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Eerie images have captured a deserted village once dubbed the “real life Atlantis” after it spent over 25 years under water.

It is hoped that the gimmick will raise awareness of child abuse

Inside the surprisingly old science of double
vision: Charity uses optical illusion to deliver hidden message to children to report abuse

A charity in Spain has revealed an advert that uses an optical illusion to deliver a hidden message to passing children, encouraging them to report potential abuse.

Children of Alfredo Di Stefano file injunction to stop Real Madrid legend marrying women 50 years his junior

The 86-year-old has said he wants to marry the Costa Rican woman

Stuart Hazell denies killing 12-year-old Tia Sharp, his partner's granddaughter

Tia Sharp murder: Accused Stuart Hazell 'killed 12-year-old after sexually assaulting her'

Prosecutor warns jurors that they will find some of the evidence in the case 'distressing'

David Walliams and Lara Stone have had their first child, a baby boy.

David Walliams and Lara Stone celebrate birth of boy as their first child

Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams and his wife Lara Stone have announced the birth of their first child.

British man Geoffrey Portway admits plot to rape, murder and eat children in a dungeon beneath his US home

40-year-old's basement was equipped with a steel cage, a child-sized home-made coffin, scalpels, butchering kits, freezers and castration tools

Padstow speedboat accident: Brave rescuer Charlie Toogood hailed for stopping out-of-control boat

The waterskiing instructor almost certainly prevented more deaths

Professor Brian Cox: BBC TV bosses should do more to educate

TV bosses are not taking their responsibility to educate viewers seriously enough, Professor Brian Cox has said.

A global survey of women's health and political influence claims that Britain is a worse place to be a mother than most of its European neighbours

Why it's tougher to be a mother in Britain than most of Europe

Britain is a worse place to be a mother than most of its European neighbours, including Germany, France and Ireland, claims a global survey of women's health and political influence.

Most families 'will gain nothing' from Universal Credit, new report says

The vast majority of families will gain nothing from the introduction of the Universal Credit, the Government’s flagship welfare reform scheme, a report claims today.

Gael Bigirimana of Newcastle United. His favourite children's book is The Usborne Children's Bible, whilst his favourite adult book is Hinds' Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard

Footballers' favourite writers? George Best, Paul Scholes... and Henry Kissinger

Players getting involved in scheme to encourage children to read

The 10 Best car seats

Safe, comfy and stylish – our pick of the finest baby seats will keep your kids safe without ruining the look of your car

Eight-time Grammy Award winning singer Lauryn Hill leaves federal court in Newark, after sentencing in her tax evasion case. Hill was sentenced to three months in prison and an additional three months in home confinement for failing to pay taxes on about $1 million in earnings

Fugees star Lauryn Hill sentenced to three months in prison over unpaid taxes

The Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill has been sentenced to three months in prison for failing to pay taxes on earnings of around $1m.

A brightly coloured security gate on the peace line in the nationalist Short Strand area of Belfast

'Taking Belfast's peace walls down solves nothing. They should be higher': Protestants and Catholics agree time is not right to dismantle barriers

Protestants and Catholics agree that the peace lines give both sides a sense of security

Chilean rose tarantula

A cure for my spider phobia? That doesn't have legs

London Zoo must immediately stop sending me emails inviting me to get up close and personal with eight-legged freaks. Otherwise known as spiders.

Pennsylvania mother who reappeared 11 years after being declared dead was answering an outstanding arrest warrant

Brenda Heist, from Lititz, Pennsylvania, went missing in 2002 after dropping her children off at school

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