Sunday, 14 June 2015
A 15-year-old Austrian synchronised swimmer suffered "severe injuries" when she and two other teenagers were in a collision with a bus in the athletes' village at the European Games in Baku.
Vanessa Sahinovic sustained multiple fractures and a head injury - but is not in a life-threatening condition.
Luna Pajer, 15, gained injuries to her arms and has also returned to Vienna for specialist treatment.
The Austrian Olympic Committee (AOC) said the team would still compete.
A 60 year old rapist and paedophile has admitted to raping his two step-daughters and deliberately infecting them with HIV. He originally denied the accusations but is now awaiting sentence after changing his plea to guilty on the second day of his trial this week. He has since developed full-blown AIDS.
One of the girls was about 11 when she contracted the potentially deadly virus. Her sister was 14.
Vladimir Gotlibovsky, 42, allegedly fired into the floor of the lobby of the iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel (right) in New York City as wedding photos were being taken at a reception at around 7.25pm. Maya Rafailovich (left), 55, was rushed to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a bullet grazed her head. Three others were taken to the hospital with leg injuries.
The world-famous theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has always been regarded as a man apart, both for his enormous intelligence and because the effects of motor neurone disease forced him to communicate with an electronic voice synthesiser.
But for his son Tim, the famous monotone drawl of the speech box was not the obstacle to a loving bond that many might expect – in fact it proved to be the key.
Indeed, as he admits in a rare interview, he spent his earliest years unable to understand his father’s deteriorating speech.
Prince George made his debut on the balcony of Buckingham Palace wearing exactly the same baby-blue romper suit his dad, Prince William, wore during his first appearance 31 years ago.