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The video included footage and secret recordings that show the Buk rocket being moved in eastern Ukraine

Prosecutor Mehmet Selim Kiraz has been taken hostage at an Istanbul courthouse

Turkish prosecutor Mehmet Selim Kiraz held hostage by armed militants over protest death

He has been investigating the death of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan in 2013

The letter showed support for pilots after the Germanwings disaster

Germanwings crash: British air passenger writes emotional letter to pilots who flew her home

The woman said she wanted to show support in the wake of the tragedy

The Tories are aiming to meet George Osborne’s commitment to save £12bn from the welfare budget by 2017-18

Generous welfare systems actually make people more keen to work, Europe-wide study finds

The research released by the British Sociological Association comes as all major parties indicate they want to reduce spending on benefits

Several thousand people carry patriotic flags as they demonstrate against the proposed production of Wagner's Tannhauser, in downtown Novosibirsk, about 2800 kilometers (1,750 miles) east of Moscow, Sunday, March 29 2015. Controversy over the staging of Wagnerís opera ìTannhauserî in the Siberian city has come to a head, with Russiaís cultural minister firing the director of the state theater in Novosibirsk. The announcement was made Sunday as several thousand people rallied outside the theater to protest the production, which they said was offensive to Orthodox Christians.

Russia fires director of Wagner's Tannhauser opera after modern interpretation offends nation's Orthodox Christians

The Orthodox Church regards itself as a bastion of Russian values

Klaus Albrecht Schröder, director of the Albertina Museum, said Austria had been doing ‘the right thing’ with looted art until now

Curator calls for time limit on returning art looted by the Nazis

Klaus Albrecht Schröder, the director of Vienna’s Albertina Museum, said that there should be a cut-off point for claims on art in public collections

Protest rally in June 2011 in front of the parliament in Athens expresses opposition to a new austerity package

How to fix Greece: A seven-point plan for economic salvation

As Vicky Pryce's native land lurches from one crisis to the next, the threat of an exit from the Eurozone is still very much in the air. However, there is some hope remaining – if only her compatriots would follow her plan

Flowers at the air crash memorial to Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 in Le Vernet, south-eastern France

Germanwings crash: Three generations from same Spanish family killed in Alps disaster - and they were all called Emma

Twelve-year-old Emma Solera Pardo, her mother Emma Pardo Vidal and grandmother Emma Vidal Bardan all boarded Flight 9525 last Tuesday

The ‘Costa Concordia’ sank in 2012 with the loss of 32 lives
A family of four found dead on Gibraltar

Gibraltar stabbing: British man found dead alongside Spanish partner and two children

Police are attempting to locate their close relatives

Andreas Lubitz runs the Airport Race half marathon in Hamburg on 13 September 2009

Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz 'had been treated for suicidal thoughts' years before Alps crash

German prosecutors said the treatment happened before he completed his flight training

Searchers work to collect debris and find the second black box at the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps, 29 March 2015

Germanwings crash: Recovery of victims' bodies could take months because impact buried them

Force of the 430mph crash buried debris metres into the mountainside

Raffaele Sollecito, centre, talks to the media as he leaves after a press conference in Rome on Monday

Raffaele Sollecito warns he 'will never accept being called an assassin' again after Meredith Kercher murder acquittal

Sollecito told press conference he is ready to defend his dignity after he and Amanda Knox were acquitted

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