'We have literally trolled the world media and we are so proud of ourselves'
Lewis Ellis, 25, said the story was a prank as it spread to media outlets around the world
Workers in Germany went on strike the least often
Debris spotted in sea confirmed as 'not belonging to an aircraft' as Egyptian president calls for ‘intensified search’
Seif Eldin Mustafa took control of flight MS181 with a fake suicide vest before the six-hour hostage crisis
One man was filmed climbing out of the window, while others disembarked down the steps
Mr Samaha said he was on the plane but had been evacuated with other passengers
The plane was carrying 56 passengers along with seven crew and one EgyptAir security officer
The pilot and navigator considered ejecting as the jet was too close to the ground to cancel the landing
Attention now focuses on Greece, with discussions in Athens today
Exclusive: Finds were seized on suspicion of being antiques recovered without permission from Cypriot waters
This account of the tumultuous events of 1956 is vivid and fast-moving, but the bigger picture is absent
Vessels were spotted off RAF Akrotiri, the military facilitiy on the southern coast of Cyprus used to bomb Isis targets in Iraq
The two have refused offers of help so far
Glafkos Clerides was the incarnation of modern, independent Cyprus – from the struggle for independence from Britain to the tragedy of the Turkish invasion and division of the island in 1974; from the long and still fruitless efforts to heal that partition to the entry of his country into the European Union in 2004.