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At first police were unable to identify the body but later confirmed it was that of Ms Lionnet, of Wandsworth, who was originally from Troyes in north-east France.Designer Sabrina Kouider, 34, and her partner Ouissem Medouni, 40, of Wimbledon Park Road, Wandsworth, south London, deny murdering Ms Lionnet on or before September 20 last year.
Pictured 10 days before Christmas, the 63-year-old appeared tired and ill while she carried out her weekly washing chore at the Spring-Clean launderette.The real autograph and the fake are ringed in the inset picture.The charred remains of Sophie Lionnet, 21, were discovered in the garden at a house in Southfields, south-west London, on September 20 last year.The 63-year-old sparked a murder inquiry after walking into a police station and allegedly telling officers she had buried him in her back garden more than a decade ago.The remains of Kenneth Coombes (left), were discovered this week in the back garden of the family home in Stockport, Greater Manchester.Before he died, Bailey, from Bristol, bravely told his parents Rachel and Lee (top right): 'You're only allowed to cry for 20 minutes.' He is pictured bottom right in hospital with his younger brother before his condition worsened.
EXCLUSIVE: Katy Harris, 50, from Hertfordshire, has just been told that her cancer has returned - nine years after she had her breasts and ovaries removed after learning she carried faulty BRCA gene.
US President Donald Trump (right, pictured yesterday in Washington) has condemned his predecessor Barack Obama for selling the old site on Grosvenor Square (top left) in London's Mayfair 'for peanuts'.
He tweeted overnight to criticise the move - actually overseen by the Bush administration in 2008 - to an 'off location' at Nine Elms (bottom left; and centre, pictured today) as a 'bad deal'.
At a cost of £750m ($1bn) the new embassy near Battersea is significantly more expensive than the £500m ($680m) it is thought the Mayfair site was sold for.
Social media users have poked fun at Donald Trump's 'rubbish excuse' for cancelling his trip to London by offering their own amusing reasons for the no-show.
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