The 20-year-old was found not guilty of murder on Monday after 15 months in jail for a crime he has always said he did not commit.Read the full story ›
A court found him not guilty of murder, but the last 24 hours have been a roller coaster of emotion for Myles Litchmore-Dunbar.Read the full story ›
Myles Litchmore-Dunbar has been found not guilty of murdering teenager Tyrell Matthews Burton in Crete last year.
Myles, from Catford, was accused of fatally stabbing 19-year-old Tyrell Matthews-Burton in a fight outside a nightclub in Malia on the island of Crete.
A young man from Lewisham is facing trial in Greece for the murder of London teenager Tyrell Matthews-Burton who was stabbed last summer.Read the full story ›
MPs say British police must investigate the death of a London teenager who was stabbed to death during a bar brawl in the Greek holiday resort of Malia.
Tyrell Matthews-Burton, from Leyton, was killed last July during a scuffle which Greek police claimed involved nearly 30 British people. Myles Litchmore-Dunbar, also from east London, is awaiting trial for the murder of Mr Matthews-Burton but denies stabbing him.
The Olympic flame has been lit in an ancient ceremony in Olympia, Greece, the birthplace of the Ancient Games.Read the full story ›
Jade Brede will carry the flame through Windsor on the10th July she tells Marcus Powell why she is looking forward to being a torchbearerRead the full story ›
Jade Brede will be carrying the flame through Windsor on the 10th July she tells our reporter Marcus Powell why she is looking forward to being a torchbearer.
Jade Brede was hit by a car on her fifteenth birthday, sustaining serious brain injuries and was not expected to live. Overcoming all the odds, Jade survived her trauma and went to The Children's Trust for rehabilitation where she learned to adjust to living with a brain injury.
The Olympic flame lighting ceremony is under way in the ancient city of Olympia, Greece. The ceremony started with the raising of the flag of the Olympics, followed by the Union flag and the Greek flag.
The Olympic flame is set to be lit in Greece later today. The Ritual of the Lighting Ceremony will take place at the Temple of Hera in ancient Olympia just before ten o'clock.
It's where the High Priestess and Priestesses enter the Ancient Stadium to light the flame and hand it over to the first Torchbearer.
The Opening of the Torch Relay kicks off half an hour later. The torch will begin it's journey to London in a week for the 2012 Games.