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Experts say British Airways bosses are at fault for 'not anticipating' the global IT crash which left more than 300,000 passengers in chaos after flights were cancelled and delayed.
Detectives are said to have enquired about the murders of a 31-year-old woman found dead in Gothenburg in August 1980, and a 26-year-old woman found dead in Malmo a month later.
A lifeboat crew and coastguards are desperately searching for the head of the person after the grim discovery was made in Walmer, near Deal, Kent, on Bank Holiday Monday.
The Labour leader also said Hamas should not have to recognise the state of Israel before peace talks can begin, according to the newly-resurfaced 2010 radio interview.
The 23-year-old suspect was detained at a home in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, and he is the 16th person to be arrested in connection with the atrocity at the Manchester Arena last Monday.
The missile was fired on Monday from the region of Wonsan in an easterly direction into the Sea of Japan. It was believed to be a Scud-class ballistic missile and flew about 280 miles.
Abderahman Forjani, 21, who was arrested along with his brother Abdalla as part of the investigation into the circle around Salman Abedi (pictured), also said he wanted the UK to go bankrupt.
The family have posed in the black and white shot for the latest issue of men's style magazine GQ - giving a rare insight into family life at their home as Prince William opens up about family life.
Isaac Forjani, who is one of three relatives pictured with the terrorist on a beach back in Libya, appeared on the ITV show around 2011 and was described as a 'bad lad and good with girls'.
Blue Peter legend John Noakes – best known for his daring stunts and his pet dog Shep – has died after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.
Grandmother-of-one Liz Fairclough, 51, pictured, was enjoying a dream holiday in Burgas, on the Bulgarian coast, when she developed an infection - but it was missed by local doctors.
In the second part of our serialisation of his deadpan memoirs, Sir Roger (pictured with Luisa Mattioli) reveals the encounters he had with beautiful actresses on and off set.
The Canadian Prime Minister joined team players at the kickoff of a friendly football game between refugees and Fiorentina women's soccer team at Rome's Olympic stadium.
President Donald Trump's performance at the G7 Summit in Italy during his first international trip left other world leaders fuming with his stances on climate change, taxes and security.
The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard, 54, from Cardiff, Wales, who digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen.
Iraqi security forces have claimed they will liberate the city of Mosul by June 10 - just under a fortnight. Military progress has slowed as an unknown number of ISIS fighters defend the old city area.
Sophie Green, from Suffolk, was diagnosed with Scheuermann's disease last year. Doctors dismissed her concern of the curve in her spine during her teenage years.
Forecasters have predicted that a month's rain could fall in one hour in some parts of Britain today as the country suffers a Bank Holiday Monday washout.
Prime Minister will unveil proposals to appoint a domestic violence commissioner to stand up for victims and hold the police and criminal justice system to account.
Khaled al-Megrahi said that Libyan fanatics stand ready to strike against other Western cities in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.
Professor Theresa Marteau, based at Cambridge University, discovered the average size of glasses have increased by nearly 600 per cent in three centuries.
Olivia Campbell, 15, of Bury, was among the first victims to be named following the blast at Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert last Monday night.
Militants from Al-Shabaab killed the man as punishment for committing adultery. The Al-Qaeda backed group has been fighting a bitter insurgency against the Somali government for years.
The blurry video aired by Indian television showed the men groping and pushing the women in Uttar Pradesh state as onlookers laughed and filmed the assault, later posting it on social media.
Trouble flared when the pair became upset and assaulted community leader Margaret Conlon, 65, because they felt the caller was reading out the numbers too quickly at the hall in Ireland.
The leader of the SNP said a vote for her party would 'reinforce' the case for an independent Scotland.
A picture was circulated on social media of the six-year-old Sunderland fan with the caption 'RIP Bradley Lowery', which is thought to have been created by a troll and picked up by a website.
Police have closed off part of nearby Marbella's Golden Mile where the hit-and-run driver crashed near a five-star hotel a couple of miles from the Ocean Club after fleeing the scene.
The stunned workers in the Brazilian maternity hospital were trying to bath the tiny girl with the very large will for the very first time. But the baby had different ideas and wrestled to walk instead.
The little American boy gently brushes the white goat with a bristle brush. He is gaining confidence with the goat until it lets out a sudden, violent eruption that scuppers the little boy's composure
Alan Hills, 26, from Cambridgeshire, recorded himself forcing the main lock of his van after having £650 worth of power tools stolen and his clip has been viewed £2million times.
Salman Abedi, 22, killed 22 people and injured 116 at the Manchester Arena after he was allegedly seen by commuters kneeling and praying on a tram platform at a station which is next to the arena.
The actor and comedian, 59, criticised ‘technophobes’ who have been too slow to adapt during a speech at the Hay literary festival in Brecknockshire, Wales.
Paul Hardcastle, 52, was erecting a fence post in his garden in Acomb, York, when he came across a jewel - thought to have been buried with a high-status Anglo-Saxon woman.
World War II Marine Marvin Strombo, of Missoula, Montana, will meet the family of fallen Japanese military captain Sadao Yasue in Higashi Shirakawa, Japan, on August 15.
Bank holiday revellers hit the bars of Newcastle over the weekend resulting in scenes of drunken debauchery amid a heightened police presence following the Manchester attack.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh's Roslin Institute hope their discovery may also shed light on the causes of birth defects that affect babies' head development in the womb.
Kelly, 24, and Justin Havel, 28, from Gerber in California, lost a combined 322lbs (23st) in order to increase her chances of conceiving. The couple fell pregnant naturally and welcomed their daughter in February.
Actors Sam J Jones and Lou Ferrigno clashed at ComiCon event in London's Excel Centre while they were signing autographs, with fans forced to intervene and tell them to 'grow up'.
Major powers to ban British jihadists from returning to the country after fighting with Islamic State have been used for first time, according to the incumbent Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
Experts told Good Housekeeping you should use a wine glass for your G&T to bring out the flavour in the gin and to be creative with garnishes - even using ginger to bring out juniper notes.
A British bride-to-be took to Mumsnet to reveal how a close friend of 30 years has decided not to attend her wedding after being given free tickets to an Adele concert, rather than swapping the date.
The ordeal began for the victim when he hailed down a cab in Pretoria, South Africa. The three female passengers drugged and kidnapped him. Police have vowed to investigate.
A police helicopter was sent to a property in Cambridge after an infamous song mocking the death of Osama bin Laden (pictured) was played during a garden party.
Alex Cruz, who was brought in to cut costs at the airline, has so far refused to be publicly questioned on the crisis that has ruined families’ holidays.
Carolyn Hartz, from Perth, boasts an incredible bikini body. The SweetLife founder recently spoke to FEMAIL about her top beauty and health secrets for women of all ages.
A US Navy skydiver plunged to his death on Sunday when his parachute failed to open while performing in an aerial exhibition as part of New York Harbor's annual Fleet Week festival.
Anne Hidalgo on Sunday called for the Nyansapo Festival, which is due to run from July 28 to 30 at a cultural centre and bills itself as an event rooted in black feminism, to be banned from Paris.
An image appearing to show a baby inhaling from a lit cigarette has sparked outrage on social media with people calling for child services to intervene.
Brian Lord, the ex deputy director of intelligence and cyber operations at GCHQ, said some social media firms are failing to face up to their social responsibility.
Manchester United star Paul Pogba has flown to Saudi Arabia to mark the start of the Muslim holy month Ramadan just three days after lifting the Europa League trophy with victory over Ajax.
AlphaGo defeated 19-year-old world number one Ke Jie (pictured) in the Chinese city of Wuzhen. DeepMind Technologies, a London-based AI firm, is behind the system.
Tony Walter, 52, was discovered dead at his Tottenham home after failing to turn up to work the day after 22 people were murdered and a further 116 injured at the Manchester Arena.
Sonia Walker, 50, from Rushden in Northamptonshire, got the luxurious shed as a 50th birthday present from her husband Andrew so she could escape her male dominated home.
Lewis Bennett, 38, said that his Colombian wife, Isabella Hellmann, told FBI agents that his wife washed overboard in the Florida Straits when he was asleep on their Catamaran.
Cherry Harker, 76, has finally turned her decades-long passion for bikinis into a business (and she explains why working on a project she cares about keeps her young).
To the irritation of his wife and against doctor's orders, DOMINIC LAWSON likes to sprinkle salt on his food. Now thanks to a new book he has a response that goes beyond disobedience.
Here are our ten top tips cut the cost of your big day, from getting cashback, to considering cheaper ranges such as the new one from Poundland (pictured) and reselling items online.
The gut is the key to good health. But how can you make sure yours is happy and healthy? Sydney-based nutritionist, Lyndi Cohen, shared her top gut health tips. These include low-impact exercise.
University students Mohamed and Yahya Werfalli were arrested in the early hours of Saturday - hours before Theresa May lowered the UK’s terror threat level from critical to severe.
A new brain teaser is challenging puzzle fans to seek out the poop emoji hidden among the chocolate ice-cream cones. Can you spot the familiar emoji lurking among the frozen treats?
Texas-based studio DigiSmiles specialises in shoots for graduating high school seniors, focusing on their interests, hobbies, and pursuits. Their efforts have even seen students posing underwater.
The One Direction star got in touch with Freya Lewis, 14, who was caught up in the explosion at the Manchester Arena last Monday - which killed her friend Nell Jones.
Angie Best has apologised after Twitter reacted angrily following her criticism of a Manchester bombing tribute as 'not environmentally friendly'.
The president tweeted on Sunday that: 'British Prime Minister May was very angry that the info the U.K. gave to U.S. about Manchester was leaked. Gave me full details!'
Blake the sheepdog has returned to his owner Natalie Haywood in Perlethorpe, Nottinghamshire three weeks after running off with Bella the lamb who remains missing.
Nell Jones (pictured), 14, was leaving the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena with her friend Freya Lewis when suicide bomber Salman Abedi committed his act of mass-murder.
MP for Fylde in Lancashire Mark Menzies was reported to have 'locked himself' in a friend's house before allegedly 'poisoning' her pet dog alcohol - a claim he strongly denies.
You've done every expression you can think of, and just have to hope one of them will hit the spot - because you can't hear a word the other person is saying.
The revelation came as he was finally forced to admit he had met convicted IRA terrorists as the controversy over his support for the group intensified.
Two Tasmanian cops went above the call of duty when they escorted a very drunk man back to his house and even posed for a photo with him afterwards. (Photo taken from Reddit)
Gordon Ramsay has revealed his three golden rules for getting the best out of a dining experience. The London based chef says customers should haggle for their wine.
A fox cub was found staying under a Welney, Norfolk family's sofa after it gained entry to the house through a small hole where a cat flap used to be.
The shadow home secretary also refused four times to say she 'regrets' supporting the group, which killed around 1,800 people in its bombing and shooting campaign.
Spare a thought for Princess Beatrice, whose ex Dave Clark has just proposed to his beautiful new American girlfriend, Lynn Anderson.
Water voles have been reintroduced by the National Trust, who put more than 100 in streams around Malham Tarn in the Yorkshire Dales last August.
Sheridan Smith has sent fans into a frenzy by triggering speculation that she may have fallen for close female friend Wendy Glenn,. The pair were seen getting cosy (above) in Southampton.
Hector Maclean, 26, who made dresses for Beulah, a brand loved by the Duchess of Cambridge, launched legal action against Rada after suffering a life-changing accident three years.
'Both Mr Corbyn and Ms Abbott were on television yesterday morning. Both were questioned about national security and the terrorist threat. And in both cases, I was frankly horrified by what I heard.'
James Colin Horner (pictured) was blasted five to six times in an apparent assassination carried out in front of about a hundred shoppers in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
Piggy bank-raiding parents are plundering nearly £50 a year typically from their children's savings, a survey has found from Nationwide Building Society in the UK.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel attacked Britain and the US President Donald Trump while addressing an election rally in Munich, southern Germany.
Lib Dem MP Nick Cleg is 'crowdfunding' to help bankroll the publication of thousands of party leaflets for canvassing ahead of the re-election bid in Sheffield Hallam, writes ANDREW PIERCE.
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews the weekend television looking at The Life Swap Adventure and Jane Austen: Behind Closed Doors, both showed on BBC2.
ROBERT HARDMAN: You'd imagine that on the most chaotic day in its history, British Airways would have made an effort to go the extra mile. But no. It’s their Bank Holiday weekend too, you know.
The new judge replacing Mary Berry said she wants The Great British Bake Off to shun sugar and fat-filled recipes in favour of healthier treats. Prue Leith said it's time for the country to get healthy.
What would you write to your future self? What advice would you give to the ‘you’ that opens a self-addressed letter a year from now?
Footage of their handshake at the NATO summit in Brussels went viral last week. Both of their knuckles had turned white by the end of the marathon seven-second grip.
A bank report from Lloyds out today suggests the ‘Waitrose effect’ is as potent as ever, with house prices near one of its stores attracting an average premium of £36,480.
Drivers are ignoring tougher penalties for using their mobiles behind the wheel, figures show. More than 200 motorists a day were caught using their phones illegally in the first month of the new law.
When I was younger, I was quietly pleased with my bottom. My size eight behind was always more than passably pert. So over the years, I have happily ignored it.
With so many opera options to choose from, Jane Fryer guides you through the best of the bunch who are engaged in turf war of batons at dawn. Pictured: Glyndebourne Festival.
An audience at the Hay Festival of Literature and the Arts in Powys, Wales explained problems they had with BBC Radio 4 to a panel of senior staff including presenter Paddy O’Connell.
Mohanna Abdhou, 20, was in Brent, north west London , when she was fatally shot by two men in a 'cowardly attack'. The pair fired a number of times at the women.
Their discovery brings hope that the problem, which affects millions of women at some time in their lives, could eventually be cured by adapting existing drugs.
Novelist, grandmother of four and ex-Blue Peter presenter, Janet Ellis, 61, answers your questions...
Aviva saw a 9.5 per cent year-on-year jump in the number of fraudulent claims it declined in 2016, fuelled by increases in fraud detection across motor claims.
You’ve heard about good-for-you ‘friendly’ bacteria, the ones that come disguised as milky drinks and boost your intestinal health, energy levels and immune system.
Crammed on to a ship with a normal capacity of 600, almost 1,500 migrants arrive in Italy after being rescued from rickety vessels in the Mediterranean.