Horror as 12 killed and 20 injured as huge car bomb rips through crowded Pakistani refugee camp

Now terrorists are targeting refugees: 12 killed as car bomb rips through Pakistani camp Device explodes at Jalozai camp on outskirts of northern city of PeshawarMost casualties were families displaced by army's battle with the TalibanPeshawar is on border of tribal area – Taliban's main sanctuary in Pakistan By Sam Adams PUBLISHED: 09:18 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:43 GMT, 21 March 2013 Twelve people were killed when a car packed with explosives blew up inside a refugee camp in northwestern Pakistan.

Double Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah quizzed by customs officials in "terror bungle" at U.S. airport

Double Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah quizzed by customs officials in 'terror bungle' at U.S. airportOlympic star accuses border guards of hauling him in for questioningLondon 2012 star blames their suspicions on his 'Somali origin'Said he received letter saying he was 'under investigation as terrorist threat'Revealed he was allowed to re-enter when his American coach intervened Farah previously moved to the U.S. to train before his Olympic glory | UPDATED: 08:38 GMT, 30 December 2012 British Olympic hero Mo Farah has revealed how he was quizzed by U.S

Al Qaeda"s second in command killed during drone strike on house in Pakistan"s tribal region

Al Qaeda's second in command killed during drone strike on house in Pakistan's tribal region Abu Zaid al-Kuwaiti killed in Pakistan's tribal region of North WaziristanHe was presented as a religious scholar for militant Islamic groupHis wife died and daughter was wounded as a result of the drone attack | UPDATED: 21:55 GMT, 9 December 2012 A U.S. drone strike has killed a senior al Qaeda leader described as the second in command of the terrorist organisation. Sheik Khalid bin Abdel Rehman al-Hussainan, who was also known as Abu Zaid al-Kuwaiti, was killed when missiles slammed into a house in Pakistan’s tribal region of North Waziristan, near the Afghan border.

Downton Abbey: Crawley family head to the Scottish Highlands for Christmas Day special

Doonton Abbey: TV's beloved upper class clan swap their English manor house for spectacular Scottish castle after filming Christmas Day special in the Highlands | UPDATED: 01:06 GMT, 8 December 2012 It is Downton but not quite as we know it. This year the Crawley family and a few of their best loved servants are leaving Downton Abbey behind and heading to Scotland for a break