The Duke of Cambridge has followed in his mother's footsteps - and visited a Commonwealth war cemetery on the first full day of his tour of Japan. Princess Diana laid a wreath at the same war graves 20 years ago.
Prince William is on a week long trip to China and Japan where he will undertake engagements to promote UK relations with both countries. The Duchess of Cambridge is not accompanying her husband as she is due to give birth to their second child in April.
The man identified as the Islamic State fanatic Jihadi John came into contact with MI5 at least a dozen times, before he fled Britain for Syria.
The security services had tried to recruit Mohammed Emwazi - who grew up in London - before he travelled to the Middle East three years ago.
The Twittersphere went crazy last night for two runaway llamas in Arizona. The two llamas on the lam led a sheriff’s team on a chase through the streets of Sun City.
Arizona's ABC 15 Reports live streamed the footage of the two escaped animals - eventually showing the safe capture of the pair - but it didn't stop news publications having a bit of a giggle at the same time!
This ugly little man can still make my stomach churn
A report on the abuse carried out by Jimmy Savile at Stoke Mandeville hospital will finally be published today. The long awaited 'lessons learned' reports into Jimmy Savile's abuse of patients at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is expected to reveal more could have been done to stop the Savile's abuse.
Stoke Mandeville's former director of nursing and a now-retired Thames Valley police detective have already said that their concerns about Savile's abuse were dismissed by authorities.
Richard Gaisford talks to victim Caroline Moore, who was a paralysed 13-year-old in a wheelchair when Savile abused her. She is still haunted by the assault as she recovered in a childre'ns ward at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in 1971.
Astonishing acts of bravery within the military services have been recognised at this year's operational honours. The highest honour offered this year was the Victoria Cross given to Lance Corporal Joshua Leakey who was deployed in Afghanistan as a member of a Task Force conducting operations to disrupt insurgent safe-havens.
Lance Corporal Leakey's group came under attack from machine guns and grenade fire, realising the seriousness of the situation and with disregard for his own safety, Lance Corporal Leakey dashed across the hillside to come to the aid of his companions. The soldier gave first aid to the wounded officer and took control of the situation, initiating the casualty evacuation.