Oxford University employee charged with murder in Chicago

Andrew Warren has been accused, alongside an American professor, of murdering 26-year-old hair stylist Trenton Cornell-Duranleau

An Oxford University employee and a US professor have been charged with murdering a 26-year-old hair stylist found in Chicago with more than 40 stab wounds.

Somerville College’s Andrew Warren, 56, and Professor Wyndham Lathem, 42, are accused of killing Trenton Cornell-Duranleau in Lathem’s Chicago apartment.

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Sites for sore eyes

From the Angel of the North to Didcot Power Station, BBC News takes a tour of some the landmarks that signify journey’s end.

‘We are begging for housing’: the crisis in Indigenous communities

Overcrowded homes are at the root of Indigenous disadvantage, and communities are crying out for culturally appropriate dwellings

“With non-Indigenous people everyone got their own house,” says Doris Lewis. “Indigenous people we’re all squashed up in one little house. We told government many times about this problem.”

Lewis, a Warlpiri woman who has lived her whole life in Lajamanu, has three generations living in her house, including her husband, two sons, one daughter-in-law, and her granddaughter.

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USA take firm grip in Solheim Cup but Georgia Hall shines for Europe

• Home team lead 10½ to 5½ before Sunday’s singles
• Cristie Kerr becomes leading points winner in US cup history

Never mind the miracle of Medinah. This has turned into a disaster in Des Moines for Europe. Only the greatest comeback in team golf history will prevent the USA from keeping firm hold of the Solheim Cup. The sad thing for Annika Sorenstam and her European players as they peruse the ominous scenario of Sunday singles – traditionally an American strong suit – is that defeat may arrive by an embarrassing margin.

For now Juli Inkster’s team are a mere three and a half points short of the tally needed to confirm cup retention. Sunday tee times have been advanced by two hours in a bid to avoid inclement weather. The Europeans may be delighted to exit stage left as quickly as humanly possible. What a bruising experience this has been, particularly for Sorenstam, who was not accustomed to being a distant second during her playing days.

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