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Carly Ann Harris told daughter Amelia 'you're going to see the angels' before drowning her in a bath and setting fire to her body at her home in Rhondda, South Wales, a court heard.
Cohen, 52, was sentenced to three years in jail but does not have to report to prison until March 6. He sat down for an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos airs which this morning on GMA.
News of a short film sequel to rom-com classic Four Weddings And A Funeral has sent fans into overdrive.
This is the disturbing moment a gang of masked thieves attempt to steal a Ford Focus at the Royal Mail Distribution Centre in Atherstone, North Warwickshire, before fleeing in a getaway car.
Astronomers from the university of Leeds were investigating the surrounding rotating disc of gas and dust and detected a faint object just beyond a young star 40 times larger than our sun.
The Prime Minister made clear she will push on with her plans regardless of mounting evidence that they have no chance of getting through Parliament.
With smiles all round, the Duchess of Cambridge cradles baby Louis - who is now almost eight months old - as she rests against a tree trunk in woodland at their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk.
Amber weather warnings for ice and snow have been issued for large parts of Scotland and northern England – with cold weather, strong winds and heavy rain forecast across the rest of the country.
Strictly Come Dancing has been hit by a fix row in finale week as Joe Sugg's die-hard fans revealed a way they can vote for him to win, even if they don't live in the country reports The Mirror .
Viktorija Sokolova's body was found half naked on a park bench in Wolverhampton on April 12 after she secretly sneaked out to meet the 16-year-old (pictured), who cannot be named.
Three policemen found Cherif Chekatt walking in the Neudorf area of central Strasbourg at 9pm. They tried to stop him but he opened fire and they shot him dead outside a warehouse.
The migrants had sneaked on to the trailer in Belgium which was carrying Nissan cars, hoping to reach Calais and climb aboard a ferry to Britain.
Loyalty pays in Britain, but the rewards go not to long-standing customers but to the companies who cash in on them. New figures have revealed how loyal customers are stung.
Japan chose the Chinese character for 'disaster' to define the year 2018 on Wednesday. Last year the country experienced deadly floods, earthquakes and storms that killed hundreds.
The PM - wielding her handbag - was seen locked in a tense standoff with the EU commission chief as the second day of the summit gets under way in Brussels.
In one of the cute images taken in Johannesburg the largest male lion is lying with his eyes closed while a female and another male rub their faces against him and a younger animal climbs on top.
A Japanese broadcaster was caught faking a report on waist-high snow when a picture tweeted by a resident showed the area hadn't seen quite as many snowflakes as the TV channel had suggested.
Protesters chanting 'Brexit now' are stopping cars from crossing Westminster Bridge in central London as Theresa May holds crunch talks with EU leaders in Brussels today.
Online retailer Carvana opened the all-glass tower which holds 26 vehicles yesterday in Indianapolis. Buyers purchase their desired car online before arriving at the vending machine to collect it.
A UK lottery player has made a claim for the £76million EuroMillions after purchasing their ticket in Boston and Skegness, Camelot has confirmed.
In a public clash at the EU summit, Theresa May seemed to be taking the Eurocrat to task for his comments, saying: 'You called me nebulous. Yes you did!'
Party-goers were spotted enjoying themselves all the way from Newcastle down to Bristol and across to Swansea, with many happy to pose for pictures as they painted the town red and green.
Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner insisted it was wrong to keep asking the people to answer a question in a different way - predicting a narrow Remain win would mean calls for a third vote.
Moderate Tories have pleaded with Brexit hardliners to end their war against Theresa May and called for 'all sides to come together' and focus on the 'national interest'.
Former PM Tony Blair claimed the EU would now reform free movement if Britain decided to stay - insisting 'European politics has been transformed' since the 2016 vote.
Britons continue to pile in with their brilliantly sarcastic experiences of crime in London including overpriced pints, brazen queue jumpers and awkward eye-contact on the underground.
The attraction, called Bolt: Ultimate Sea Coaster, is set to be built on Carnival Cruise Line's new Mardi Gras liner. It will be delivered in 2022 and will be based at Port Canaveral in Florida.
Documentary photographer, Mohammad Baghal Asghari travelled to the Kerman Province in Iran to capture the devastating results of drought in Iran.
Caroline Jefferson), of Southwick, West Sussex, came up with the idea of creating custom Quality Street tubs containing just one type of chocolate so that everyone has plenty of their favourite.
Wetherspoon bosses have submitted proposals to transform The Moon Under Water pub in Wolverhampton city centre into a national museum and 70-bedroom hotel.
Dr 'John' Sivaguru Narendran, 78, targeted vulnerable, young patients who were referred to him for hospital treatment. He was struck off medical register after abusing a boy in Stoke in 1996.
Draft conclusions were edited, removing lines saying the backstop was not a 'desirable' outcome and instead saying it was a crucial insurance policy to 'ensure the integrity of the single market'.
A fascinating collection of images from the American Civil war representing both armies have been brought to life via colorization giving further insight into the most studied episode of U.S. history.
Hotel owners in the Spanish resort say guests are also running the hot water tap continuously, even though they have finished washing and are only thinking about themselves.
Scientists from the University of California have found that making tweaks to the gene SIM1, which regulates hunger, they can help suppress the appetites of people who are trying to lose weight.
Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany compared casts of Neanderthal skulls with modern human skulls.
In the space of four hours three Nuremberg women were wounded in stabbings on Thursday night. Despite police dogs and a helicopter led search no suspect has been captured.
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire announced that town halls would be allowed to put up council tax by 3 per cent from April 2019 without the hurdle of holding a local referendum.
Five companies have been shut down for their part in a £9million scam which saw over 100 people tricked into investing in fictitious truffle farms.
Barbara Hamilton, 95, and her husband Jimmy, 96, first met in 1940 but did not becoming romantically involved until six years after, when Jimmy returned from serving in India.
The changes are aimed at tackling a 'loyalty penalty' that makes it difficult for long-standing customers to get the cheapest package.
Reuben McNulty was just one month old when he was attacked in the early hours of Sunday November 18 in Peterborough and has died almost four weeks later.
The Met was called to the musician's north-West London home last Friday where officers found 'signs of forced entry' - but the thieves had fled.
Dale Hart, 29, punched the teenager and pushed him into the road after he thought the boy brushed past his baby son's pram while running for a bus in Bolton, Greater Manchester.
The song was being played by someone in crowds at the scene and was picked up by BFM TV's microphones. The channel let the tune play on air during a discussion of the attack.
Extreme snow, high winds, rain and waves are expected to batter Spain today. The Balearic Islands will face gusts and huge waves along the the coast, while snow is expected in the north.
Elderly couple Roy and Sue Clarke were arrested by police on December 4 when the Marco Polo cruise ship docked in Lisbon allegedly carrying cocaine worth £2m hidden in their suitcases
The aerospace firm's SpaceShipTwo craft reached a boundary more than 50 miles above Earth on Thursday morning after blasting off on a critical flight test in the Mojave Desert.
The 240,000 mile long journey saw Chang'e-4 enter an elliptical orbit 80 miles above the surface. It took off from the Xichang satellite launch centre in Sichuan, s on December 7.
Former Wizzard front-man Roy Wood, 72, lost 'priceless guitars and amps' when brazen thieves broke into a warehouse and stole the band's tour lorry parked inside.
Lewis Burdett, 22, posted an emotional message on Facebook to missing mother Sarah Wellgreen on her 47th birthday more than two months after she disappeared from her home in Kent.
Neighbours of an Iraqi terror suspect arrested on Tuesday said the man kept pigeons and rabbits at his home in Newcastle where he has lived for the past year.
Instructor Melissa Makan got a text 'out of the blue' ending her weekly sessions at the hall of St John the Baptist church in Halifax, West Yorkshire, which regularly attracts up to 17 people.
Shocking footage has emerged of two hunters in Kazakhstan biting and eating the raw heart of a dead wolf. The hunters had slaughtered a pack of wolves after they killed their sheep.
Father-of-two Alex Brown, 35, of Rothwell, West Yorkshire, exchanged phone messages with one girl before starting to have full sex with her - including at his home, Ipswich Crown Court heard.
Footage shows the father holding the youngster back while his son slaps him, before the mother joins in and pushes the six-year-old schoolboy to the ground at the sports court in Brasilia.
Unemployed Eric Walker, 56, who is accused of faking a £200,000 lottery scratchcard, has opened up to MailOnline about his criminal past and how he served a prison sentence for handling stolen goods
The incredible paint job was applied to an Air Astana aircraft and was unveiled at Astana International Airport in Kazakhstan today by the carrier's CEO, Peter Foster.
Match of the Day host Gary Lineker (pictured in 1986) sparked the row with his footballing 'hero' Peter Shilton after the retired goalkeeper praised 'calm and calculated' Jacob Rees-Mogg.
Brussels has ramped up threats about the consequences of the UK crashing out as Theresa May was brutally rebuffed at a summit.
Stormzy, Adele and Marcus Mumford have teamed up with survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster to demand the removal of 'dangerous' cladding from buildings around the UK.
Wardens swooped on the Perry Hill estate in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire in the early hours to catch out residents (pictured) who failed to display their free permits.
All chargers installed at homes and offices using government funding from July 2019 must be able to be remotely accessed, and capable of receiving, interpreting and reacting to a signal.
This is the extraordinary moment a chef, from Keelakunupatti in the Tamil Nadu, India, cuts through a tower of six onions and displays his expert skill with the knife.
Controllers at Cranfield Airport in Bedfordshire have begun using live footage from high-definition cameras to direct take-offs and landings.
The outspoken presenter, 58, will give up on the traditional format employed by the hugely popular Amazon show and long-running BBC flagship Top Gear after more than 17-years.
The man was caught on camera grabbing the Sharp Aquos TV from the doorstep of a house on a quiet suburban road in George's County, Maryland.
Joe Robinson, 25, of Lancashire, has secretly returned to the UK from Turkey where he was on bail having been jailed for more than seven years for 'fighting for terrorist group the YPG'.
After the traditional gift was hauled down in the town of Grimsby a prankster intervened, hilariously putting 12in high tree in its place much to the bemusement of locals.
The prank, which has recently taken off in China, involves 'potential buyers' trying on necklaces and bracelets at a jewellery store before suddenly making a run for the exit.
The £250,000 paid by members of the Shah family was a combination of fines, costs and a confiscation order after a raid on their £500,000 property in Wembley.
Property developers Jonny Jackson and Harry Dee decided to make the unusual offer on the property - located in London's exclusive South Kensington - due to a drop in the housing market.
Dawn Cheetham, from Rochdale, (pictured with her partner) was worried about contracting cancer again. She was described as a 'dedicated, hard-working and intelligent' woman by the coroner.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - Ahmed Yousef, 19, still requires intensive physiotherapy a year after being seriously injured when Haider Azad Mirza, 21, drove his Audi at speed into him in Derby.
Sondra Locke, who has died aged 74 in Los Angeles, was best known for the six films she made with Clint Eastwood in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including 'The Outlaw Josey Wales'.
Nasa's Parker Solar probe snapped the image from behind its revolutionary heat shield. The mission launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket in August.
Scientists at MIT can put all kinds of useful materials in the polymer before they shrink it such as metals, quantum dots and DNA.
The 21-year-old said she is too 'worried' to testify at the trial of Michal Herba, who is accused of helping his brother Lukasz kidnap her in Italy in July 2017. But lawyers point out she has been in photoshoots.
Scientists from Nottingham Trent University are hoping to create a pocket containing solar panels that can be woven into clothes and used to charge phones, tablets and fitness trackers.
Lithuanian nationals Laura Kiseliova, 39, and Raimondas Titas, 37, set up an online 'puppy farm' and sold severely unwell dogs kept in squalid and cramped conditions from their home in Salford, UK.
The unnamed thrill-seeker hit an icy rut, lost his grip and fell off while riding his 02 Polaris Edge 800 machine along crisp snow in the foothills of Grace, Idaho.
Research carried out by the London School of Economics said fathers become more aware of the challenges girls face when they see their own offspring grow up.
Brits' ultimate sandwich is filled to the brim with stuffing, bacon, cheese, and cranberry sauce, according to Warburtons, who polled 2,000 Brits to find the ultimate festive recipe.
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said it was an 'historic moment for Irish women.' Those who voted to repeal the eighth amendment won a 66 per cent majority at the referendum in May.
Lauren Smith, 27, from Colchester, Essex, was travelling at 65mph in her Ford Ka along the A120 dual carriageway when she suffered an attack and her son Ben Hedges steered her to safety.
Leanne Mill had a sex change in Hove, East Sussex aged 34. She is speaking out to 'warn others of the reality of being a transsexual' but says she doesn't regret her surgery.
The change in the law was passed by Germany's parliament (pictured) in Berlin last night, allowing people to change their first name and gender on their birth certificates retrospectively.
Stunned beachcomber Jim Gale, 31, picked up the small sea heart bean - which looks like an oversized conker - during a visit to Lulworth Cove in Dorset.
Rules for England and Wales require officers to note down each occasion they use 'force' in their duties - which includes actions like drawing a firearm or putting someone in handcuffs.
Laura Burns could not be resuscitated at her home in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, so was taken to Antrim Area Hospital, where she worked as a nurse, and placed on life support.
Clive Cressy, 70, was found with a sickening suitcase full of Barbie dolls, tiny dresses and girls' shoes, mixed in his collection with condoms and lubricant, at his Phnom Penh apartment.
Lesbian porn has been crowned the most popular genre of 2018 on the leading adult film sites Pornhub and YouPorn - and it's all largely thanks to female viewers, according to the statistics.
David Dimbleby, 80, hosted his final BBC Question Time in Southwark last night. The veteran broadcaster's shoes will be filled by Fiona Bruce from next week.
KONSTANTIN KISIN: The irony was that I'd first been approached by a student who'd seen my normal set at Top Secret, one of London's best comedy clubs, and clearly enjoyed it.
Poor pupils will not catch up with those better off until 2070 if the pace of change remains the same as since 2011, according to analysis of the Department for Education figures released today.
Thomas Ballenger, a retired firefighter, surrendered himself to authorities after his wife Rebecca, 70, was found dead of multiple bullet wounds on Tuesday night in Clinton, Mississippi.
The former foreign secretary remained rent-free in his grace-and-favour flat a stone's throw from Buckingham Palace for three weeks after storming out of the Cabinet in July in a row over Brexit.
After Theresa May survived a vote of no confidence to oust her from Downing Street, Daniel Martin answers questions on what happens next.