70 years ago tonight Russian troops were advancing through southern Nazi-occupied Poland and closing in on the notorious Auschwitz death camp - the following day they liberated it.
Tomorrow survivors will gather at the site to mark the anniversary.
Our correspondent David Wood reports:
Police in Leeds are investigating after a number of people were taken ill after apparently consuming illegal drugs over the weekend.
At 8pm yesterday, police were contacted by staff at Leeds General Infirmary reporting a total of eight people - mostly aged in their early twenties - attending at the hospital and at St James's Hospital with symptoms including abnormally fast heart rate, dizziness, sweating and dilated pupils.
It is believed they had taken MDMA, known as ecstasy. All were kept under observations.
A 51-year old man is fighting for his life in hospital after he was assaulted in a pub in Hatfield this weekend.
Police say that the pub fight broke out between a number of people in the Ingram Arms pub, High Street, Hatfield around 10.30 pm.
It is alleged that the man attempted to intervene and was reportedly assaulted by a group of men.
He was taken to hospital to be treated for a serious head injury.
Two men, aged 29 and 22-years-old, and a 17-year-old boy, were arrested in connection with the incident and bailed pending further enquiries.
Police in Harrogate arrested eight people on suspicion of offences including drug dealing and money laundering on Friday.
During three search warrants and planned operations to arrest suspects, 20 officers seized cash, drugs and items such as weighing scales and mobile phones, suspected of being used in drug dealing.
A 30-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man were arrested on suspicion of possessing a class B drug with intent to supply after a search warrant at a property on Ripon Road. They have been released on police bail to allow for further enquiries to be carried out.
A 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing class B drugs with intent to supply after a search warrant at a property on Avenue Place where officers seized an amount of cannabis, weighing scales and other items believed to be linked to drugs.
He has been released on police bail to allow for further enquiries. A second person found at the address was issued with a cannabis warning.
In Walworth Avenue officers searched a property and arrested two people, a man aged18 and a woman aged 36.
Both were arrested on suspicion of possessing class A drugs. They have been released on police bail while enquiries continue.
A 30-year-old man was arrested at a property on Cheltenham Crescent on suspicion of money laundering. His arrest followed an investigation into the theft of two mountain bikes which were reported stolen on 3 January. He has been released on police bail while further enquiries are carried out.
At a property in Hyde Park Road, officers arrested a man wanted in connection with a burglary. He was transferred into the custody of Humberside Police.
Each week two women are killed in domestic violence incidents in England and Wales and one in four experience domestic violence over their lifetimes.
It is a year since a new law allowed women to find out if their partner has an abusive past and new figures reveal more than a thousand women have used it.
Sarah Clark has been talking to the father from Wakefield who lobbied for the change in law after his daughter was brutally killed:
There was a moment of history on Yorkshire soil today as the Church of England's first female bishop was consecrated.
However, the ceremony at York Minster was disrupted by a lone protestor opposed to the high-profile roles women are now occupying in the once all-male dominated Anglican church.
The protest highlighted continuing divisions within the church. But its leaders said tonight that more women will follow in the footsteps of the Reverend Libby Lane who today became the Bishop of Stockport.
David Hirst reports:
Giant-killers Bradford City could take on Premier League Sunderland at Valley Parade in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
They have been drawn to either Sunderland or Championship Fulham in the next round.
The Bantams pulled off one of the biggest shocks in cup history after they beat Premier League table-topping Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Sheffield United could face Manchester United at Bramall Lane if the Blades can get past Preston if the Reds can beat League Two Cambridge in their respective replays.
Rosie Leigh won £16,087 after she bet on Bradford City to win against Chelsea this weekend.
The Londoner managed to pick all five winners in the Fourth Round matches. Her bet of £2 earned her £16,087.
And as she successfully predicted that the top three teams in the Premier League would all lose - two of them to sides from outside the top flight.
A drug dealer, who went on the run before he was due in court for heading up a £13m smuggling ring, has been arrested in the Philippines.
John Halliday, from Harrogate, was a lead member of an organised crime group responsible for importing and supplying hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of drugs.
His arrest followed an operation which resulted in a raid on business premises in Leeds where 10 kilos of class B drugs were recovered.
Halliday disappeared in September 2013, before the start of his trial. He was jailed for ten years in his absence.