Saturday, 26 April 2014
Fashion designer Nicole Coste (left) had a son with Monaco's ruler, Prince Albert, during a six-year secret love affair. However, while the Prince was a hands on father to Alexandre (inset) - at least in private - during his son's early years, Nicole claims Albert has disappeared almost completely since he married Princess Charlene (right).Culled
Joele Leotta, 20, (left) moved to Maidstone, Kent last October. But less than a week after arrival a group of five Lithuanians allegedly burst into his flat and beat him to death.
A new documentary is the first to look at the Muslim and Christian patrols who pound the streets in the East End of London both of whom claim to represent local people.
Samantha Charlton, 40, was sleeping at her house in Sunderland when her husband Michael, 43, returned home drunk and tried to strangle her with a silk scarf.
A former Barcelona coach, Tito Vilanova, has died at the age of 45 after a long battle with cancer, this afternoon. He was rushed to the hospital yesterday when his health detoriated and passed on this afternoon.
A woman this morning in one of the heavy government gutters which are permanently sealed around Albati Barracks, Ojuelegba screamed for help from deep inside the gutter and people wondered how she got there. A passer-by who heard her scream, tried to help her, but he couldn’t because there was no way he could get into the gutter to help her out. As she screamed the more, people gathered around her, and had to look for a welder to cut one of the barricades to rescue her.
Chloe Gregory, 18, pleaded with robber Paul Ward not to hurt her as he forced her to withdraw £100 from her bank account (pictured).
The Australian Navy intercepted the dhow (inset) 27 nautical miles from Mombasa, Kenya, and found 1,023kg of heroin in 46 bags hidden inside cement sacks (pictured). It is the largest ever drugs haul by the Combined Maritime Forces, a partnership of 30 countries designed to combat piracy, militancy, smuggling and other illegal activities.Culled
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Last Sunday, a video was posted on Facebook showing Helen Bartlett, a mother of four from Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago, beating her sobbing and cowering daughter to teach her a lesson.
'Where's Mummy gone?' A family walking home. A speeding car. And a little boy left asking one unbearable question.
BENJAMIN BROOKS-DUTTON (left), had been at a dinner party with old friends with his wife Desreen (right) and their son Jackson when the unthinkable happened.
BBC filmmaker Jay Merriman Mukoro went missing last Sunday while swimming in the sea off Rockley Beach near Christ Church, Barbados.