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UK WEEKLY EXCLUSIVE

Aged 15, she helped bludgeon her best friend's mother to death, Three identity changes and 20 million books later, best-selling crime writer Anne Perry talks to Louise Hall.

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UK WEEKLY EXCLUSIVE

Last week, Banaz Mahmod's Iraqi father and uncle were convicted of murdering her in a UK "honour killing" after she fell in love with a man who her family disapproved of. Louise Hall spoke to her sister Bekhal Mahmod, 22, exclusively for Closer, whilst in hiding in a charity safe house. Here, Bekhal discusses her sister's death and reveals her own desperate plight from her vengeful family in Mitcham, Surrey.

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UK WEEKLY EXCLUSIVE

Iranian born Zoe Neirizi was 23-years-old and pregnant when active campaigning for democracy led her to be imprisoned and tortured. Three decades on she talks exclusively about her struggle

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UK WEEKLY EXCLUSIVE

Louise Hall interviews Natallie Evans, the 35-year-old who lost her high court battle to become a mum...

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UK WEEKLY EXCLUSIVE

When Jo Kingsley’s daughter Alice, 14, began a campaign to ‘get healthy’, she had no idea it would lead to anorexia and hospitalisation. Five years on, they tell their story

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German-born business woman Corinne Hofmann, 45, gave up everything to live with a Masai-Samburu warrior in the Kenyan bush who did not speak her language. 

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