North Korea said it is 'carefully examining' a plan to strike the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam with missiles, just hours after President Donald Trump told the country that any threat to the U.S. would be met with 'fire and fury.' A spokesman for the Korean People's Army, in a statement carried by the North's state-run KCNA news agency, said Wednesday the strike plan will be 'put into practice in a multi-current and consecutive way any moment' once leader Kim Jong Un makes a decision. The statement from the North comes after Trump told the country's leader Tuesday that additional threats of violence against the U.S. 'will be met with fire and the fury like the world has never seen.' 'He has been very threatening beyond a normal state, and as I said they will be met with the fire and fury and frankly power, the likes of which this world has never seen before,' Trump added in remarks at the top of an unrelated meeting.
'Devil Brother' who was jailed after torturing two young boys is recalled to prison just months after he was freed with a £500,000 new identity after being caught with a knife
The youngest of the two brothers who tortured two boys, aged nine and 11, near a ravine in Edlington, in 2009, has been recalled to prison, having been caught with a knife. He was released after serving six years in December, a judge having given him and his older brother lifetime anonymity for their crimes because he believed they had showed they were on the path to rehabilitation. Pictured, the boys in court.
Divorcee has spent 20 years and £250,000 turning his Victorian terrace into the ultimate man-cave with plaster cherubs, chandeliers and zebra print everywhere... and now it's worth over £100,000 LESS than it cost him
Stephen Jennings has installed zebra print galore (left), including in his living room (top right), plaster cherubs, ornate chandeliers and seven TVs into his property (inset bottom) in Newton Heath, Manchester. But now it is on the market an asking price of £180,000 - and will include all the customised furnishings he has added. The retired builder has made a lot of the unique features by hand, including a granite-effect ceiling in the kitchen (bottom right) and a breakfast table made from a church pew. A four-poster bed, fitted wardrobes and plush red carpets have been added to the master bedroom. Divorced Mr Jennings, 65, has reluctantly put his home up for sale as it's too big for him.
'I promised him sex once he let me go': In her own extraordinary words, British model tells Italian police how she rejected advances of the kidnapper who slept beside her in bed and watched her in the shower - as he declares his innocence
Glamour model Chloe Ayling fended off sexual advances from one of her kidnappers by promising to have sex with him when her ordeal was over, she told police. The 20-year-old, from Caulsdon, Surrey, left and right, said Lukasz Herba told her he was being driven crazy with lust as he watched her shower. She said oddball Herba, 30, slept next to her in a double bed, he bought her underwear and chocolates during her six-day ordeal. Miss Ayling was taken to a remote Italian farmhouse after being kidnapped, drugged with ketamin and stuffed in a suitcase when she arrived in Italy for a fake photo shoot. In an extraordinary 3,500 word statement made to Italian Police, inset, seen by by MailOnline, Miss Ayling said: 'MD (Herba) tried various sexual advances with me but I always stopped it by putting it off to the future are more intimate knowledge of each other. In effect I was leading him to believe that we would have become more intimate friends when this kidnapping was over.'
They really are the FRIENDLIEST of divorcees: Airmiles Andy and ex-wife Fergie head to Scotland in a private jet with daughter Eugenie to holiday with the Queen at Balmoral
The Duchess of York joined Prince Andrew and their daughter Princess Eugenie as they arrived in Scotland yesterday to holiday with the Queen at Balmoral. Despite there being regular flights to Aberdeen for as little as £62, the group flew in on a private jet. Andrew, left, was first off the plane, asking the waiting royal staff to load their suitcases into the car that had been brought for them to drive to Balmoral. Next out was Sarah Ferguson, centre, who took her spot in the passenger seat before Princess Eugenie, right, emerged. Prince Andrew then went to get their dogs, inset. They were just missing Princess Beatrice, understood to be on holiday. She is expected to join them later this month. Andrew and his daughters plan to spend several weeks at Balmoral enjoying time with the lady they call ‘Super Gran’.
Here is the Nudes at Ten: BBC worker spotted watching a VERY inappropriate video on office computer over presenter Sophie Raworth's shoulder
Viewers tuning into the BBC's News at Ten got an eyeful when a woman exposed her naked breasts on a computer screen - just yards behind presenter Sophie Raworth. A BBC worker, who was wearing headphones and slumped in his chair, was spotted watching the woman remove her bra in the raunchy movie scene. Ms Raworth, 49, was presenting a live piece on the England cricket team's victory over South Africa, but eagle-eyed viewers noticed the screen over her shoulder. Around 3.8million viewers watched the show and one person tweeted: '@BBCNews why is there a porn video playing behind one of your news anchors during a report?' The actress was wearing a black jumper while standing over a man during the clip which could be seen on Monday evening. In what is believed to be an action movie, she then removed her bra to reveal her breasts during the striptease.
The Terminator? No, it's a British soldier of the future: New 'close combat sensor system' uses cameras, lasers and audio to tell troops where the enemy is
Soon British soldiers will be seeing their enemies like the Terminator does, as the Army brings in a new system to feed information back to the soldier, his comrades and headquarters. Looking down the high-tech sights of their rifles, they will be able to tell whether they are facing friend or foe and where the enemy is, even if they can't see them. The soldier's system will feed back information to commanders from the battlefield so they can both track and guide their troops. Experts in the Ministry of Defence's science laboratory said this will help ensure the troops are not targeted by friendly fire. The kit is due to be ready for testing in simulated combat by around 2020. Left, the new kit, versus right, the current kit. Inset top, what the Terminator sees, and bottom, Arnold Schwarzenegger in the film.
With a ciggie in one hand, a cocktail in the other and hugging a Corbyn supporter, meet our ex-PM David Cameron in full chillaxing mode
David Cameron wasn’t worried about taking on more than he could handle as he balanced a cigarette, a drink and a rather enthusiastic Jeremy Corbyn fan all at the same time (left). In fact Mr Cameron looked perfectly at ease as he juggled all three as he attended the upmarket Wilderness Festival near his Oxforshire home. The picture was uploaded on Instagram by a festival goer alongside the caption: ‘Couldn’t have even planned it. Big Dave C in the house, shame he can’t read.’ But it appears he hasn't quite lost his political competitiveness, as he and his wife Samantha also managed to spoil a Labour councillor's selfie by photobombing in the background (both circled right).
Farewell to the Rhinestone Cowboy: Glen Campbell, superstar singer of 1960s and '70s, dies age 81 in Nashville following long battle with Alzheimer's
Glen Campbell, the grinning, high-pitched entertainer who had such hits as "Rhinestone Cowboy" and spanned country, pop, television and movies, has died. He was 81. Campbell's publicist Sandy Brokaw says the singer died Tuesday morning in Nashville. No cause was immediately given. Campbell announced in June 2011 that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and that it was in its early stages at that time. Campbell was one of the biggest stars of the late 1960s and 1970s. He sold more than 45 million records, had 12 gold albums and 75 chart hits. He co-starred with John Wayne in the 1969 movie "True Grit" and had a weekly audience of some 50 million people for the "Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour" on CBS from 1969 to 1972.
Superfit endurance runner, 44, swims to his death trying to cross the English channel - as his team live-TWEET his progress
Endurance athlete Douglas Waymark, 44, who has climbed Everest and Kilimanjaro, was taking part in a 300-mile mega-triathlon from Marble Arch in Central London to Paris' Arc de Triomphe. He had already had run from London to Dover before attempting the crossing, but struggled during the swim and later collapsed. He told his team that he was feeling 'bad' and was refusing to take food and drink. The coastguard received a call from his support vessel around 9.30pm last night. A search and rescue helicopter based at Lydd, which was training nearby, arrived within 10 minutes and airlifted the swimmer to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, but he later died.
Father's heartbreak as nine-year-old daughter is diagnosed with terminal brain cancer just five years after his wife, 33, died with their unborn child
Joe Moroney 's wife Nicola (inset with his daughter at her Christening) had a cardiac arrest aged 33 while they were sitting at home watching TV in 2012. The couple's third daughter Ruby was born three months early by emergency caesarean but sadly died in her distraught father's arms 14 hours later. Mr Moroney, who owns a media company in Merseyside, said seeing reminders of his beautiful wife in his kids kept him going. But now his eldest daughter Lucy (pictured with her father and sister Amy and in hospital) has been diagnosed with an untreatable brain tumour and given around nine months to live, causing him 'the maximum pain you could ever imagine'.
Moment married would-be bomber calmly wheels his hand luggage containing an explosive hidden in a PIPE into Manchester airport
Nadeem Muhammad, 43, was attempting to board a flight to Bergamo, Italy, on January 30 when security officers at Manchester Airport found the device, made from batteries, tape, a marker pen and pins. When airport security swabbed the bomb there was no trace of explosive on the outside and officers did not believe it was a viable device. It was only after further forensic examination weeks later that the object was found to be dangerous and Muhammad was charged with a bomb plot. CCTV shows Muhammad, wearing a dark parka coat and jeans, stroll between crowds of other passengers as he gets off a shuttle and walks through the airport's entrance.
Stalker who once waged a 'guerrilla war' against Robbie Williams claiming he inspired popstar's Millennium video admits breaching a restraining order
Sean Stimson (left), 44, and his brother Wayne, 46, were banned from contacting the popstar's team after launching a hate campaign in 1998. The pair thought Williams (inset) had stolen their idea for a Britpop musical and used it for his hit song’s James Bond-themed video (right). They hurled abuse at his record company's employees through nuisance phone calls and even called in a bomb threat. Sean Stimson admitted breaching a restraining order by making abusive and threatening calls to the solicitors’ firm nine times between 21 August and 9 September 2015.
Revealed: The moment a swinger WAVED to 'chopper copper' filming her outdoor sex show with her husband from his £2m police helicopter - as he is jailed for a year
Former South Yorkshire Police officer Adrian Pogmore (left), 51, has been jailed for a year after admitting using a force helicopter to film a couple having sex (inset) and naked sunbathers. Sheffield Crown Court heard Pogmore was 'a swinging and sex-obsessed air observer who visited sex dungeons who was referred to as the 'team deviant' by other members of the air support unit at the police force. He was sacked earlier this year after admitting the offences. The court heard the couple knew Pogmore and the woman even waved to him (right), but that they were unaware they were being filmed and were 'extremely embarrassed' having 'left the swinging scene behind'.
Incredible moment athlete is BARRED from London Stadium hours before he was hoping to run for gold after being hit by vomiting virus and forced to pull out of competition
Botswana's medal hope Isaac Makwala was barred from the London Stadium just hours before the 400m final because he was hit by a vomiting virus. Shocking video footage shows the 30-year-old, who was one of the main challengers to South Africa's Wayde van Niekerk, not being allowed to enter the stadium (right). He had previously said he was 'heartbroken' after learning he could not compete in the 200m event on Monday, despite feeling fit enough to race. Makwala (left), who is a national hero in his country, had fallen victim to the sickness bug which has already struck down 30 competitors at the event in London. He told the BBC earlier in the day that he was 'not that sick' and he was 'ready to run' because he had 'just vomited'. It comes as German athletes have been moved out of the Tower Hotel in London after the outbreak of norovirus (inset).
The day the SAS entered Hell: Towards the end of the war the elite force was fighting its way across Germany, facing boy soldiers and starving civilians - then it came across the horror of Belsen
By the spring of 1945, the SAS was an established covert force, charting successes in every theatre of war, from deserts to freezing wastelands. In the concluding part of our electrifying serialisation, official historian BEN MACINTYRE reveals the unimaginable horror that members of the regiment encountered in the last days of the war. Lieutenant John Randall and his driver were motoring through forests of pine and silver birch in northern Germany when a terrible smell hit them, a cloying stench of rot and excrement that seemed to hang in the air like a plague miasma. They were the first Allied soldiers to enter Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. At that moment there appeared a smiling figure in SS uniform who introduced himself as Josef Kramer, the commandant. He offered the visitors a tour of the camp, declaring absurdly that he was not responsible for the condition of the inmates.
Live like a King! One of the last moated castles in England complete with an old dungeon and three converted turrets goes on the market for £5million
Caverswall Castle, in Stoke-on-Trent, is on the market for £5million. It's one of the last moated castles in England and features three turrets, 18 bedrooms, and nine reception rooms. There's also 13 bathrooms, a billiard room, dungeon and a library with a Wedgwood ceiling. The castle was bought as a crumbling ruin in 2006 by property tycoon Robin MacDonald and has been used as a location for events, parties and weddings, but MacDonald was fined in 2014 for hosting the events without the correct licence. He's now selling the castle again, with a £5million price tag, up from the £3million he hoped to make for it in 2014 when it was last on the market.
Up to 100 people are feared dead and thousands more injured as magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes western China near popular national park causing buildings to crumble
The Chinese government has said 100 people are feared dead after a strong earthquake shook a mountainous region in western China near a famous national park, with a magnitude of 7.0. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude 6.5 quake struck a region bordered by the provinces of Sichuan and Gansu at a depth of just 9 kilometers (5.5 miles). Shallow earthquakes tend to cause more damage than deeper ones. The China Earthquake Networks Center measured the quake at magnitude 7.0 and said it struck at a depth of 20 kilometers (12 miles).
Horrific footage 'shows Venezuelan security forces brutally battering an opponent' as UN claims Maduro's men have killed dozens by using 'excessive force' to crush protesters
This horrifying video purports to show Venezuelan police officers brutally assaulting an unarmed man. The footage is said to have been filmed in Lechería, west of the capital Caracas, and sees a handful of men in police riot gear arrive on motorcycles before using batons, shields and fists to beat the lone man. As the video made the rounds on Twitter, the United Nations released a report accusing President Nicholas Maduro's security forces of 'killing dozens' and using excessive force to suppress protests.
Haunting photos of Afghanistan reveal the scars that decades of war have left on the country as photographer who took them reveals how he was almost killed by helicopter gunships
Steve McCurry first entered Afghanistan in 1979, just days ahead of the Soviet invasion and over the course of almost four decades has taken some of the most famous images of the country, including the Afghan Girl portrait. Almost immediately after entering the country dressed in traditional robes he found himself dodging death from helicopter gunships, before having to sneak his film back across the border stitched into his clothes. A new collection of his images, spanning 1979 to 2016, document how Afghanistan has changed in that period. Left, a mother comforts her two-year-old child after he was grazed by a bullet, top left, a fruit seller pedals his wares from a burned out car, and bottom right, a man and his mule make their way through the mountains.