Ian Bashford was hit 200 metres from the finish line
Rebel-held parts of the city have been subjected to dozens of airstrikes involving barrel, bunker-buster and incendiary bombs since a US and Russian brokered ceasefire broke down last week
The incident has sparked a diplomatic row and threats of a police strike in Belgium
Improvement in lightning monitoring technology prompts change in how electrical storms are measured
'We have to bring in the same legislation in all these countries to change the culture of waste'
Unlike past al-Qaeda operatives who came to Europe from North Africa, and therefore had to build their networks in a more opportunistic manner, the new Isis operatives are able to draw on ‘ready-made’ family networks
The attack on 14 July killed 86 people, with the driver being shot dead by police
Former French president says he wants to be 'the voice of the silent majority'
Police say there is 'no danger' to public after lifting cordon in French capital
Critics claim the new law violates European Union rules on free movement of goods
Animal rights group calls for ban on commercial breeding
Five crew members were onboard a lifeboat when it 'became detached' from the ship during a safety drill
The latest flashpoint has been linked by some to the burkini ban
The French capital is on just about everyone's must-visit list, but not many people know a holiday here can be très cheap. Simon Calder shares his secrets for a bon time on a budget
Woman in cell was betrothed to jihadists killed in two attacks earlier this year
Local prosecutor says the youths shouted 'whore' and 'get naked' at the women before attacking their husbands