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Meghan Markle posed outside Buckingham Palace aged 15

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Posing outside Buckingham Palace, as millions of foreign tourists have done over the years, little could Miss Markle know that 21 years later she would be engaged to a member of the Royal family. The remarkable image, taken during a European summer trip in 1996 with her friend Ninaki Priddy, has emerged the day after her engagement to Prince Harry was celebrated around the world.And while the love story between the American divorcee and the fifth-in-line to the British throne has surprised and delighted royal watchers around the world, one person saw it coming – and has warned Prince Harry to be cautious. I’m not shocked at all', said Ms Priddy. 'It’s like she has been planning this all her life.'

Meghan's heartbreak at the life she must leave behind

Meghan Markle has finally found her Prince Charming - but it has come at a huge cost, with the American actress forced to give up on many of her passions. Prince Harry's fiancee had to make the heartbreaking decision to leave behind her dog Bogart (main) after moving to the UK to start her new life, as the pet is thought to be too old to fly overseas. The 36-year-old has also given up on her career as an actress so she can take up full royal commitments in Britain, bringing an end to her run as Rachel Zane in the hit series Suits (left inset), the show which brought her to prominence. Kensington Palace confirmed that Miss Markle's new role would also force her to give up her charity work with the United Nations, plus her role as patron at organisations including World Vision Canada (top left, in Botswana) and One Young World. She has already moved out of her two-bedroom home in Toronto (bottom left) according to reports, as she prepares to settle down with Prince Harry (right inset) in his Nottingham Cottage, within the grounds of Kensington Palace.

Miss Markle, who comes Los Angeles, will go through the lengthy application process just like a normal citizen, despite plans to marry Harry in May at Windsor Castle.

British taxpayers are expected to pick up the bill for security at the event, as they did for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in April 2011 at a cost of about £20million.

The later bank holiday is thought to be the preferred option for the royals, with May 7 falling closer to the Duchess of Cambridge's due date in April.

Brexit bill could hit £50bn under 'agreement in principle'

Britain and the EU have an 'agreement in principle' on how to calculate the Brexit divorce bill, it was claimed tonight. In a crucial first step to hammering out a draft divorce agreement in time for Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker to meet over lunch on Monday, the outline plan could see the final cost rise to almost £50billion. An exact figure is unlikely to ever be made public as negotiations have focused on how to calculate what is included and not an incendiary headline number. Bigger problems remain in resolving how to operate the Irish border and offering guarantees to EU citizens living in Britain after Brexit.

The report, by the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), warned of more than 290,000 job losses in Germany and approximately 140,000 in each of France and Italy.

The Commons Speaker said Mr Davis could face a charge of contempt of parliament if he fails to satisfy MPs demanding details of impact assessments covering 58 sectors of the economy.

The Commons worked itself into such indignation that David Davis (absent yesterday) could be found ‘in contempt of Parliament’.

Little Britain star David Walliams, pictured, was fined £600 and ordered to pay £2,415 in costs and received six penalty points at a hearing at Brighton Magistrates' Court yesterday.

The private firm, called NHS Shared Business Services, had a contract to deliver documents between GPs and hospitals and resulted in almost 900,000 documents disappearing.

Websites that 'hoover up' concert tickets en masse and re-sell them at high prices face legal action for flouting UK consumer law and ripping off customers by the Competition & Markets Authority.

The drug, a new psychoactive substance (NPS) which has caused chaos in jails in England and Wales, is much cheaper for inmates to buy than tobacco in no-smoking jails.

British magazine Country Life has offered a helping hand to hosts and guests everywhere with advice on the dos and don’ts of canapés.


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Poppi Worthington's father Paul arrives at inquest

Paul Worthington (inset) has been accused of?sexually assaulting the 13-month-old shortly before her tragic death in 2012 - but he escaped prosecution amid claims of a bungled Cumbria Police investigation. Today Worthington arrived at Kendal Coroner's Court in a blacked out van and rushed into court with his coat over his head accompanied by two uniformed officers who bundled him inside (right). A doctor who battled to save Poppi was 'suspicious' of her injuries and revealed 'blood was dribbling down her legs', the inquest heard yesterday. In January 2016 High Court judge Justice Peter Jackson ruled that Worthington probably sexually assaulted his 13-month-old daughter in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, shortly before she died in 2012. In January 2016 High Court judge Justice Peter Jackson ruled that Worthington probably sexually assaulted his 13-month-old daughter. Poppi's local MP John Woodcock has repeatedly demanded police re-open an investigation into whether Paul Worthington, 48, caused the toddler's death to 'salvage some prospect of justice' for Poppi.

New evidence links Levi Bellfield to 1996 Russell murders

Lawyers acting for the man jailed for the murders of Lin and Megan Russell will present new evidence which they claim links serial killer Levi Bellfield (inset) to the brutal crime. Hammer killer Michael Stone, now 57, (left)?is serving three life sentences with a minimum of 25 years in prison. He bludgeoned to death Lin Russell and six-year-old daughter Megan (right) 20 years ago in a murder that shocked the nation. Lin's elder daughter Josie, nine, miraculously survived the frenzied attack, in which even the family dog was slaughtered. But Stone, who has fought a protracted legal battle to clear his name, has always maintained his innocence and now his legal team have said they will present new evidence which they claim points to Milly Dowler's killer, Bellfield.

Ms Siddiq and her team turned on a Channel 4 News team after they tried to ask her about the case of Ahmad Bin Quasem, a lawyer who was detained in Bangladesh.

James Rattigan, 67, of Failsworth, Greater Manchester, vowed to kill Kenny McLaughin and his family and burn their house down after 23 years of simmering tensions between them exploded.

British fashion chain Next has urgently recalled its children's grey fur collar coat (pictured) over fears the buttons could 'become detached' and end up choking the youngsters after they put it on.

Scaredy cat! Permanently surprised rescue kitten

Rescue kitten Curious Zelda (pictured), who lives with her 31-year-old owner Matt Taghioff (left), has more than 30,000 Twitter followers who enjoy her startled look. Mr Taghioff, of Beckenham, South East London, rescued Zelda three years ago when her advert said 'don't be put off by my spooked expression'. The customer service manager said he was convinced to start a page for his pet's fans after conversation with friends and family always returned to her 'amazing' look. Mr Taghioff accompanies pictures of Zelda with hilarious captions imagining why she could look so shocked. His most popular tweet to date shows Zelda looking surprised and reads: 'Please be careful not to overcharge your Zelda.' Other alarmed looks are accompanied by captions such as: 'Things I seen. Can't be unseen.'

A 15-year-old boy has been charged with causing the deaths by dangerous driving of three children and two men who died in a crash in Leeds, West Yorkshire Police said.

The Grade II-listed building in Yoxford, Suffolk, has emerged for sale for just the third time since it was built in 1888 and boasts stained glass windows on three sides of the fascinating building.

The actor molested four women at a Manchester music venue last month, but was only charged with sexually assaulting two of them.

Landing site for Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain found

New research from experts at the University of Leicester suggests that the first landing of Julius Caesar’s fleet in Britain took place in 54BC at Pegwell Bay on the Isle of Thanet, Kent (top right image). The project has involved surveys of hillforts that may have been attacked by Caesar, studies in museums of objects that may have been made or buried at the time of the invasions, such as coin hoards, and excavations in Kent. Iron weaponry, including the tip of a Roman javelin, and other artefacts dug up at a site (left image) in the neighbouring hamlet of Ebbsfleet suggest it was a 1st century BC Roman base. It was up to 20 hectares in size and the main purpose would have been be to protect Caesar’s fleet, which had been drawn up on to the beach. Roadworkers who found signs of a large defensive ditch (inset) led to the realisation this was the likely spot where Caesar first set foot on British soil. The location of the fort, the remains of which now sit half a mile (900 metres) from the mainland but overlooked the bay 2,000 years ago, matches Caesar’s own personal account of his invasion. Pictured bottom right is Ciaran Hinds as Julius Caesar in the BBC drama Rome.

Britain has a ‘moral obligation’ to help Afghan interpreters who served with UK troops, a former head of the military said yesterday.

In six areas across England, more than 50 per cent of the beds available are in elderly care homes rated as inadequate or needing improvement. (file photo)

The UK Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) has issued new guidance to put 'little blue fridge' logo on food to remind people to store it in the fridge below five degrees.

Being married cuts the risk of developing dementia by almost a third, British researchers report after comparing 15 studies conducted in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Luckington manor could be Meghan and Harry's country home

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured, centre, kissing at a polo event in Berkshire) could be looking to set up their marital home in a village, it has been claimed. The couple might be looking to settle in the village of Luckington in the Cotswolds, near his childhood home. Luckington, which has a population of 630, is in the heart of the polo country where Harry and William grew up. And the £7.7million stately manor is also near Highgrove, Harry's childhood home and where Charles still lives. Luckington Court is known for being used as the location of Longbourne in the 1995 TV series Pride and Prejudice. And it is also nearby to the Minchinhampton home of his cousin Zara Tindle and his aunt Princess Anne. Luckington is located just 18 miles from Bristol on the Wiltshire-South Gloucestershire border.

Meghan Markle's very revealing online pictures

As a social media devotee, Meghan Markle posted often on her Instagram page and her now-shut lifestyle website, The Tig. And these old posts shed a fascinating light on our latest royal. In her Instagram, Miss Markle shows her support for Hillary Clinton, screenshots of conversations with her father, and trendy bedtime reading. She also shares a mantra or two - including 'Strong women intimidate boys and excite men'. In other images she shows off shampoo from the hair brand Oribe, make up from Dior and dozens of other beauty products.

The visit, less than two weeks after Miss Markle arrived from Canada, will begin an intensive six-month tour of the UK, with the prince 'looking forward' to introducing his fiancee to the public.

The couple are not wasting any time and will walk down the aisle just months after getting engaged and under two years after they first met on a blind date.

Miss Markle, from Los Angeles, will be both baptised and confirmed as she prepares for her church wedding at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, with Prince Harry, in May.

Fashion designer Misha Nonoo, 31, and Meghan Markle met some years ago after being seated next to one another during a lunch in Miami, and soon became firm friends.

Camilla joined Prince Charles on a visit to Stoke-on-Trent on Tuesday where they met with pantomime actors and viewed?some of Britain's other cultural treasures.

The Queen greeted the President of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and his wife Elke Budenbender outside the Grand Entrance before a private lunch at Buckingham Palace.

Rail lines axed by Dr Beeching in the 1960s may reopen

Railway lines and stations lost during the Beeching cuts could be reopened to drive housebuilding. The Transport Secretary said yesterday that reversing some of the 1960s closures would provide homes, boost the economy and ease overcrowding. Chris Grayling’s ministry will today announce it is to accelerate plans announced in the Budget to reopen a rail link between Oxford and Cambridge. Other lines in Bristol, Devon and the West Midlands could be reinstated, along with the building of four stations in West Yorkshire.

A drive by the Home Office to recruit hundreds of staff to tackle an asylum backlog ended up with just one person being hired, a watchdog has revealed.

The Thatcher Network, a group of academics who carry out research into the former prime minister and her policies, is hosting the conference in Liverpool next April.

Britain's?inner cities have ceased to be sinks of poverty now provide young people with thriving education institutions, growing numbers of businesses and good jobs, a report found.

Students at Corpus Christi in Oxford said its ‘Fraenkel room’ needed to be renamed to spare the ‘feelings’ of college members who might be offended by it.

Somerville College in Oxford rejected plans to introduce gender neutral toilets over fears it could lead to female students being harassed by their male counterparts.

The NHS?is hiring up to 5,500 'rolling' nurses from India and the Philippines who will work here for two to three years gaining specialist experience and skills before returning back home.

Great-grandmother booked luxury cruise with stranger

A great-grandmother who booked a £3,700 luxury cruise with a 91-year-old stranger 45 minutes after meeting him in a pub says people should live life without regrets. Vera Burrell (pictured, inset), 90, stopped for lunch in Winchester during an organised coach trip to the south coast from her home in Suffolk. The great grandmother ordered a glass of wine and shared a table with an elderly gentleman who wandered in for a bite to eat. Talk turned to holidays and the mystery man - himself 91 - asked Vera if she'd ever been on a cruise, suggesting it was about time she did. The mystery man, who Vera initially knew only as John, splashed out an incredible £3,700 for the lavish 11-night Mediterranean cruise onboard the Azura (pictured, main) - a 290-metre luxury P & O liner - complete with pools, casinos and spas.

Clive Horsey, 58, from Radlett, Hertfordshire, pictured, had to live on a liquid diet and lost two stone following the botched operation at Barnet Hospital in North London.

Fleetwood Town supporter Rob Lanyon had been in a pub ahead of a derby match against Blackpool on Saturday. Trouble flared with police and Mr Lanyon was slammed headfirst into a car.

Britain's largest tobacco supplier Palmer & Harvey has gone into administration, which means 2,500 of its 4,000 members of staff will be made redundant with immediate effect.

Island with a five-bedroom house on sale for £700,000

The tidal island of?Ynys Faelog, just off the coast of Anglesey, includes woodland and a garden offering stunning views across the Menai Strait and its famous suspension bridge(inset, bottom). Accessed by one privately-owned tidal road, the house(left, top right) was originally built as two fishermen's cottages before being converted into a bathing station in Queen Victoria's reign and then refurbished. Pictured bottom right: The sun room, which looks out onto the garden.

Sussex Police arrested the 22-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder following this morning's fatal stabbing in a park in Crawley, West Sussex at 10.30am today.

UFC fighter Conor McGregor is believed to have been involved in a pub brawl on Sunday night in Crumlin, south Dublin along with a man who is an associate of a major crime boss.

Nick Tay, 25, was speeding down a dual-carriageway in south west London at more than double the limit when he veered across two lanes and hit the central reservation.

Consultant Simon Bramhall, 53, is charged with branding one man and one woman's livers with 'SB' during transplant surgery at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, in 2013.

Roland Berzobskis entered Atwal's Garage in Derby before slyly swiping a charity box. But he was caught on CCTV and chased out by the shopkeeper who pinned him up against the wall.

Outbreak of potentially deadly measles has spread

EXCLUSIVE: Charlotte Noble, from Leeds, said doctors dismissed her 9-month-old son Teddy's rash even when it 'had spread like wild fire' (pictured right). Sian Cartwright's 7-month-old from girl Olivia (left and inset) from Chester was repeatedly misdiagnosed too. The outbreak has now spread from the north west to the Midlands.

British family's camera washed up 350miles away in Germany

Incredibly the small waterproof camera (inset) still works and recorded the last moments (left and right) at Thornwick Bay in Flamborough, East Yorkshire. It was used on September 1 before being swept by the sea and washed away. It was found on Halig Suderoo - a tiny island off the north-east coast of Germany. Now the camera's German finders have taken to social media to try and reunite the footage with it's rightful owner across the North Sea. The time stamp on the footage shows the camera's original owners - two children - walking on a beach searching rock pools with a bucket (right).

Firms prosecuted after Dorset girl was killed by lift

Alexys Brown(main) suffered fatal head and neck injuries when she became trapped between a lift and the ground floor ceiling at her family’s home in Weymouth, Dorset. The Health and Safety Executive today announced they intend to prosecute Synergy Housing Limited, Aster Property Limited and Orona Limited for breaches of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 in relation to her death. Pictured middle: Floral tributes outside Alexy's home.

Indigo McGregor, from London, deteriorated as the growth pressed against her brain stem and was forced to use a wheelchair. But she made an amazing recovery after live-saving surgery.

Keelan MacKnight, who was 15, was struck by the football just below his ribs at the exact nanosecond that the heart's system is vulnerable, while playing in goal in, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

British boxer Ricky Hatton has called for those who run his sport to do more around mental health after talking more about his battles with depression and alcoholism on Loose Women.

Satbir Arora (pictured) picked up the girl from Bicester in Oxfordshire and took her to Gloucester station, but became suspicious when she refused to give him more details about her trip.

Question Time was airing live from Colchester Town Hall in Essex when host David Dimbleby suddenly announced it was finishing early after an audience member collapsed and could not be moved.

Audience member Susie Hamill, whose daughter Ffion has Downs Syndrome, said she was insulted and left 'in tears' after hearing the crass joke at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on Saturday.

Harrowing photographs have captured the purgatory endured by disabled people forced to live a life of solitude and hardship in Victorian era Britain.

Lou Anderson, 36, who lives in Bramley in Hampshire, has claimed her Amazon delivery driver is 'taunting' her because she complained about him.

Megan Bannister accused cleared of her manslaughter

Jason Burder (centre) and Adam King (left) were accused of plying Megan Bannister (right) with booze and ecstasy before sending humiliating Snapchat videos of her fitting. They were said to have caused her death by driving around as she lay dying in the back of their car with high levels of drugs in her blood on May 14. But the pair were cleared of manslaughter today after a judge ruled it was impossible to say whether their actions, though 'morally repugnant', had caused the schoolgirl's death.

Ex-SAS pilot threw barrels loaded with cocaine over Kent

Rudi Sels (pictured top left), 65, piloted a light aircraft from Belgium before dropping the Class A drugs stuffed into drums wrapped in black duct tape (bottom left) last June. Waiting on the ground were (right, top to bottom) Andrew Barrett, 42, Jonathan Hart, 61, Michael Mealing, 42, and who used a map to plan landing and drop-off sites for the packages. But the gang were being watched by detectives from the National Crime Agency. Hart, Barrett and Mealing admitted their parts in the operation and were jailed for a total of 38 years in January.

'I don't know how I survived': Hit and run victim, 53, reveals he still hasn't seen video of him flying 60ft through the air like a rag doll despite it being viewed three million times online - as driver is jailed for more than six years?

Adam McDermott, 33, (inset) drove a Fiat 500 into 53-year-old Andrew Payne in Brighton last year, leaving him seriously injured in the road before fleeing the scene. Sickening CCTV (right) captured the moment the father-of-three (left) was flipped into the air like a rag doll as the builder - who did not have a driving licence - tore round a corner. Brighton Crown Court heard McDermott, who has 47 previous convictions for 114 offences, attempted to torch the car and destroy any evidence afterwards. But Judge Charles Kemp hit out at 'grossly inadequate' sentencing powers which meant he could only jail McDermott for four years for dangerous driving. In an emotionally-charged speech outside court, Mr Payne's wife Lisa said she was grateful her husband was still alive, but said there had 'been a change in him'.

Anna Amos, 38, was convicted of the speeding in her absence and given penalty points after Hannah Lewis (pictured), of Windsor, gave false details when she was caught speeding.

Corporals Danny Foster, 30, (pictured) and Philip Beer, 34, both face charges of ill-treatment of a subordinate at the trial at Portsmouth Naval Base.

The schoolboy was discovered at a property in the Nechells area of Birmingham on Sunday. A 56-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman were arrested and released under investigation.

The shocking attack was filmed by a horrified passer-by who spotted the man yanking the pooch off the ground by its lead on a footpath in Aberystwyth, West Wales, around 1.45pm on November 11.

Jaswant Rathore is alleged to have touched the young women inappropriately on different occasions between late 2008 and the late summer of 2015 in his Dudley surgery.

Serial rapist Port, 42, was convicted of the murders of four young men who he drugged at his north-east London flat.

Sun Tamang, from Aldershot, has been convicted of strangling an elderly ex-Gurkha Man Limbu to death before assaulting his wife with a traditional Nepalese knife and a rolling pin.

Bethany Glasson, 22, admitted spitting at a security guard and biting a police officer on the leg after being escorted out of Tregenna Castle Hotel in St Ives, Cornwall, for binge drinking.

Joseph Fettah, 20, staged an 'impromptu race' with friend Jamie Oaten, 24, moments before Jenna Miller, 30, was killed as she pulled out of a petrol station in Barry, South Wales.

Jewish groups slam Brits for 'unbelievably crass' selfies

The photographs, which appeared on social media, show visitors smiling and posing at Auschwitz-Birkenau museum in Poland, where Nazis murdered over a million people. One of the images shows a woman lifting up her leg and taking a selfie in front of a display showing hundreds of pairs of shoes taken from children before they were murdered at the camp (left). Another features a smiling man wearing sunglasses and standing on the camp's railway track - which was used to transport victims in cattle cars - with his hands in his pockets (top right). In the caption, the man explained: 'Getting a bit of culture before the Stag Do Starts #auschwitz #birkenau #worldwar2.' Yet another shows a couple outside the infamous 'Arbeit Macht Frei' ('Work Sets You Free') sign at the camp (bottom right). Board of Deputies of British Jews vice president Marie van der Zyl said: 'The selfies are unbelievably crass.’

UK weather: Temperatures set to plunge to -10C

Widespread frost and snowfall is on the way, following on from icy mornings that affected much of the country at the weekend. Britain is set to be colder than the Arctic Circle with snow flurries near East, West and North coasts this week, then -12C (10F) lows are due in coming weeks as the coldest December for seven years is forecast. Tomorrow night could get even colder with -4C (25F) in many parts of England and Wales. Meanwhile on snow-covered mountains in Scotland, the temperature could fall to -10C (14F), and -5C (23F) or -6C (21F) in the glens.

Christmas market chaos at Chatsworth House

Other motorists heading to the stately property (inset), the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, near Bakewell, Derbyshire, said they were having to queue to get in. And after their vehicles have been pulled out of the mud (pictured), drivers complained they had to wait in line for hours to leave the site due to congestion. The venue also experienced traffic and parking problems earlier this year when it hosted the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show, which attracted more than 800,000 people. Furious visitors took to social media to share their anger (inset, left), with one writing: 'Sad state of affairs Chatsworth House. We couldn't get anywhere near, terrible traffic control and no info whatsoever.'

British mother Nazanin Ratcliffe has post traumatic stress disorder, doctors in the Iranian jail where she is being held have confirmed. The mother of one is being held on spying charges

Paediatrician Dr Osama Braima fought to resuscitate Poppi at Furness General Hospital before she was pronounced dead. He told a court today he was 'suspicious' of her injuries.

The town of Avallon in the Burgundy region asked the permission of the late Labour MP's family earlier this year, before unveiling 'rue Jo Cox' in a working-class area of the town.

The number of people living in Britain is due to top 70million by mid 2029 under the main forecast, but 'variant' estimates show the process will be faster if net migration does not fall.

Croydon Council made the big payout after the youngster got injured on a playground bench in one its parks in south London. File photo.

British tourists make up 3,000 of the 120,000 holidaymakers trapped on the island of Bali as flights have been grounded for two days amid fears of a huge ears of a huge volcanic eruption

Parking spaces will not be allowed as part of residential developments which have the best public transport links, while new offices in the city will not be allowed commuter or visitor parking.

A tube gang fight sparked a stampede of shoppers in the British capital on Black Friday, with many fearing a terrorist attack and social media flooded with reports of gunshots.

Former Premier League footballer Andy Townsend, who was hosting a BBC 5Live show, was chatting to to Ian Wright and Chelsea Ladies star Eni Aluko when he made the remark.

North Korea launch intercontinental ballistic missile

?An unfazed President Donald Trump said Tuesday that an intercontinental ballistic missile launch by North Korea 'is a situation that we will handle.' 'We will take care of it,' Trump told reporters a few hours after the missile streaked across Korean and Japanese skies at 745 miles per hour.?

Italian man 'kept woman in sex dungeon for a decade'

Aloisio Giordano (inset), 52, was arrested in Calabria at the weekend after police say they discovered a 29-year-old Romanian woman chained up in a squalid basement (left and right) along with two children. The woman told officers she had been trapped there for a decade - chained to a metal pole while Giordano beat, tortured and raped her. During that time she was forced to give birth to two children, a now nine-year-old boy and three-year-old girl, who were subsequently made to watch and even join in the abuse. Shockingly Giordano was jailed for the same crime once before in 1995, but was only sentenced to five years in jail and released early for good behaviour.

Russia investigates if tsar was killed in Jewish ritual

Russia is launching an investigation into whether Tsar Nicholas II and his family (left) were killed by Jews in a 'ritual murder'. The country's final emperor was shot with his wife and five children by Communist revolutionaries in 1918 after Vladimir Lenin came to power. Hardcore elements of the Russian Orthodox Church insist he was murdered in a Jewish ritual - but Jewish groups strongly deny the 'anti-Semitic and unsubstantiated' accusations. Right: Empress Alexandra with son Alexei. Inset: Romanov family in Tobolsk.

Prince Miteb was among dozens of Saudi royal family members, ministers and current and former senior officials who were rounded up in an inquiry into alleged corruption.

Katerina Tikhonova was first named as Putin's daughter in 2015 by a senior Russian businessman, who also changed his story despite two anonymous sources confirming the claim.

Sharing a stage with Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Pope Francis did not address the Rohingya crisis head-on, instead tip-toeing around the unfolding humanitarian emergency.

An investigation was launched after a local paper last year published testimonies of 11 men and women claiming to have been assaulted in Tysfjord, a municipality above the Arctic Circle.

Frances Fitzgerald has told her Cabinet colleagues she will step down in a last-ditch bid to avoid a Christmas snap election.

Six North Korea ships, some containing living sailors while others filled with bodies and skeletons, have washed up on Japan's shores since the start of November and nobody is sure why.

Space officials were left scrambling to 'analyse' the data after the glitch which followed an apparently smooth launch from the country's Far East.

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