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Crime: A Red Cross worker thought murdered by her ex was unlawfully killed according to Hertfordshire coroner Edward Thomas.
Angela Hoyt's body was found in May last year, just days before her former partner Martin Collett was also found dead.
Mr Thomas ruled that Mr Collett - hit by a high-speed train near Hatfield - had committed suicide.
The inquest heard that Ms Hoyt had been to the police about Mr Collett two days before she was killed.
They suggested serving him with a harrassment warning but she asked for more time to sort things out.
Funeral: A hairdresser whose supporters raised more than £1 million for the Samaritans after she died at the London Marathon has been buried in Leicestershire.
Claire Squires collapsed just a mile from the finish line on April 22. She was laid to rest in North Kilworth next to her brother, who died aged 25 in 2001.
She was just 30 years old and an experienced runner.
Crime: Kate and Gerry McCann marked the fifth anniversary of their daughter Madeleine's disappearance by saying they had "no doubt" that Portugese police will reopen the case.
But they said last week that there wasn't anything new to look at, despite the opinions of Scotland Yard detectives.
Madeleine, then three, vanished during a family holiday to the Algarve in 2007.
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