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Wreckage of Air Algerie flight located in Mali

There were 116 people on board the Air Algerie flight.

The wreckage of Air Algerie flight AH5017 carrying 110 passengers and six crew has been found in Mali, south of the town of Gao, Malian state television said.

Air Algerie officials lost contact with the plane 50 minutes after it took off from Burkina Faso's capital, Ouagadougou.

The plane was travelling to Algiers but may have got into trouble when trying to avoid flying through a powerful storm.

Payday loans killed my dad

Saddled with more than £20,000 of debts to payday loan firms and no income, Ian Jordan could see no way out of his financial situation, so the 60-year-old took an overdose of painkillers to end his own life.

After his death he received 1,000 texts from lenders demanding cash and Ian's daughter Samantha Carr has now demanded a government clampdown and posted an emotional video on YouTube, telling of her heartache and outlining how easy it is to get into financial trouble.

Below is a video Samantha made while heartbroken over her dad's death.

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'I don't think Peaches was happy when she died'

She couldn't breathe until she was 16 years old

– Katie Hind

The secrets of Peaches Geldof's drug addiction were made public yesterday at an inquest into her death.

The 25-year-old journalist, presenter and model has been battling a heroin addiction for more than two and half years. Police discovered heroin with a syringe and burnt spoons in her home.

Her husband Thomas Cohen had been away at the time but told the inquest he found Peaches slumped on a bed in the family's spare room.

Good Morning Britain speaks to Katie Hind, showbiz editor for the Sunday People, who knew Peaches and saw her shortly before her death.

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Peaches Geldof