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Jamal Khashoggi (AP)

‘Body parts’ belonging to murdered Saudi journalist found

The mutilated body parts of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi have reportedly been discovered, including his ‘disfigured’ face.

One source said the body parts were found 500 metres from the consulate building in Istanbul.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today said Khashoggi was killed in a premeditated and “savage” murder.

Police investigating Ryanair passenger over racist abuse 

Spanish police are investigating an incident on a Ryanair plane where an elderly black woman was racially abused by a fellow passenger.

Essex police said they had identified the man and passed the information to their Spanish counterparts.

Shocking footage posted online shows Deslie Gayle, who is disabled and in her 70s, being shouted out by a white man, who called her an ‘ugly black b******’ and demanded she move seats.

Tommy Robinson case passed to UK’s top lawyer

Tommy Robinson has been temporarily freed after the contempt of court case against him was passed to the Attorney General.

The former EDL leader, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, claimed he had “already won” as he addressed a crowd of supporters.

The court heard that in the current setting, lawyers would not be able to perform an appropriate cross-examination of the evidence.

Mysterious ‘perfectly rectangle’ iceberg seen in Antarctica

The rectangular iceberg is a natural phenomenon (NASA)

A strangely perfect rectangular iceberg has been pictured in Antarctica.

Despite looking like it had been photoshopped, NASA insists the mile-wide berg is a natural phenomenon.