Thousands remember Holocaust dead

More than a million people were murdered at Auschwitz

Thousands of people will gather across the country today to remember the millions killed in the Holocaust on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.

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Hall acknowledges Archers concerns

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BBC director-general Tony Hall has acknowledged disquiet over The Archers, saying that he hopes that the rural soap does not "lose what is precious".

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Hall acknowledges Archers concerns

Tony Hall has acknowledged worries about The Archers becoming sensationalised

BBC director-general Tony Hall has acknowledged disquiet over The Archers, saying that he hopes that the rural soap does not "lose what is precious".

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Foy 'emotional' over death scene

Wolf Hall star Claire Foy says she struggled to hold it together while filming Anne Boleyn's death

Wolf Hall star Claire Foy has told how - unlike her alter-ego Anne Boleyn - she had to work hard to hold her emotions in check while filming her character's death scene.

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Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson loves all the winter sports challenges on The Jump

Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson has revealed her biggest fear about taking part in Channel 4's risky winter sports show The Jump is not taking a tumble during the sporting challenges but simply being on live TV.

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Diver tells of finding missing Euan

Law student Euan Coulthard went missing after a night out in Durham (Durham Police/PA)

The body of a missing student was discovered in the River Wear by a diver who had driven hundreds of miles to help return him to his mother.

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DNA samples given in killer search

A sign points towards the Millstream Hotel in Bosham where detectives have sampled the DNA of hundreds of men

Hundreds of men have provided DNA samples to police who are carrying out voluntary screening in an attempt to find a grandmother's killer.

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