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It's one of the lesser known campaigns of the first world war, but conditions for soldiers at Gallipoli were probably worse than they were in the trenches of the Western Front.
To mark the 100th anniversary, a new exhibition has opened at the National Museum of the Royal Navy to dispel some of the myths about a struggle that went on for more than a year.
At the same time the restoration of the only Royal Navy ship to have been at Gallipoli is nearing completion. Richard Jones reports.
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Hundreds of people have lined the coast to view a giant US aircraft carrier arriving for a five-day visit.
The 100,000-tonne ship USS Theodore Roosevelt has anchored off Stokes Bay, Gosport, Hampshire, as it is too big to sail into Portsmouth Harbour. The promenade was packed with visitors wanting to get a glance of the 1,092ft-long carrier which is affectionately known as the Big Stick.
The ship, which is making its first port of call in its round-the-world deployment, is substantially larger than the Royal Navy's next generation of carriers which weigh in at 65,000 tonnes.
More than 5,000 sailors are set to swamp Portsmouth during the visit, giving a boost to local businesses.
The visit forms parts of an ongoing partnership between the Royal Navy and US on carrier operations until the first of the new carriers, HMS Queen Elizabeth, enters service in 2017.
Senior officers will call on Royal Navy top brass during the visit to discuss recent global operations and get an update on the UK's carrier programme.
"We warmly welcome the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group - a reflection of the close partnership between our nations and navies, and the value of credible seapower in support of our shared national interests. "Across the spectrum - from Type 45 destroyers providing area air defence for US carriers launching air strikes against ISIL, to generous US support as we regenerate our own carrier strike capability - our common bond has never been richer."
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Troops from Sussex are taking part in a peacekeeping mission in Cyprus to show how regular members of the army can work alongside army reserves in the future. After years of violence and ethnic cleansing, the island is split in two, with Turkish Cypriots in the north and Greek Cypriots in the south. British troops form part of a United Nations peacekeeping mission to keep the two sides from fighting. Our correspondent David Wood has been given rare access to the demilitarised zone between the two warring factions and met up with soldiers from Sussex serving there.
Police have named a man they urgently need to speak to in connection with a murder investigation, after a young woman's body was found in the boot of a car which exploded in flames.
It happened on Friday afternoon at Ifield, near Horsham. John Ryall has the latest on the story.
Officers are still working to identify the victim after the post-mortem revealed the body is that of a woman possibly aged in her 20s.
A 34-year-old woman from Dulwich, London, who was arrested on suspicion for conspiracy to murder, has been released on bail until 30th March.
Police have named a man they urgently need to speak to in connection with a murder investigation where a body was found in a burning car in Ifield in Sussex.
Detectives are looking for Christopher Raymond Jeffrey-Shaw, 26, from the Lewisham area of London and need to hear from anyone who knows of his whereabouts or has any information about him.
Shortly after 2pm on Friday 13 March a Volkswagen Jetta car parked close to Ifield Golf Club in Rusper Road was reported to be on fire.
When fire crews attended, they found a body in the boot of the car, which had suffered extensive fire damage. A post mortem has revealed the body is that of a woman possibly aged in her 20s. The cause of death has been given as smoke inhalation. Officers are still trying to identify who she is.
Detective Chief Inspector Karen Mizzi, of the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team, who is leading the investigation, said: 'We need to urgently trace Christopher Jeffrey-Shaw in connection with this murder inquiry.
'A young woman has died in horrific circumstances. If anyone has any knowledge of where this man is or may know the identity of the victim, please come forward.
'Also we would like to hear from anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously or the vehicle, a Volkswagen Jetta, in Rusper Road, Ifield on Friday 13 March between 2pm and 3pm.
Christopher Jeffrey-Shaw is described as 6 ft, of stocky build with dark hair, and has a stubbly goatee beard.
A 34-year-old woman from Dulwich, London, who was arrested on suspicion for conspiracy to murder, has been released on bail until 30 March.
If you see Christopher Jeffrey-Shaw do not approach him. Phone Sussex police on 101 or email email@example.com quoting Operation Maderia or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Family members of the crew of HMS Richmond have mixed feelings about saying goodbye to their loved ones. The ship is on its way for a routine deployment in the Middle East as part of the Royal Navy's security operations in the area.