MailOnline can reveal the mystery woman found in Rome is 21-year-old Embla Jauhojärvi, from Stockholm in Sweden who had travelled to Italy six months ago to study the language. Her father Tahvo has contacted police and is waiting for Embla to be relocated before he flies to Italy for a reunion. Baffled Italian authorities had been struggling to identify the young woman, who only responds in English, after she was found sleeping in a piazza in central Rome. Campaigners said she looked like a number of missing girls and even Madeleine McCann, the British toddler who vanished on holiday with her family in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007. Mr Jauhojärvi said his daughter suffered from Asperger's and that he had not heard from her for six months.
Earthquake, tsunamis… and even a METEORITE! Video footage captures powerful 7.4-magnitude tremor near Fukushima and flaming objects in the sky above Japan
Dramatic footage shows a flaming object trailing across the evening sky (right) while Japan was still assessing the damage from the 7.4-magnitude tremor. Alarms rang out in towns across Fukushima prefecture - where the 2011 earthquake wreaked havoc - and further along Japan's eastern coastline. Around an hour later, a tsunami flowed inland and up the Suna'oshi River in Tagajo (left) - a city devastated in the 2011 earthquake - almost bursting its banks. Video taken by a 16-year-old known as Asuka then showed a mysterious burning light crossing the night sky.
Kanye's 'psychiatric emergency': Radio call reveals how West was hospitalized in cuffs forcing Kim to cancel her comeback event and jet to her husband's side
Kim Kardashian canceled her comeback event and rushed back to L.A. on Monday night (pictured left) to be by her husband Kanye West's side after he was hospitalized for his own safety following a psychotic breakdown. The rapper (pictured right on Sunday) is under 'psychiatric evaluation' at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles and the rest of his Saint Pablo Tour has been cancelled as friends say the star is 'spiraling out of control'. Friends told DailyMail.com the 'breakdown' was triggered by problems in his marriage to Kim Kardashian, paranoia over his rift with Jay Z and his seething jealousy of Beyoncé. And friend John Legend has added to the concern for Kanye, saying: 'We were with Kim right before all that and I was concerned by what I saw, so hopefully he’s getting some rest and some time to figure things out.'
Trump will NOT pursue investigations into Hillary: 'If Donald Trump can help her heal, then perhaps that's a good thing'
Donald Trump will not sic federal investigators on Hillary Clinton once he's in the White House. Kellyanne Conway, a senior official on the Republican's presidential campaign and now his transition team, told Morning Joe the president-elect has a lot on his mind and 'things that sound like the campaign aren't among them.' 'I think Hillary Clinton still has to face the fact that a majority of Americans don't find her to be honest or trustworthy, but if Donald Trump can help her heal, then perhaps that's a good thing,' Conway said.
Doomed by their last bid to reach Europe: Migrants sink their own boat after crashing it into the side of a Tunisian fishing trawler they mistook for the coast guard
GRAPHIC CONTENT - A shocking video has emerged of a dinghy packed with migrants sinking in the Mediterranean after they mistook a Tunisian trawler for an Italian coastguard ship. The dinghy, powered by an outboard motor, clearly aims itself at the ship (pictured, left) and after coming alongside the trawler (right) it capsizes. The footage includes tragic scenes of what appear to be drowned bodies (centre).
Put to death at the executioner's block... at the age of 100: ISIS behead elderly cleric for 'practising witchcraft'
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The frail prisoner, named as Sufi cleric Sheikh Sulaiman Abu Haraz, was dragged to an executioner's block in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. Shocking images show a masked jihadist dressed in black using a long sword to carry out the beheading in front of a crowd of extremists. The killing was one of two executions captured on camera by fanatics from the ISIS-affiliated Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group.
Fifty shades of white: Artist captures beautiful images of albinos against light backgrounds to reveal 'their beautiful tones'
Yulia Taits, 38, from Moscow, captured the images of models and says she did not need to use Photoshop for any of them. The project was to illustrate the 'beautiful tones' of the albino models against light backgrounds - showing angelic and fairytale portraits. Pictured are models Adi (main image), Zohar (top inset) and Shimon (bottom inset).
Nice eggs, shame about his face: Customer is left bruised and battered after asking a prostitute if he could pay for sex with a boiled egg
A prostitute in Zimbabwe beat a punter around the head with a beer bottle after he offered to pay for sex with a boiled egg. Moses Mushonga, (pictured, right), walked up to the young lady of the night in the town of Mvurwi in Mashonaland province. Firstly he manhandled her, leaning into her bra and touching her breast (left) and then he further insulted her by offering to pay with the egg. Earlier this year a Zimbabwean newspaper said local sex workers had reduced their prices to the equivalent of half a loaf of bread.
Dog meat traders meet their match: Pet rescue team injured after using a car to block lorry full of whimpering animals headed for slaughterhouse
Several animal activists were injured - one of them seriously - after their car was rammed by a lorry (pictured, left) carrying hundreds of whimpering dogs to a slaughterhouse in China. The dogs - believed to be a mixtures of strays and household pets which were grabbed for profit - are thought to have been sold to meat traders. In the heart-breaking video the hundreds of dogs (right) packed into the lorry can be heard mewling in terror.
A real cliff-hanger: Daredevil cyclists teeter on the edge of a sheer rock face in amazing footage filmed by a drone
Daredevil cyclists tackled the near 5,000ft high White Line Trial in Sedona, Arizona, which follows a 'scar' along a sandstone cliff face that is known as one of the most dangerous routes in the world. Cyclist James Burroughs and friends Nate and Roman, all from Phoenix, Arizona, cycle the route every week and said they wanted to capture their thrill-seeking antics on camera using a drone. Mr Burroughs, 31, warned it was not for the faint-hearted as 'one mistake' could lead a cyclist to plummet to their death.