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June 15, 2017 4:40 AM N. Korea says it freed US student over humanitarian reasons

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea says it released an American university student over what it calls humanitarian reasons in its first official comment since he was returned to his home state of Ohio in a coma. The state-run Korean Central News Agency on Thursday said Otto Warmbier had been sentenced to hard labor but didn't comment on his medical 6

June 15, 2017 4:07 AM Pensioner’s dream flight in Spitfire for hospice

PENSIONER Jean Humphreys has raised £1,255 for St Barnabas House hospice by making a flight in a Spitfire. Jean, 83, said it was a lifelong ambition to fly in the famous World War Two fighter plane. She lifted off from Goodwood Aerodrome on a half-hour flight as far as The Needles on the Isle of Wight and over Littlehampton Golf Course. “I did what they call a floppy 13

June 14, 2017 10:29 PM UPDATE: 'At least 12 people dead' after huge fire at Grenfell Tower in London

At least 12 people have died after a huge fire destroyed a tower block in west London, but the death toll is expected to rise. Flames tore up the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in north Kensington, leaving people trapped on upper floors, including children, some holding babies from windows and others jumping from their flats. Some bodies have been removed 32

June 14, 2017 8:44 PM Day 10: Channel 5 move Friday evictions to Thursday for Big Brother 2017

Channel 5 have confirmed that two of the upcoming evictions will no longer air on Friday evenings – instead airing on Thursday, before returning to normal in July. The first move will see an eviction air on Thursday 22nd June with the live show starting at 9pm and running for 90 minutes. Big Brother’s Bit on the Side follows for an hour and then will see Live from the House 58

June 14, 2017 6:26 PM Giant aircraft dubbed 'the flying bum' is back in the skies again as Airlander takes surprise test flight following crash last year

The world's longest aircraft, dubbed the 'flying bum', took the skies yesterday for a surprise test flight. Hundreds of people gathered to watch the 20-tonne Airlander 10 perform aerial manoeuvres in a four-hour flight that took off from Cardington, Bedfordshire. The 92-yard-long part-airship part-aeroplane was badly damaged when it nosedived during 46

June 14, 2017 3:52 PM Four car crash on busy Torquay route

A rush hour crash involving four cars has partially blocked Torquay's outbound Riviera Way. The incident happened on the A3022 between Lowes Bridge traffic lights and Kerswell Gardens traffic lights. We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story as we have them. Get all the headlines, pictures, analysis 10

June 14, 2017 1:32 PM Chance to live in historic building where Queen’s Head pub once stood in Horwich

THIS old photograph shows the former Queen’s Head pub in Horwich now converted to three stone mews houses. The pub was on the edge of Rivington at the Crown and was an iconic local building. There is an open weekend this weekend, when the public can view the new properties in three two-hour windows. It is an opportunity to live in a historic building 3

June 14, 2017 10:11 AM Girl, 18, recalls terrifying moment she was 'abducted by a Muslim immigrant, 31, who forced her to marry him in a Sydney backyard Islamic ceremony and then repeatedly raped her in terrifying 43-hour ordeal'

A Muslim man who allegedly forced an 18-year-old Sydney woman to marry him has been charged with kidnapping and sexual assault. Chafic Charyala, 33, allegedly drove to the teenager's Bankstown home on Sunday at 2am, forced her out of her bedroom window and took her to the Novotel at Brighton Le Sands. The teenager was allegedly kept at the hotel for more than 24 hours 13

June 13, 2017 8:20 PM Diane Abbott reveals she has type 2 diabetes

Diane Abbott has revealed she has Type 2 diabetes and that the condition is what forced her to take a break from the election campaign. The shadow home secretary told the Guardian she was diagnosed with the condition two years ago and it was "out of control" during the campaign, when she gave some faltering performances. She said she was managing the condition 74

June 13, 2017 8:00 PM These 4 restaurants close to Teesside have been named among the UK's best

The Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards are voted for by 150 industry experts, including chefs, restaurateurs, food writers and critics Several restaurants close to Teesside have been named some of the best in the country. The Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards recognise the best restaurants in the UK as voted for by 150 industry experts 18