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Reports that police are seeking assistance to interview the three potential suspects following suspicions raised by phone records

Egypt Q&A: What about holidays in the danger zone?

As the summer hots up in Egypt, Simon Calder explains how the turmoil affects travellers

A car burns during clashes between residents and Muslim Brotherhood members and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi supporters outside Cairo University

Egypt protests latest: Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel

FCO advising against travel to all regions except resorts on the Red Sea in South Sinai and those resorts on the Egyptian mainland in the Red Sea governorate

The 10 Best folding bikes

The popularity of folding bikes means there is now a huge range, whether you want one for commuting or rugged off-road riding

Craig Mitchell pays for bar brawl after lions win

Exeter prop is fined after late-night scrap in Brisbane

Prince Charles employs a retinue of 125 official staff

Prince Charles gets a £700,000 pay rise as Duchy of Cornwall earnings hit £19m

Heir to throne ‘chooses to spend’ half his after-tax income on charitable work

A meteorite trail is seen over Chelyabinsk

Shockwave from Russian meteor that left 1,000 people injured 'went twice around the earth'

Researchers said the event was the 'most powerful ever recorded' by the system

Jeremy Forrest was jailed for five and a half years yesterday

Woman arrested on suspicion of helping school teacher Jeremy Forrest coach his victim for trial

Jeremy Forrest has been sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison for abducting his pupil to France

Spain's Costa del Sol is a popular destination for expats

One in 10 British women is harassed on holidays, research reveals

One in ten British women is sexually assaulted or harassed while on holiday in southern Europe, research has found.

Sirena Seaways ferry left nearly 500 passengers stranded for three hours after crash at major British port in Essex

The 489 passengers above the Sirena Seaways ferry were left stranded for three hours as rescue officials worked to safely re-dock it.

Picture perfect: indulgence in the Maldives

My life in travel: Alex Jones

'Flying over the islands in a tiny seaplane was gorgeous'

“We have waited a long time for the aircraft, but we’re very excited with what we’ve got”

Boeing 787 Dreamliner launch: 300 passengers enjoy surprise flight as the future of aviation departs from Gatwick

Seven minutes early, but four years late, the future of flying finally arrived at Gatwick at 7.58am today. The first Boeing 787 Dreamliner belonging to a British airline left gate 52 at the airport’s North Terminal, filled with nearly 300 passengers enjoying an unexpectedly comfortable start to their holidays in Menorca.

New images of Canning Town sex attacker released

Police have released new CCTV stills of a man suspected of carrying out a string of sex attacks.

Gareth Southgate

Gareth Southgate emerges as early favourite to replace Stuart Pearce as England Under-21 manager

The former Middlesbrough manager has a long-standing interest in youth football

Construction is proceeding on the future 72nd Street Station of the Second Avenue Subway

Feat of engineering: Incredible photographs show construction beneath New York's Second Avenue

First new subway line added to the city since 1932

Simon Calder: Sleep(er) your way around the world

The man who pays his way

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