Hampshire Constabulary has confirmed there is positive information to suggest the family of Ashya King may now be in Spain.
The Only Way Is Essex star James Argent has said he "can't apologise enough" for the worry he caused after his family reported him missing and a police manhunt was launched.
New measures to tackle the threat of British extremists will be the subject of discussions taking place this weekend between David Cameron and Nick Clegg.
Palestinian families have been enjoying a trip to the beach as life in Gaza slowly returns to normal after nearly two months of war.
Russian tanks have attacked a town near the border city of Luhansk and forced Ukrainian forces to withdraw, according to the country's president.
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Manchester United have begun talks with Netherlands international defender Daley Blind after agreeing a fee with Ajax for his transfer.
Fernando Torres is to have a medical at AC Milan on Saturday ahead of a two-year loan deal with the Serie A club.
Nico Rosberg has accepted the blame for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix, Mercedes have revealed.
St Helens fought back to defeat the 12 men of Leeds 13-12 at Headingley and take a major step towards claiming the Super League Leader's Shield.
In an exclusive interview with Sky News Entertainment Week the TV magician Dynamo has denied using wires in his stunt where he apparently levitates above the Shard in London.
US comedian Joan Rivers is "resting comfortably" in hospital after a health scare, her daughter has said.
The homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards has turned himself in after it emerged there was a warrant out for his arrest.
Former Playboy model Brandi Brandt has been sentenced to up to six years in prison for her part in a drug smuggling ring that brought cocaine into Australia.
Co-operative members have backed a shake-up of the way the crisis-hit group is run after a landmark vote on Saturday.
The City regulator says banks and other lenders are to reassess more than 2.5 million payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints.
The Liberal Democrats will promise fathers an extra four weeks' paternity leave under new manifesto plans due to be announced.
Tesco's share price took its biggest one-day hammering in more than two years on Friday after it slashed its profit forecast following a sales slump.
The impact on Malaysia Airlines from the disappearance of MH370 and shooting down of MH17 has forced it to cut 6,000 jobs.
An artist has caused a gold rush on a beach after apparently burying thousands of pounds worth of the precious metal there as part of an arts festival.
A disgraced beauty queen who was stripped of her title for allegedly being rude and dishonest has run off with the highly valued crown.
Researchers are tripping up old people in the name of science.
A talented dog has a new reason to wag his tail after setting two world records for walking on its hind legs and front paws.
The moment a heavily armed Swat team stormed the office of an online shoot-'em-up gamer has been caught on camera.
Experimental ebola drug ZMapp has cured all of the infected monkeys it was tested on, lifting hopes it could be used to fight West Africa's deadliest ever outbreak.
A large earthquake has hit the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland where authorities have been on high alert since a surge of small quakes this month.
A Ukrainian cargo plane with seven people on board has crashed in the far south of Algeria, an official has said.