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Missing Mother Of Four Seen On Shops CCTV Police searching for a missing woman from Dorset, who has four young children, have released new CCTV showing her in a shop on the day she vanished. Samantha Henderson, who is 24, was last seen at about 3pm on 21 January outside Corfe Castle Primary School. In the new CCTV images taken at 11.41 that morning in The Sweet Shop in The Square in Corfe Castle, she can be seen wearing the same outfit which she was wearing outside the school later that day. Senior investigating officer Neil Devoto, of Dorset Police’s Major Crime Investigation Team, said: “We have not found Samantha yet and are gravely concerned about her, fearing that she may have come to some harm.
Spectacular Time-Lapse Video Shows Wonders of the Night Sky An amazing new time-lapse video shows the Milky Way, dancing auroras and skies full of stars above stunning locations in areas free of light pollution. The video is actually the trailer for a film called "Illusion of Lights: A Journey into the Unseen," an independent movie from Goldpaint Photography. Brad Goldpaint — the movie's director, photographer and editor — has been gathering footage for more than three years, with more shooting still planned. "'Illusion of Lights: A Journey into the Unseen' explores the beauty of the night sky from locations deep within high altitude mountains in the Sierra Nevada and low desert floors of the Southwest [United States]," according to a film synopsis.
U.S. Embassy in Yemen to close to the public - statement The United States is closing its embassy in Yemen to the public until further notice, the embassy said in a statement on Monday amid political turmoil after that nation's government resigned last week under pressure from the Houthi rebel movement. "The U.S. Embassy will be closed to the public until further notice out of an abundance of caution and care for our employees and others who may be visiting the Embassy.
MP Raises New Questions Over Brittan Sex Claims A Labour MP has called on police to redouble their efforts to investigate allegations of serious sexual assault against the late Lord Brittan. Just days after the former home secretary's death, Tom Watson has insisted he is right to speak out on behalf of survivors of child abuse. Lord Brittan, who was home secretary in Margaret Thatcher's government, died last week after suffering from cancer. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Watson said: "My condolences go to the Brittan family.
Newcastle give Carver job until end of season Newcastle United have put caretaker manager John Carver in charge for the rest of the season, the club said on Monday. The 50-year-old has been at the helm for four matches since Alan Pardew left to join Premier League rivals Crystal Palace. Newcastle, who are 11th in the table, extended Carver's deal despite the fact he has yet to win a game. "At the beginning of this process it was my desire and intention to appoint an individual to the position of head coach who would be available to start immediately," managing director Lee Charnley told the club's website (www.nufc.co.uk).
N. Dakota gas prices still declining, but rise expected soon The average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in North Dakota has dropped further below $2, but prices are expected to start going in the opposite direction soon. The average price in the state has ...
US Secret Service recovers drone from White House grounds A small drone crash-landed on the grounds of the White House early Monday, prompting officials to declare a security lockdown until they were able to determine that it posed no risk.
Mountain-sized asteroid to skim by Earth An asteroid the size of a mountain is about to shave by Earth, in a rare type of flyby that will not be seen for another decade, astronomers said Monday.
Soccer-Newcastle give Carver job until end of season Newcastle United have put caretaker manager John Carver in charge for the rest of the season, the club said on Monday. The 50-year-old has been at the helm for four matches since Alan Pardew left to join Premier League rivals Crystal Palace. Newcastle, who are 11th in the table, extended Carver's deal despite the fact he has yet to win a game. "At the beginning of this process it was my desire and intention to appoint an individual to the position of head coach who would be available to start immediately," managing director Lee Charnley told the club's website (www.nufc.co.uk).
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