News Labour candidate Rupa Huq is manhandled by a Tory activist during the election campaign in Ealing Central and Acton
Conservatives claim Rupa Huq forced her way into a Tory walkabout, forcing a woman into the road in the process
The flagship of Russia's Nothern Fleet, heavy nuclear missile cruiser 'Pyotr Veliky'
Lithuania says it is being bullied by the Kremlin – and has starting drawing up plans for what to do if Russia invades
US air strikes have been aiding YPG fighters in cutting Isis supply lines between Syria and Iraq
VOICES Robert Fisk disentangles the Saudi, Syrian, Jordanian, Iranian, American, French, British, Egyptian and Israeli bombings in Yemen, Isis, Libya and Syria
Robert Gurling was last seen with his son in Great Notley near Braintree in Essex at about 10.30am on Saturday
Father is not allowed unsupervised access
Sammy and Siobhan Clarke went missing from Shoeburyness, on the coast near Southend
Sammy Clarke and Siobhan Clarke left school early on Friday to meet their friend Kieran Hartley-Anderson
Labour leader Ed Miliband unveils Labour's pledges carved into a stone plinth in Hastings
But reactions online suggest it could be Labour's 'tombstone'
These are fireworks - not fibre optics, but the BT Tower (pictured) has been used to test relay speeds in the past
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The number of wild Iberian lynxes had fallen to fewer than 100
At least two cubs were spotted last week by monitors who have been tracking the progress of a female lynx
The area under cultivation for poppies is rising as Afghan farmers can get up to 12 times more for the crop than they can for growing cereals or vegetables
What can the Afghan police do to destroy Helmand's poppies?
The Sudan-born driver has been sentenced to four and a half years in jail
Awad Abdulbagy threatened to sell 350 photos
Actor Jason Watkins as Christopher Jefferies in Peter Morgan's ITV drama 'The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies'
Recent docudramas have focused on Lord Lucan and teacher Christopher Jefferies
Scientists describe eddies of swirling water spinning their way across the Atlantic for months at a time
The coastguard and RAF are assisting in the search operations, police confirmed
LATEST The plane was believed to have been carrying two people
Pope Francis is due make an encyclical about link between climate change and poverty
Vatican is set to release publication on environment
Lindsay Sandiford appearing in court in January, 2013
Lindsay Sandiford, 58, said it had been 'heartbreaking' to hear from her jail cell last week that eight men had been shot dead on Bali’s so-called 'Execution Island'
The Pirate Party is now the biggest in Iceland according to Icelandic researchers MMR
Results come as the ruling Independence party slips into a close second place
Rescued migrants arrives in the harbor of Lampedusa, Southern Italy, Saturday 2 May 2015. Ships from Italy and France rescued more than 1,400 migrants on Saturday after smugglers' boats ran into trouble in the Mediterranean Sea near Libya.
The coast guard launched 17 rescue operations
Jimmy Carter prepares to lay a wreath of flowers on the tomb of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat
Carter was on a three-day mission to Israel and the West Bank
Police were called to five-star hotel following reports of a man found unresponsive
Incident has now been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission
Fishing boats in the harbour of seaside town, Brixham
Emergency services were called to Devon fishing port

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