Briton killed in EgyptAir flight 804 crash near Karpathos named as Richard Osman

The pictures posted online purportedly show debris from the doomed Airbus A320 (pictured, left inset, on a previous flight) that crashed into the Mediterranean with 66 people on board. The images emerged as search vessels reported seeing large objects floating in the sea around 230 miles south of the island of Crete. Greek defence minister Panos Kammenos said flight MS804 disappeared after going into a sudden spin and plunging 22,000ft before vanishing off the radar (right inset) at 00.30am GMT without making a distress call. The revelation came as security experts, ministers and former air accident investigators said all the evidence pointed to the plane being targeted in a terrorist attack. The 56 passengers on board included one Briton, 30 Egyptians, 15 French, one Belgian, one Iraqi, one Kuwaiti, one Saudi Arabian, one Chadian, one Portuguese, one Algerian and one Canadian. The British national has been named locally as Richard Osman, a 40-year-old geologist from Carmarthen in west Wales. (top right inset). Meanwhile, devastated relatives wept and comforted each other (left) as they waited for news on their loved ones at Cairo International Airport (left) and Charles De Gaulle airport (right) where the plane took off.

Boko Haram kidnapped Chibok school girl found in Nigeria after giving birth

Amina Ali, (pictured left and right) one of 219 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014, was discovered in the Sambisa Forest area of Borno state by civilian vigilantes assisting the military on Tuesday. Ms Ali, who was 17 when she was abducted, had a child while in captivity (pictured together right for the first time, inset, and today, main), and is now with her family in her home town of Mbalala, near Chibok. A total of 276 girls were abducted from the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, northeast Nigeria, on April 14, 2014 by Boko Haram militants, of which fifty-seven escaped in the immediate aftermath. Today she flew to meet the Nigerian President after an emotional reunion with her mother, Binta.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Elizabeth Gilreath, 11, had a chunk of her scalp ripped from her head on May 7, when she fell on a ride at a Cinco de Mayo carnival in Omaha, Nebraska.

The head of France's internal intelligence agency warned France was being 'clearly targeted' by ISIS a week before Flight MS804 took off. Patrick Calvar gave a warning on May 10.

Donald Trump sat down with Sean Hannity tonight on Fox News and hit Bill Clinton with the hardest charge yet. Trump brought up a rape accusation against the former Democratic president.

The biggest increase was in Africa due to improvements in care for children and the better availability of medicines, including those for malaria and AIDS, the World Health Organization said

Last month video footage of a suspected thief being set on fire in Venezuela went viral. Now Roberto Bernal's widow has come forward and explained how he came to die at the hands of a Caracas mob.

Justin Trudeau apologizes for elbowing Ruth Ellen Brosseau in the chest

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized 'unreservedly' for elbowing a female opposition member of Parliament in the chest as he waded through a group of her colleagues. Ruth Ellen Brosseau said the fracas forced her to miss a vote in the House of Commons on Wednesday as she had to leave the chamber. 'I was elbowed in the chest by the prime minister and then I had to leave. It was very overwhelming,' she said. 'I missed the vote because of this.'

Female RT reporter Anna Baranova is PUNCHED by cowardly protester in Paris

A Russian TV reporter was punched by a cowardly protester who sneaked up behind her while she was covering demonstrations in Paris. Anna Baranova, who works for Russia Today, has been praised for her professionalism. She continued her report while scarcely skipping a beat. French police have arrested 87 people during violent demos against new labour laws.

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday held a wide-ranging discussion with a group of conservative commentators who said afterward the Facebook CEO ...

Nick Alexander, 35, from Colchester, Essex, pictured, was among 89 people who were killed when terrorists opened fire in the city's Bataclan concert hall on November 13 last year.

Figures from February this year show that tourism to Egypt has practically halved and the average number of nights spent in the country is down by 67.2 per cent compared to 2015.

Miss Sandiford, originally from Redcar on Teesside has been on death row since December 2012 after attempting to smuggle cocaine into Bali after arriving on a flight from Bangkok.

Kenneth Eric Jackson, the leader of Georgia's Sex Money Murder Bloods gang, has been indicted for allegedly ordering a hit on a nine-month-old baby from his prison cell in May 2014.

A heroic dog suffered horrendous injuries when he ran through flames to rescue his owners from their burning home. Now a charity is asking for donations to pay for Chico's treatment.

Photographer Arthur Xanthopoulos captures intimate moments of endangered species at Zoo

Intimate portraits of some of the World's most endangered species have been captured at Melbourne Zoo in Australia in a collection of 15 breathtaking photographs. The series was captured over 18 months and showcases a lion playfully biting at a lioness (bottom, left), a young western lowland gorilla infant laying on its mother's back (bottom, right), a young elephant calf snuggling up to mum (top, right) and two sumatran orangutans sharing a kiss (top, left). Photographer Arthur Xanthopoulos, 42, started the collection to show the humanistic qualities seen in animals in a zoo and highlight the danger which exists for their species in the wild.

NASA satellite images show dramatic changes in the world's environment

Images released by NASA show dramatic changes in the world's environment over time. The images appear to support the organisation's fear of global warming and show huge glaciers forming massive cracks in just 12 months. As well as the long term changers in the Alaskan landscape. The Northwestern Glacier retreat, Alaska, left top and bottom has changed dramatically in 65 years. The images also captured the moment the Mississippi River rose after a severe wet season in 2011, right.

An Iraqi Christian fleeing the violence in the towns of Qaraqush and Bartala, both east of the city of Mosul in the northern province of Nineveh, prays at the Saint George church on July 1, 2014 in the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil. The Islamic State (IS) has spearheaded a lightning advance since June 9, capturing sizeable territories in the north and west, including the country's second city Mosul. AFP PHOTO /KARIM SAHIB        (Photo credit should read KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images)

The 12-year-old Christian girl was burned to death in her own home by ISIS terrorists in Mosul, northern Iraq when her mother delayed in paying a religious tax.

EEXKYD View of the airport Tegel. Almost 28 million passengers took off and landed last year at Berlinøs airports.

Despite his connections to fundamentalist Islam, 'Recep U' was allowed to work in secure areas of Tegel and Schönefeld airports until October 2015, when he was caught with a knuckleduster.

GRAPHIC CONTENT: The magnificent hunter becomes the hunted as it is drawn to the shore by the sight and smell of a bloody whale, strewn across the Arctic coast of Alaska.

Saudi Arabia is so short of cash because of plunging oil prices that it is considering resorting to handing contractors IOUs. Riyadh would pay partly in a form of bond which could be redeemed later.

The cabbie and pickup driver, who have not been identified, got into a brawl in the middle of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway after the truck driver stopped suddenly and the taxi hit his vehicle.

Elon Musk, Tesla's visionary U.S. chief executive, said he would be equipping factories to produce 500,000 vehicles a year in 2018, pushing forward production targets by two years.

Inside China's sports schools in search for next Olympic star

Heartbreaking images of a child crying (left) have emerged from a children's sport school in China, where youth are placed in institutions designed to create Olympic champions.It's one of many pictures captured in sporting schools across China of young children being put through gruelling training routines at ages as young as six. However, things are changing in the country as demographics shift and a larger focus is placed on different forms of education.

Italian garden with pavilion and portico rediscovered after being LOST for decades

A beautiful 'lost' garden which was hidden for decades on an estate near Ipplepen, Devon, is on the market - but after it was accidentally rediscovered when its clueless owners kicked up autumn leaves. The four-acre Italian beauty has already racked up bids from potential buyers in excess of £50,000. Tim Barker, of estate agents Michelmore Hughes, said the company had taken more than 200 calls from across the West Country and London.

'Arthur was a special duck. Having him stuffed, comforts me': The funeral home for PETS

Myrian Waeles nuzzles her nose against the green head of her pet mallard Arthur at her home in Lennik, a town west of Brussels, in Belgium. Arthur the duck stares ahead with the same expression he has had for the last eight years - since he died and Waeles took him to a local pet funeral home to be stuffed. Chantal Bauchez cradles her stuffed barbary macaque Moukys, while Monique Kroonen-Dupont looks lovingly at her dearly departed Yorkshire terrier Doudou. They are some of many pet owners who cope with the grief of losing their best friend by taking them to Animatrans' funeral home in the Belgian capital, where they can give them a worthy funeral, have them stuffed, or immortalise their loving expression in resin.

Josibel Aponte was just five years old in 1998 when her Connecticut home went up in flames, in killing her uncle and almost killing her if not for her 'savior' - retired police detective Peter Getz.

Geneticists, including scientists at the University of Uppsala, have found the first DNA evidence supporting theories that Stone Age farmers migrated back from Europe 3,000 years ago.

Leila Harfuch Lacase, 10, was invited on stage to play bass guitar with her idol Paul McCartney. The Beatles legend spotted her in the front row as he performed in front of 45,000 in Argentina.

Indian boy whose head hung at 180-degrees has life-changing surgery

Mahendra Ahirwar, 13, suffers congenital myopathy, which made his muscles in his neck so weak his head would hang at a 180-degree angle (left). Mother-of-two Julie Jones, from Liverpool, set up a crowdfunding page after reading about his plight. It raised £12,000 which paid for the operation, carried out by former NHS surgeon Dr Rajagopalan Krishnan. Ms Jones flew out to Delhi to meet the 13-year-old after his operation (right). She said the pair immediately formed a close bond. 'I wasn't prepared for the love I'd feel for him,' she said. 'Meeting the boy whose photos I knew so well was both harrowing and uplifting.' The story will be shown as part of Channel 5s Extraordinary People series tonight.

The male habit has been lambasted - there are even signs on the New York City subway system telling men not to take up too much space. But Clinton looks quite comfortable.

In this photo provided by Driscoll Children's Hospital, from left, Driscoll Children¿s Hospital physicians Angelina Bhandari, Jane Lyon, Vanessa Dimas, Karl Maher, Omar Cruz-Diaz, and Miguel DeLeon, say goodbye to former conjoined twins Scarlett and Ximena Hernandez-Torres, who left Driscoll Children¿s Hospital in Corpus Christi on Wednesday morning, May 18, 2016, five weeks after their separation surgery. (Driscoll Children's Hospital via AP)

Ximena and Scarlett Hernandez-Torres were discharged Wednesday, a spokesman for Driscoll Children's Hospital in Corpus Christi confirmed.

Groom Li Yunpeng and bride Chen Xuanchi from Nanchang, China, copied the 17,000-word document while wearing their wedding costumes. They did so to show their loyalty to Communism.

The alleged people smugglers were charging foreigners up to £5,500 a head for an illegal passage to the UK before they were arrested in Saint-Quay-Portrieux in Brittany, France.

The students from King's School in Parramatta were seen running in to a paddock to chase the animals, catching them and flipping them on to their backs in footage shared online.

Latest drone footage released by the bridge's operator shows the impressive structure is nearly completed. The walkway is set to feature a 853ft high bungee jump and a 558ft long swing.

Death Valley images show when it does rain there is enough water to KAYAK on

Death Valley in California might have a reputation for being one of the driest and hottest places on Earth but occasionally parts of it flood after rare storms and you can actually go kayaking there. Proving that it is possible, adventure hiker Steve Hall headed to the national park with his camera to capture the desert's breath-taking transformation. The 41-year-old took a yellow inflatable kayak on to a small lake that had formed temporarily and paddled his way along the surface.

'Fat girls beauty pageant' takes Brazil by storm

Plus-size women from around Brazil will gather in Rio de Janeiro on Friday for the Most Beautiful Fat Girl beauty pageant. It hopes to banish an industry-wide belief that only thin women can be gorgeous by giving larger women the opportunity to strut their stuff in front of a panel of judges and a live audience. Competitors who have won their regional heats in 20 of Brazil's 27 states are convening in the capital, equipped with courage and lashings of 'sassy' attitude. Aline Mansur (far left) from Rio is competing along with Kamilla Bittencourt from Bahia (centre) and Alessandra Mac-Donough, also from Rio (far right). Milian Aquarelo (inset) was last year's junior winner.

A robber in China was badly beaten after he reportedly snuck into a dormitory at Chengdu's Sport University to steal a scooter on May 17. The man was mobbed by angry students.

Made entirely of ice, the Luyashan Mountain Ningwu ice cave in China looks spectacular and remarkably manages to stay frozen for the duration of the summer thanks to its unusual shape.

Ensaf Haidar has described the horror of seeing her husband Raif Badawi receiving his first 50 lashes after being sentenced to 1,000 in Saudi Arabia for insulting Islam.

The tragedy happened at Xixiakou Wildlife Park in Rongcheng city in the north east of China. Although emergency services were called to the scene, it was too late to the save the men.

Careers that most children would dream of such as a waterslide tester in Dubai and an island keeper in Australia are available to adventurous adults for salaries sure to lure them away from the rat race.

Six decades after the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed the racial segregation of schools a new report says it is back. This time it might not be deliberate but minorities are getting a second-class education.

Neymar let into Britain despite forgetting passport by immigration officials

The Barcelona striker was photographed speaking to border staff after landing at Luton Airport last night. The 24-year-old, who is said to make £8million a year, handed over a number of documents, including his Spanish residency card, but did not have his passport. He waved through after 15 minutes and was later seen promoting a fashion brand at Selfridges in London's Oxford Street. Pictured right, Neymar (second from left) posted this photo, apparently taken on the tarmac, on social media last night.

Stephanie Inglis is left in Vietnam hospital after Debenhams insurance refused to help

The devastated mother of a teenage British judo star fighting for her life after a horror smash in Vietnam has hit out at travel insurers Debenhams who she says 'think it's ok to terminate her life over £12,000'. Stephanie (pictured left and right) Inglis, 27, from Inverness, Scotland, who won silver at the Commonwealth Games in 2014 (inset), came off the motorbike after her dress got caught in the wheel on May 11. She had bought 12 month annual travel insurance with Debehams online for £28.28. But the policy entitled her to 31 days of cover per trip. She had been in Vietnam since January 8 and therefore, Debenhams says, her cover had expired as she had been in Vietnam four months at the time of the accident. Speaking from her daughter's hospital bedside in Hanoi, Stephanie's mother, Alison, told MailOnline,  'I am disgusted with Debenhams who have left my daughter, a British citizen, with no medical assistance because of some clause hidden deep in terms and conditions.'

Paulina Zubrzycka, who arrived in the UK six years ago to start a new life with her family in Chatham, Kent, asked actress how to improve the integration of young immigrants.

FILE - In this July 26, 1956 file photo, the Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria keels far over to starboard before sinking 225 feet to the bottom of the Atlantic 45 miles off Nantucket Island, Mass. Nearly six decades after the Andrea Doria slammed into another ocean liner, killing 46 people, explorers are preparing to do what 16 others have lost their lives attempting: get a fresh glimpse of the wreckage on the sea floor. Everett, Washington-based OceanGate will use a five-person submarine in June 2016 to get high-definition video and 3-D sonar images of the shipwreck.  (AP Photo/John Rooney, File)

The New York-bound Italian luxury liner sank after a collision on the foggy night of July 25, 1956, with the Swedish ship Stockholm, which was heading back to Europe.

The determined man takes part in Fierljeppen, the national sport of the Frisian people in the Dutch province of Friesland, which involves clearing a pool of water with a large pole - without getting wet.

One of ex-Subway spokesman and convicted pedophile Jared Fogle's child porn victims, identified only as Jane Doe, has filed a suit against Fogel and Russell Taylor in March.

kim jong un memes

Internet jokers were quick to pounce when Kim Jong Un released pores-and-all picture of himself, breaking with years of North Korean tradition to manipulate their images.

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The bodies of a rhino family were found after being struck by lightning.) - A lightning strike left three of a Rhino family dead in Gorumara National Park of Indias West Bengal state. A 27-year-old female, a 14-year-old calf and a baby rhino were found dead by local officials on Tuesday. Officials said the Rhino family was struck by lightning which was so severe that it shook the ground for miles. The rhino family had been living in the reserved forest for more than a decade. SEE CATERS COPY.

A 27-year-old female, a 14-year-old calf and a baby rhino were struck by a bolt that 'shook the ground' for miles at Gorumara National Park of India's West Bengal state, officials said.

Husky dog gets stuck on power lines as it falls off window while playing

Heart-warming images show the moment a group of passersby and a dog's owner gather together to rescue the husky. The incident took place in Chongqing, China on May 17. The dog had become stuck after falling from the top floor of its owner's building (left), according to Chinese media. It successfully landed on a bed sheet (right) and allegedly suffered no injuries.

Lebanon Bond villain home inside CLIFF will become reality after design is funded

An  architectural project branded the 'ultimate Bond villain lair' is now set to be built in Lebanon after its designs went viral last year. This ambitious architectural masterpiece is called Casa Brutale and it had initially been designed for the cliffs overlooking the Aegean Sea in Greece. However, after a client spotted the design online, it will now become reality some 5,249ft above sea level on a cliff in Lebanon

Mexican social media users have applauded a vigilante lynch mob who have been filmed brutally beating a suspected thief with rocks. The video, from Lopez Mateos in Mexico state, has gone viral.

Paula Petra, 23, from Atlanta, and Katie Morrow, 29, from Connecticut, met online over a hair dye review and discovered they looked like twins. They met up and realized they had even more in common.

While others around it had large horns pointing upwards, the oryx did not appear hindered by its deformity as it was grazing in a safari park in Namibia, south west Africa.