about Evan's claim that he remains innocent.

He said the Hillsborough disaster turned out to be something very different to how it was portrayed at the time.



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