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UK tennis stars have rallied behind former British women's tennis number one Elena Baltacha after she revealed she has liver cancer.
Current British number one Laura Robson and Anne Keothavong who was at the top of British female tennis with Baltacha for many years, took to Twitter to show their support.
Ukrainian-born Baltacha vowed to fight the cancer "with everything I have" after revealing her diagnosis yesterday.
English strawberries have gone on sale in supermarkets after the very wet but mild winter helped them ripen early.
Waitrose confirmed it has native strawberries in selected stores in time for what is predicted to be the hottest day of the year tomorrow, with temperatures reaching 18C in some parts of Britain, a week earlier than last year.
Vietnamese search and rescue operations have not picked up any signal from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a Vietnamese rescue official has said.
"We have been seeking but no signal from the plane yet," Pham Hien, director of a Vietnam maritime search and rescue coordination centre in Vung Tau, told Reuters.
Vietnamese and Chinese media had reported that a signal from the plane had been picked up. The reports did not identify what kind of signal.
"The information on local media about the signal near the Cape Ca Mau was inaccurate," Pham said.
Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that they have lost contact with flight MH370 Group CEO, Ahmad Jauhari said in a press conference today.
"we are deeply saddened this morning with the news on MH370" he said, but was quick to quell speculation that the aircraft had landed in Nanming. "We are working to verify the authenticity of the report".
"We are working with authorities who have activated their Search and Rescue team to locate the aircraft.
Our team is currently calling the next-of-kin of passengers and crew".
The flight was carrying a 239 passengers and crew, comprising 227 passengers -including 2 infants- and 12 crew members.
Police at Beijing airport direct journalists and relatives of the missing passengers to an information point at the nearby Lido Hotel.
Police at Beijing airport directing journalists & relatives to Lido hotel for info on missing MH370 flight http://t.co/6psQ7g9lrG
The Malaysian Airlines aircraft that 'disappeared' en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, is "still missing" and has not landed, spokesman for the company told CNN.
Fuad Sharuji, Vice President of Operations for Malaysia Airlines, said that there had been no distress call or no indication that the aircraft was in difficulty.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing - the US company that make the 777-200 aircraft - have tweeted their concern over the incident.
We’re closely monitoring reports on Malaysia flight MH370. Our thoughts are with everyone on board.
According to China's Xinhua News Agency, the plane lost communication over Vietnam with the control department in the Ho Chi Minh area at 1.20am local time and that radar contact also was lost.
The plane was carrying 227 passengers, including two infants, and 12 crew members.
The MH370 flight from Malaysia to Beijing has lost contact. It carries 239 people, including 12 crew members and 160 Chinese passengers
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 did not not enter airspace controlled by China and did not make contact with Chinese controllers, Xinhua news agency said.
China's state news agency reported that radar contact with the flight was lost while it was in Vietnamese airspace.
It said there had not been any reports received yet about any aircraft crashed in Chinese waters.
"The flight was carrying a total number of 239 passengers and crew – comprising 227 passengers (including 2 infants), 12 crew members. The passengers were of 13 different nationalities".
Radar contact with a Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 that has gone missing on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing was lost in airspace controlled by Vietnam in the early hours of Saturday morning, China's Xinhua news agency have said.
ITV News has spoken to an Al-Qaeda linked group that's helped hundreds of foreigners fight in Syria.
Western security services are concerned the extremists could carry out terror attacks on home soil if they return.
But Al Nusra insists we have nothing to fear.