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Armed female bystander kills man firing at party in US

It comes amid a national debate over guns after a school shooting in Texas.

Texas shooting response was 'wrong', says official

But pupils inside made multiple calls begging for police to come.

How Russian billionaire shielded assets from European sanctions

Until March 8, Melnichenko owned the two companies through a chain of trusts.

Ukraine says Russian advances could force retreat

Russia's separatist proxies said they controlled Lyman, a railway hub west of Sievierodonetsk.

KLM suspends ticket sales in Amsterdam airport over chaos

The airport said it was also in talks with unions about higher wages for security personnel.

Closing arguments given in Amber Heard defamation trial

The jury of seven must come to an unanimous decision for a verdict

Brazilian man allegedly gassed to death in police car boot

An investigation has also been opened by the federal police into the circumstances of Mr Santos' death.

What we know about mass school shootings in the US

There have been 13 mass school shootings in the US; 146 children and adults killed.

Airport drama: Passengers miss flights after fire alarm

The airport was cleared at 05:50 BST as passengers queued at check in and security.

UK signs first US state-level trade agreement with Indiana

Trade Minister Ranil Jayawardena will sign the agreement with the Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on Friday.

MP Paul Holmes quits government role over Sue Gray report

Ms Gray's report highlighted widespread Covid rule-breaking and drunkenness.

Scandal-hit Nottingham maternity services ordered to improve

The original review was launched following a number of baby deaths and injuries.

Ukraine needs to face reality and talk to Putin - Zelenskiy

We want our lives back... We want to reclaim the life of a sovereign country within its own territory."

Australia frees asylum seekers after public outcry

Legal challenges to the decision to deny them protection remain before Australia's courts.

Twitter investor sues Elon Musk over takeover bid

The lawsuit claimed Musk benefitted financially by delaying disclosure of his stake in Twitter.

Electric car rapid charging costs soar, says RAC

Electric car charging still remains cheaper than petrol and diesel, the motoring organisation said.

Shanghai economy improves as end of Covid lockdown nears

The curbs have battered the world's second-biggest economy as countries return to normal.