Madeleine McCann was three years old when she went missing from a tourist resort in Portugal in May 2007.
The Australian yoga teacher is conducting sell-out workshops, where she encourages the women to strip off to boost confidence and their bedroom experience.
Hannah Turtle from Shotton, Wales is accused of murdering her seven-week-old son; she told the jury she had heard voices telling her that she did not deserve her son James Hughes.
Heartwarming image of Pikin the gorilla resting in the arms of her human companion Appolinaire in the back of a car wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award.
Dominic Wallis and Elizabeth Ellis, from Nuneaton, have been jailed for the murder of Dionne Clark, who was left with 69 separate injuries after the attack in June last year.
Mark Woolley, 52, from Hackney, east London, was jailed for the murder a BBC costume designer Liz Sherlock, 42, after he run her over after his girlfriend snatched her handbag.
Response to Oxfam Haiti sex scandal: "Judge me by my work, not what I do in my time off," says aid worker who had sex with prostitutes during Bosnian War.
Derbyshire-native Duncan Robb thought he was buying tickets for LA-based band the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a Christmas present for his girlfriend.
The social media reach of state-run Russian news networks eclipsed that of the largest Leave campaigns in the run up to the Brexit referendum.
Mumsnet user jumpinline has sparked a heated debate on the website over the role parents are expected to play in the children's financial matters.
An elderly woman who was trapped in her bathtub for three days has been rescued after Essex police broke into her house.
Judge calls Garfield White "an intelligent man from a good home" who is also "an aggressive, violent, dishonest and scheming thug".
Penny Lawrence resigns as charity faces further criticism workers used prostitutes following major 2010 earthquake.
A father of two who has worked a school crossing for 20 years has quit after the local council told him giving out high-fives was potentially grooming.
Germany celebrates its annual Rose Monday carnival in traditional fashion: with floats featuring huge, unflattering puppets of politicians.
Clydesdale Bank employee denied having sex with the female involved in the incident, who was also fired in the aftermath.
Users in West Midlands could soon be offered heroin is special drug consumption rooms to tackle £1.4bn a year costs to public service.
A former senior UN official has suggested that Oxfam workers involved in the Haitian prostitution scandal could face prosecution for sex crimes in British courts.
Foreigners including four Brits deported from Cambodia after being charged with producing pornography.
The European Union is set to vote in favour of imposing a ban on palm oil imports from Malaysia, which could spark a tit-for-tat retort.