UK teen with cancer dies after raising $5m

LONDON (TIP): A British teenage cancer sufferer who raised more than $5 million for charity after his fundraising campaign went viral on social media has died, his family said on May 14. Stephen Sutton, 19, died in his sleep on May 14 morning, his mother Jane said on Facebook. Sutton, who was first diagnosed with bowel cancer four years ago, raised the money for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity and won the support of numerous celebrities and politicians, including PM David Cameron. “My heart is bursting with pride for my courageous son who passed away peacefully in his sleep,” Jane Sutton wrote to her son’s 900,000 followers on Facebook.

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Pak freezes accounts of 5,100 terror suspects, including JeM Chief

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