Corporal Stewart McLaughlin was killed by rocket fire after leading a series of charges towards the Argentines in June 1982
Detectives want to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident in Burnage on Sunday morning.
Hillsborough fundraisers had their bikes, passports and money stolen – just yards away from Anfield stadium.
Tributes have poured in for David Morgan, the British teacher who is understood to have been killed when the Air Algerie flight crashed in Mali.
PE teacher Andy Vasily posted tweeted: "RIP Dave Morgan. Truly tragic. Prayers to his family and other victims."
Former @nischina teacher killed in Algerian plane crash. RIP Dave Morgan. Truly tragic. Prayers to his family and other victims.
He added that Mr Morgan had previously worked at Nanjing International School in eastern China.
Others including Hanri de Swardt from South Africa, paid their respects on Facebook.
De Swardt, a fellow teacher, wrote: "Rest in peace Captain Dave Masher Morgan. Thanks for all the support and help in Lusaka. You will always be in my thoughts. God bless."
She added: "Remember the nice evening at Brentwood with all our last food before leaving Zambia."
Another teacher Annabelle Mambwe from the Luanda International School, in Angola, wrote: "Just lost a teacher colleague in the Algiers disaster. Dave Morgan!! He was Denise's Maths teacher...such an easy-go-fella! These planes falling from the sky are getting to me!"
The River Class patrol ship can be used for anything from fire-fighting to disaster relief operations, working at least 275 days a year at sea enforcing British and European fisheries law. The 80 metre ship has a crew of five officers and 24 senior and junior ratings and a range of 7,800 sea miles.
The boyfriend of an Australian Coronation Street fan plotted a surprise marriage proposal on the cobbles from 9,000 miles away.
Charlie Acton had no idea what Keith Monks had in store when she began the tour of the former Corrie set in Manchester.
She stepped onto the street and saw childhood sweat-heart Keith, 31, on bended knee holding a ring with a huge banner behind which read: “Charlie, will you marry me?”
She answered immediately ‘yes’.
The pair, from Perth, had travelled to the UK to visit friends and Keith secretly enlisted the help of the Coronation Street Tour which began earlier this year when filming was moved from the old Quay Street set to Trafford Quays.
– Keith Monks
“Charlie is a huge fan of Coronation Street and so I thought it would be a great idea to propose on the tour.
"I was so happy that it was a surprise for her, it will be a fantastic story to tell our grandkids in the future.”
– Charlie Acton
“I had absolutely no idea.
"I am a die-hard Coronation Street fan and this was just brilliant. "Even though we live in Australia I never miss an episode. "I am so happy.”
Charlie’s tour guide, Andy Steele, made sure that she was the one to open the door to Nick’s Bistro for the grand reveal onto the Street.
Waiting outside the doors were close friends Ellie-May Flannery and her partner Jay Pennington who were holding the banner and Keith who waited with baited breath on one knee.
A crowd of supporters also formed to cheer the couple and congratulate them on their engagement.
A surgeon from Liverpool, who set up an organ transplant scheme in Gaza, is warning patients will die as fighting rages with Israel.
Abdul Hammad says exporting medical equipment into Gaza has always been difficult because of the continuing embargo in the area, but the escalation in the conflict is making that task even more problematic.
The family of Khuram Shaikh, the Briton murdered in Sri Lanka in 2011, said today's sentencing of Mr Shaikh's killers is "a symbolic moment."
"Those who killed my brother have been punished and are now behind bars for a long time," said the victim's elder brother Nasser Shaikh.
– Nasser Shaikh, brother of Khuram Shaikh
Today, the country has done what many people hoped and prayed for. Those who killed my brother have been punished and are now behind bars for a long time. Our campaign was not only about justice, but to bring awareness of the wonderful work my brother did around the world, working in humanitarian aid. He is a true inspiration for many and we hope his legacy continues with those he left behind.
The 32-year old Red Cross worker from Rochdale was murdered at a southern tourist resort on Christmas Day 2011.
A Sri Lankan court has sentenced a ruling party politician to 20 years in prison for killing a British tourist and raping his Russian girlfriend more than two years ago.
Three others were given the same sentence as Sampath Vidanapathirana by the High Court in Colombo.
It found them guilty of murdering Khuram Shaikh and raping his girlfriend at a southern tourist resort on Christmas Day 2011.
A Blackpool man travelling to an international conference on Aids aboard flight MH17 when it crashed in eastern Ukraine was a "wonderful person and a great professional", his colleagues said.
Glenn Thomas, 49, a media officer at the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Geneva, was among 298 people killed when the Boeing 777-200 aircraft flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was apparently shot down over the war-torn country yesterday.
Nine Britons are known to have died in the crash, while up to 100 of those killed were reportedly delegates on their way to an international conference on Aids in Melbourne, Australia.
Paying tribute to Mr Thomas, WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib said: "I can confirm he was on the flight travelling to Australia to attend the Aids conference in Australia.
"For the time being we would like to give his family time to grieve. We have lost a wonderful person and a great professional. Our hearts are broken. We are all in shock."
Mr Thomas, a former BBC journalist, was reportedly from Blackpool and had recently celebrated his birthday.
On Twitter, Timothy O'Leary, communications team leader at the WHO's Western Pacific office, wrote: "I grieve for my friend and former WHO colleague Glenn Thomas who died in the missile attack on MH17 over Ukraine."
BBC TV news editor Rachel Kennedy wrote: "Horrified to discover lovely Glenn Thomas on MH17. Always a smiling face, will be hugely missed." Freeland journalist Ilan Moss wrote: "I'm absolutely devastated to learn of death of WHO colleague Glenn Thomas in MH17 on way to AIDS 2014."
Javier Munoz wrote: "Sad news today, a member of my WHO family was in the Malaysia Airlines plane."
Toby Johnson added: "Sorry to hear of the loss of all in MH17. For Geneva-based media pros, loss of WHO's Glenn Thomas particularly sad."
– Richard Porter, BBC News
“This is a terrible tragedy and our hearts go out to Glenn’s family.
"He was a much loved and respected colleague and the BBC World News team are reeling from this very sad news about their friend.
"I first met him on the BBC’s News 24 channel where he worked as a producer.
"He was always passionate about telling the stories that mattered and could always turn his hand to whatever was asked.
"But most importantly he was a genuinely nice man.
"Glenn’s commitment to BBC journalism was only matched by his interest in humanitarian issues and I hope it’s of some comfort to his loved ones that what we valued about him here is being echoed by his colleagues in that field.”
Nasser Shaikh, the elder brother brother of Khuram, has released this statement from Colombo where four men have been jailed for his murder:
– Nasser Shaikh
“Today, the country has done what many people hoped and prayed for. Those who killed my brother have been punished and are now behind bars for a long time.
"Our campaign was not only about justice, but to bring awareness of the wonderful work my brother did around the world, working in humanitarian aid. He is a true inspiration for many and we hope his legacy continues with those he left behind.
"Whilst our family and friends find it difficult to come to terms with the tragic loss, I hope today can bring some comfort to everyone involved that we achieved the justice we set out for and the country can move forward in a better place for many, ensuring no other person suffers the same fate as my brother.
"I wish to thank everyone who embarked on my personal journey around the world and supported it immensely, which includes the Sri Lankan public.
"I would also like to thank the British Government who have been instrumental in seeking answers for our family, the Sri Lankan officials for progressing the trial towards its resolution, but more importantly to acknowledge the bravery and defiance shown by those who gave witness accounts in the case.
"Today is a symbolic moment: a day the country delivered justice – a day I delivered my promise to a brother.”
“We welcome the verdicts and sentences handed down today to those responsible for the murder of Khuram Shaikh. We hope that this will begin some closure for his family and friends who have faced a long and difficult fight for justice.
"The officials of the Attorney General’s office have shown great professionalism and integrity and we would like to thank them. We will continue to monitor any developments in the case closely.”
A prominent Sri Lankan politician and three other men have each been jailed for 20 years for killing aid worker Khuram Shaikh.
The 32-year old was attacked while on holiday on Christmas Day in 2011.
Sampath Vidanapathirana, a former council leader in the beach resort of Tangelle, was today found guilty of Khuram's murder at the High Court in Colombo.
Two of the accused were acquitted.