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Meanwhile, here is the latest from the BBC.
- Lyra McKee: Two men charged with murder of journalist September 16, 2021The men, 21 and 33, have been charged over the shooting in Londonderry's Creggan estate in April 2019.
- Alex Murdaugh: Hot shot lawyer turns himself in for 'hit man suicide' plot September 16, 2021Months after his wife and son were found dead, police say Alex Murdaugh arranged a hit - on himself.
- Covid: Italy to require all workers to show 'green pass' certificate September 16, 2021New rules mean workers must show they are vaccinated, have tested negative, or recovered from Covid.
- Leicester blow two-goal lead to draw with Napoli in exciting tie September 16, 2021Leicester are denied victory in their Europa League opener after Napoli's Victor Osimhen scores twice in the second half.
- Lyon consign Rangers to opening defeat in Europa League September 16, 2021Rangers suffer defeat in their opening Europa League group game after being clinically dispatched by Lyon.
- Military to be called in to help Scottish ambulance crews September 16, 2021A series of serious ambulance delays have emerged, including one where a man died after a 40-hour wait.
- Prince Philip's will to be secret for 90 years September 16, 2021A judge says he made the ruling, in line with other royal deaths, to protect the Queen's dignity.
- Reshuffle: Boris Johnson hands out dozens of junior roles September 16, 2021Boris Johnson moves more ministers as one ousted MP warns the new top team may lack experience.
- Sir Clive Sinclair: Computing pioneer dies aged 81 September 16, 2021The inventor, entrepreneur and ZX Spectrum creator died at his London home following a long illness.
- Aukus: China denounces US-UK-Australia pact as irresponsible September 16, 2021The alliance will allow Australia to build and deploy nuclear-powered submarines for the first time.