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Michael Drejka had claimed self-defence when shooting an unarmed man in a parking dispute.
The prince says he wants to "clarify the facts" around his friendship with the late disgraced financier.
A whisky-drinking businessman is also among about 50 created for the 20th annual scarecrow festival.
England opener Jason Roy is bowled by Australia's Pat Cummins for just eight as the hosts chase 359 to win the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
Teacher Sadie Davies, 45, took just under nine hours to complete the 15-mile swim.
A teenage boy has been arrested after the girl apparently took a "combination of drugs".
Bury are given until 17:00 BST on Tuesday to complete a sale and avoid being expelled from the EFL.
The gold seal ring is on sale with an estimate of up to £10,000.
A senior police chief invites colleagues to an urgent summit after a spate of attacks on officers.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Donald Tusk says he "will not cooperate on no deal" ahead of Brexit talks with Boris Johnson on Sunday.
Australia's James Pattinson edges England's Jofra Archer to Joe Root at first slip to fall for 20 in the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
Police use tear gas and charge barricades as Hong Kong has another weekend of protests.
Fires in the Amazon rainforest have prompted concern around the world.
Simon Dobbin's wife wants people convicted of violent disorder to have to make payments to the NHS.
Unified world heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr wants to "end Anthony Joshua's career" after confirming a rematch in Saudi Arabia.
The mystery signs appeared above the A52 in Derby over the past few days.
British Airways says there may be "knock-on effects on other days" after pilots announced walk-outs.
The space agency is reportedly looking into an allegation against astronaut Anne McClain.
The Suffolk star's world tour is drawing to a close over four nights in his home town of Ipswich.