Tuesday, 18 August 2015
state yesterday night. Family sources say he has been ill for a while now. He celebrated his 80th birthday in May.
Jodie Beverly Hackett said she was 'begging and crying' but the driver left her stranded miles from home
Germany businessman’s 17-year-old daughter is found dead after she was kidnapped for a million euro ransom
The body of a teenager kidnapped last week and held for a one million euro ransom has been found in Germany.
Anneli-Marie R. was snatched off the street last Thursday in the city of Meissen in the east of the country as she walked her dog at 7.30pm.
Entrepreneur Alfie Best (pictured left) 45, who was born into a gipsy family in Leicester, is now one of the most revered businessman in the UK - yet says he still does not feel 'successful'.
The heart of man is wicked. That seems to be a common saying widely used by us. What we often do not ask is the action that prompts that reaction. I want to share my story so some of you out there will learn lifematics-101(Trust no one).
Kinberly Novaes, 24, from Brazil (in red top), said her unborn baby is fine after the brutal fight against Renata Baldan (left) in May, during which Novaes was hit repeatedly in the stomach (inset).
Cyndi Maisonneuve, 30, from Toronto, pictured left, was jilted by the 'love of her life' an hour before her wedding as she stood in her gown and veil.
The community on Russian social media site VI, called 'Selfie with the Deceased', pledge to pay between 1,000 and 5,000 roubles (£10-£50) for the best selfie with a corpse. Administrators have written in the rules for the macabre competition that the selfie-taker should be smiling because the deceased 'has gone to a better place'.
You may think the stresses of life as a prime minister are compensated for by first class travel and fine dining.
But the reality - for David Cameron at least - appears to be a little different after he was pictured squashed into an economy class flight stuffing his face with Paprika Pringles.
Sitting in the window seat on an Easyjet aircraft, a fellow passenger caught him on camera cramming crisps into his mouth.
The suspect, wearing a yellow T-shirt and thick-rimmed glasses, was seen carrying a rucksack (left) near the Erawan Shrine in the popular Ratchaprasong district of the capital then leaving the area without it (centre) around 15 minutes before the blast.
Known to the UK soldiers he served with as Popal, the Afghan military interpreter was tortured and murdered after being captured in Iran while using people smugglers to flee the Taliban.