Peter Sutcliffe murdered 13 women and attempted to kill seven others between 1976 and 1981
Patrick Kabele, of Willesden, north-west London, is accused of attempting to travel to Syria
One-month-old brothers Moaz and Nawaz al-Hashash died of heart failure at a private hospital in Damascus
'As the scale of the disaster has become clearer we now know that a number of British nationals have been affected'
The quake struck in the early hours of the morning when most residents were asleep
Emergency services have confirmed five people have died following the incident at the coast near Rye, East Sussex
The 27-year-old victim was found in a 'distressed state' at Goffs Park
The launch comes just two days after South Korea and the United States began annual military exercises in the South
'The government could completely worry people and even lead them to panic buy'
The fraud involved a string of quite dreadful lies, lies to your best friend, a man who entrusted in you the task and the honour of being his best man'
The Labour leader called for an improvement in UK diplomacy with Russia but did not commit to upholding Nato's principle of 'collective defence'
After an investigation the bag was cleared and found to 'pose no threat'
Only 35,000 of the Games' 50,000 volunteers are reportedly continuing to turn up to their shifts
Party says move would be paid for by raising corporation tax by less than 1.5 per cent
'She helped me first. I tried to help her. That girl is the Olympic spirit right there'
The camera fell after two of its guide cables snapped