A minute's silence has been held at the reopening of the inquest into the Tunisia terror attacks.
Thirty-eight people were killed when terrorist Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire in the popular resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse, in June 2015.
The hearing will examine what happened to the 30 Britons who died in the atrocities.
The full inquests into the deaths of 30 Britons killed in the Tunisia beach terror attacks are to get underway today.Read the full story ›
Some 38 people were killed when Islamist gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire on a beach in Sousse, Tunisia, in June 2015.Read the full story ›
Rather cloudy, but some clear spells possible. Staying mainly dry.Read the full story ›
Lawand now lives in Derby and attends the Royal School for the deaf where he has learnt to communicate in just five months.Read the full story ›
Two sisters, aged ten and eleven, who went missing from their home in Aston, Birmingham, 24 hours ago, have been found safe and well.
A big thank you for sharing our appeal. Naiyesha Murrain & Ashanti Marshall have been found safe & well. Great news! https://t.co/hM030nLfum
Officers are asking everyone to remain vigilant but not alarmed.Read the full story ›
Birmingham is united with Berlin today and our thoughts and sympathies are with victims, their families and everyone affected by last night’s attack.
We welcome a large number of our German friends to Birmingham at this time every year and today we stand with them and the people of Berlin.
We’ve opened a book of condolence in the Library of Birmingham and the library will be lit up in the colours of the German flag this evening.
And we’ve now also written to the Mayor of Berlin Michael Müller and the German Honorary Consul in Birmingham Mrs Kirin Kalsi expressing sympathy and solidarity from the people of Birmingham.
After last night's tragedy in Berlin - we asked if it will change your plans to visit Christmas Markets in the Midlands.Read the full story ›
A woman has told ITV News about the moment she witnessed a lorry plough through a Christmas market in Berlin.
Emma Rushton from Warwickshire was sitting in the market with a friend when the tragedy happened.
Describing the moment she saw the vehicle Emma said "it was going through at around 40 mph".
When asked if she believed it looked like it could have been an accident Emma said there was no way it could have "just veered off" the road.
"It wasn't an accident, there is no way it could have been there just by veering off the roads and it showed no signs of slowing down at all", she said.
Emma said after the lorry had driven through the market they saw people "holding their heads, there were pools of blood on the floor and there were people in the recovery position".