Volunteers from Lincolnshire have called on the Government to do more to help refugees after returning from a camp in Greece.Read the full story ›
A climber from Leeds had a lucky escape when he was rescued after injuring himself on a remote mountain in New Zealand.Read the full story ›
The family of a woman involved in a crash in Thailand have made an urgent appeal for people with her rare blood type as her to come forward.Read the full story ›
An aid worker who tried to smuggle an Afghan girl into the UK says he is "preparing for the worst" as he waits to be sentenced.Read the full story ›
Four transgender women have been arrested in Thailand after a Briton plunged to his death from a fourth-floor window.Read the full story ›
Former One Direction member Zayn Malik has topped the 2015 list of the world's 50 Sexiest Asian Men.
Bradford-born Malik, who left the group earlier this year to be a "normal 22-year-old", is also the youngest person ever to top the list.
This year marks the 12th edition of the annual poll by UK-based Eastern Eye newspaper.
Last year's winner Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan slipped into second place this year, with Pakistani singer and actor Ali Zafar in third place.
Malik was in ninth position last year but ended up topping this year's list following votes from across the globe.
The top five is completed with Indian TV star Barun Sobti in fourth position and actor Vivian Dsena in fifth position.
Other notable names in the top 10 are Bollywood heavy weight Salman Khan in seventh spot, and Shah Rukh Khan, often referred to as the King of Bollywood, holding the ninth spot.
The Yorkshire region is to take in 1,500 refugees, who are fleeing the war in Syria, over the next few years with 21 local councils agreeing to help.
It is part of what the government has described as our "moral responsibility" to those living in camps on the border with the war-torn country.
Around 100 have already arrived and our correspondent Katie Oscroft has been to see one Syrian family who are settling in to life in the Calendar region.
A man from West Yorkshire has died after falling from a balcony while on holiday in Thailand.
Naami Keyghobad, 28, from Leeds, is believed to have fallen from the fourth floor of a guest house where he had been staying in the popular holiday resort of Pattaya.
His family have now confirmed that Naami had traveled to Thailand on December 4 and was due to spend Christmas abroad, before returning to the UK just before New Year.
It has been reported that four transgender women have been arrested by Thai police in connection with his death, which happened at around 7.30pm on Tuesday.
He was reportedly found in an alleyway and taken to a local hospital where he later died.
"Naami, who was 28 years old, travelled to Thailand on holiday on December 4 and was due to return on December 30.
"We are obviously very distressed by the news of his death and are concerned that there will be unhelpful speculation about the circumstances in which he died.
"We are asking the media to consider carefully the impact that reporting such speculation can have on us at what is a very difficult time.
"We are requesting that the media allow us complete privacy to deal with our grief and should recognise that any contact from them will be unwelcome."
"We are providing support to the family of a British national who died in Thailand on 15 December, and are also in contact with local authorities regarding the death."
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A man from Dewsbury has escaped prison after being found guilty of terrorism offences.
35-year-old Adeel Amjad was given a 12-month suspended sentence when a jury at Leeds Crown Court found him guilty of possessing a record of information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism - under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act.
Amjad was charged by the North East Counter Terrorism Unit in April 2015 after 'material of a terrorist nature' was discovered at his home.
Adeel Amjad was found to be possession of literature that is designed to influence the reader to support terrorism.
This is a serious offence and we hope that today's verdict/sentence sends out a clear message that anyone caught having this type of material in their possession can expect to be brought before the courts.