The family of missing toddler Ben Needham believe there are people on the island of Kos still withholding vital information.Read the full story ›
Leigh-Anna Needham said the recent discovery of a toy car "doesn't actually say anything to me".Read the full story ›
The mother of Ben Needham feels "in limbo" and "can't say goodbye" after a renewed police search failed to find her missing son.Read the full story ›
The search for the missing Sheffield toddler who vanished 25 years ago ended on the island of Kos with no proof he is dead.Read the full story ›
The mother of Ben Needham the toddler who went missing 25-years-ago has said that knowing what happened to her son will bring closure.Read the full story ›
The detective in charge of the search said: "We are going to be doing this to give me the confidence that I've done everything I can."Read the full story ›
Police digging at a site where it is believed the missing child may have been buried have entered negotiations with the homeowners.Read the full story ›
The landowner at the site of excavation to find Ben Needham has said he is considering withdrawing permission to continue with the dig.Read the full story ›
Police believe a tree currently growing near the farmhouse where the 21-month-old toddler was last seen in 1991 was not there at the time.Read the full story ›
Specialists are carrying out a painstaking search of the potential burial site of missing British toddler Ben Needham on the Greek island of Kos.
A new line of inquiry has suggested Ben may have been crushed to death by a digger close to a farmhouse his grandfather was renovating in July 1991.
A local man has claimed his late friend Konstantinos Barkas may have accidentally killed the 21-month-old.
Video report by ITV News Correspondent Martin Geissler.