Saad al-Hilli: Orphans of Alps massacre "to be adopted by their aunty" after being put into foster care

Aunt of little girls orphaned in Alps massacre 'wants to adopt them after they were put into foster care'Aunt Fadwa al-Saffar preparing legal bid to become legal guardian of childrenGirls were orphaned in the French alps massacre in September last year Have been placed with foster family but own family want to adopt them /10/1418450360_1935691309001_vs-509109252b13b0e4f9b19e34-1471893301001.jpg” class=”plcHlder” /> Loading video… DM.has('rcpv1935651607001','BC', {'renderConfig' : { 'css' : “videoplayer-large”, 'autoplay' : false, 'muted' : false, 'title' : “Archive footage of Alps massacre”, 'videoId' : 4411, 'adsEnabled' : true, 'playerId' : “1989148206001”, 'playerKey' : “AQ~~,AAAAAFSL1bg~,CmS1EFtcMWELN_eSE9A7gpcGWF5XAVmI”, 'objId' : “rcpv1935651607001”, 'videoPlayer' : “1935651607001”, 'width' : 636, 'height' : 358, 'linkBaseURL' : “” } });

Merry Essex-mas! How Father Christmas lived in TOWIE county and died 500 years ago

Merry Essex-mas! How 'Father Christmas' lived in TOWIE county and died 500 years agoArchive entry shows Father Christmas was buried in the county in 1564Essex Record Office archives show a host of Christmas family members | UPDATED: 14:42 GMT, 23 December 2012 Historians have uncovered evidence that Father Christmas lived in Essex and died nearly 500 years ago. Archivists at the county's records' office have discovered a brief archive entry that states Father Christmas was laid to rest at a churchyard in the village of Dedham on May 30, 1564.

The astonishing interactive map that show EVERY bomb dropped on London during the Blitz

The astonishing interactive map that shows every bomb dropped on London during The Blitz New site uses data from the National Archive previously only available to visitors to the Reading Room Allows Londoners to search for their home and see if it was bombedMobile phone app allows tourists to point their phone at a landmark to see if it was bombed | UPDATED: 19:16 GMT, 6 December 2012 If you've ever wondered how close London’s landmarks came to being blown up in the Blitz, a new interactive map has the answer.