The father of a five-year-old girl who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt today spoke of his heartbreak.
A British father has admitted slitting the throats of his two young children in France following a difficult divorce, sources said.
A man has died while a boy and another man are fighting for their lives after a light aircraft crashed on the approach to an airport runway.
David Cameron has hinted that he could attempt to govern without the Liberal Democrats.
A charity set up by women to help on the home front during the Second World War has changed its name.
The Army has launched a recruitment drive to help find 10,000 personnel just weeks before thousands are due to be laid off.
A guitar played by Beatles pair John Lennon and George Harrison sold for £269,000 at a New York auction.
Rod Stewart's first album of self-penned songs in 20 years has gone straight to the top of the UK album charts.
SCOTLAND'S economy is beginning to show a more robust recovery with jobs and salaries on the rise.
The doors of Dunder Mifflin's Scranton branch closed for the last time as NBC's The Office wrapped up after a nine-season run.
PAKISTAN: Gunmen on a motorcycle have shot and killed a senior member of a leading political party.
SYRIA: Government troops in tanks and warplanes have launched an assault on a strategic rebel-held town near the Lebanese border, killing at least 30.
USA: A single ticket in Florida has matched all the numbers to win the highest Powerball lottery jackpot in history – an estimated $590million dollars.
USA: Actor Edward Furlong has been arrested on suspicion of violating a restraining order filed by a former girlfriend.
NORTH KOREA: Pyongyang fired a projectile into waters off its eastern coast just a day after launching three short-range missiles in the same area.
KENYA: Police shot dead a couple suspected of terrorism after they threw four grenades, wounding five officers in an overnight stand-off in Kenya.
BANGLADESH: The High Court has asked authorities to prevent the owner of a garment factory where 112 people died in a fire last year from leaving the country.
A CRACKDOWN on bogus callers has been launched in Glasgow after 32 victims were targeted in one area in six months.
PLANS for Glasgow's new £18million hospice will go before councillors next week.
FOREIGN firms want to move to a new £100million Glasgow science park which could create hundreds of new jobs.
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