The family of a woman from Norfolk savagely attacked in Tenerife, today came face to face with her alleged killer.
60-year-old Jennifer Mills-Westley had retired to the holiday island when she was the victim of a gruesome crime.
Today (Monday) her two daughters watched in horror as close circuit television footage of the attack was shown in court.
The man accused of murdering her told the jury he'd been haunted by voices - and sometimes they told him to kill.
The trial of the Pope's former butler Paolo Gabriele, who allegedly stole the pontiff's personal papers and leaked them to the media, is under way in the Vatican.
He faces up to four years in prison if he is found guilty of charges of aggravated theft.