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The 5th victim has now been named as Samuel McGhee from Glasgow.
Officers have named four of the eight people who died when a police helicopter crashed into a crowded pub in Glasgow.
Sport in Scotland
The work should be completed by May next year.
The sides will replay at East End Park.
Terry Butcher left to join Hibs last month.
The Ibrox side are unbeaten in League One this season.
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A Royal Marine who murdered an Afghan insurgent has been sentenced to a minimum of 10 years in prison.
Britain is flying military equipment to the Central African Republic to help with France's armed intervention.
The Chancellor is urging people to look back at history to learn how to get the best for Britain's economy in the future.
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The 'Under The Sun' star appeared to perform 'Heartbreaker' with the 'Scream & Shout' rapper.
The US star teases her next video ahead of performing for the Jingle Bell Ball this coming weekend.
The 'Move' four-piece and UK star Ellie were both winners at this year's show.
Miami Heat basketball player LeBron James is taking his game to the silver screen with a role in a comedy film Ballers.
The audience at the London premiere of the biopic of Nelson Mandela's were left stunned after being told of the former president's death as the end credits rolled.
Two people are in custody after they allegedly tried to steal parts of the Porsche that crashed killing Paul Walker and another man.
Amanda Bynes has left a rehabilitation clinic and is now living at her mother's house in Los Angeles, her lawyer has said.
Carl Froch all but dismissed the idea of going 'over old ground' in a rematch with George Groves.
The waiting is almost over as Roy Hodgson and England prepare to learn their World Cup fate at this afternoon's draw in Rio de Janeiro.
Many leading sports stars have paid tribute to Nelson Mandela following the death of the former South African leader at the age of 95.
England's Ashes woes continued at the Adelaide Oval as Australia turned the screw on day two of the second Test.
Doctors at a Northern California hospital say a couple have given birth to an extremely rare set of naturally conceived identical triplets.
The Pope has revealed he once worked as a nightclub bouncer in his native Argentina.
An animal rights group has filed what it says is the first lawsuit seeking to declare a captive chimpanzee named Tommy a "legal person".
A sea eagle snatched a video camera recording crocodiles in northwest Australia and captured footage of its 70-mile (110km) flight.
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