A French soldier was stabbed in the throat in a busy commercial district outside Paris yesterday, and the government said it was trying to determine if there were any links to the brutal killing of a British soldier by suspected Islamic extremists.
Eric Schmidt, the head of Google, has shrugged off criticism that his company pays only a fraction of its tax bill, saying it's "just capitalism". He also challenged the British Government to change the law or stop complaining.
German football fans painted London town red – and yellow and black – last night as the capital opened its doors to an estimated 150,000 who travelled to experience the atmosphere of the Champions League final, even if they didn't have tickets.
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