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Dozens of veterans of an elite Israeli military intelligence unit say in a letter that they will no longer serve in operations against Palestinians.
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An unusual theatrical performance is underway on the slopes of Snowdon, where the audience is invited on a 6km hike to see the work of sheep farmers interpreted in music, poetry and dance.
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South African athlete Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of culpable homicide after the judge found he killed his girlfriend by mistake but has remained on bail.
Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie hails his side as worthy winners of the County Championship title.