Boxing legend Muhammad Ali "could be dead in days" warns distraught brother

Boxing legend Muhammad Ali family locked in bitter feud as distraught brother says he 'could be dead in days' Rahman Ali said the health of his boxing great brother is in decline The former world champion has suffered from Parkinson's since 1984Made a frail appearance at the London 2012 Olympic opening ceremonyRahman claims the family are being prevented from seeing Ali by wife Olympic opening ceremony” class=”blkBorder” /> Ali, pictured with wife Lonnie, left, was very frail during his appearance at the London 2012 Olympic opening ceremony, pictured right with Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti He said that in the days when his brother could still communicate, he had told him he was not in pain, adding: ‘I’ve achieved everything I’ve ever wanted to accomplish.

Rebecca Tarbotton: U.S. environmental leader dies at age 39 in a swimming accident in Mexico

U.S. environmental leader dies at age 39 in a swimming accident in MexicoRebecca Tarbotton, head of the Rainforest Action Network, was caught in a wave while swimming in Puerto VallartaCause of death was ruled asphyxiationShe is survived by husband Mateo Williford, her mother and two brothers She was vacationing with her husband and friends when she was killed | UPDATED: 15:10 GMT, 29 December 2012 The executive director of San Francisco-based environmental group Rainforest Action Network has died in a swimming accident at a beach near Mexico's Pacific coast resort of Puerto Vallarta, police said Friday

Looking for a husband to give you a big family? Make sure he"s got lots of brothers

Looking for a husband to give you a big family Make sure he’s got lots of brothers | UPDATED: 00:02 GMT, 19 December 2012 If you are seeking a man who will give you a big family, first make sure you count how many brothers he has. The greater the number of male siblings your husband has, the more fertile he is likely to be, scientists say

Sister of two brothers who plotted to blow up the London Stock Exchange jailed for having Al Qaeda terror manual on her mobile phone

Sister of two brothers who plotted to blow up the London Stock Exchange jailed for having Al-Qaeda terror manual on her mobile phoneRuksana Begum, 22, has been jailed for one year after editions of an Al-Qaeda magazine were found on her phone in JulyHer brothers Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah, were jailed earlier this year for their parts in a plot to attack the London Stock Exchange | UPDATED: 21:49 GMT, 6 December 2012 A young graduate whose brothers are serving prison sentences for planning a terrorist attack on the London Stock Exchanged, has been jailed for downloading Al-Qaeda terrorist material in her mobile phone. Ruksana Begum, 22, who has a first-class degree in accountancy, had two editions of Al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine on her phone, including articles such as 'Targeting the populations of countries that are at war with the Muslims'.

A child to make royal history: The first addition to a new line of succession which will govern the Crown for evermore

A child to make royal history: The first addition to a new line of succession which will govern the Crown for evermore | UPDATED: 22:50 GMT, 3 December 2012 While the world – and especially the bookies – enjoy the traditional speculation over the sex and name of any impending royal arrival, the future third in line to the throne has already made royal and constitutional history.

Mother of youngest British soldier killed in Afghanistan has gone on hunger strike after her benefits were axed because of his death

Mother of youngest British soldier killed in Afghanistan has gone on hunger strike after her benefits were axed because of his deathLucy Aldridge wanted to fulfil son William's wish that his death-in-service payout would be used as a trust fund for his younger brothersSon William, 18, was killed by a roadside bomb in a Taliban ambush in 2009 Because the payout was paid into a deceased estate, not a trust fund, the Government ruled she was financially secureNow she has had to use money on everyday living expenses, instead of saving it to secure her two son's futures | UPDATED: 18:42 GMT, 29 November 2012 Lucy Aldridge has gone on hunger strike The mother of the youngest British soldier killed in Afghanistan has gone on hunger strike after the Government axed her benefits as a result of his death. Disabled Lucy Aldridge, 44, lost 300-a-week when her housing and council tax benefit, along with income support were stopped after her son William was blown up in a Taliban ambush in July 2009. Before his death, selfless William had instructed his mum to use any insurance money to be used to bring up his younger brothers George, nine, and Archie, seven

Father died "in road rage attack after being punched and kicked by gang in front of son"

Father died 'in road rage attack after being punched and kicked by gang in front of son'Johnny Assani was left lying unconscious and bleeding in the roadHis 16-year-old son was allegedly punched when he tried to help his fatherTwo brothers, Mohammed Shahid and Mohammed Rafiq, already convictedA third is on trial at the moment after hiding in Birmingham and Bradford | UPDATED: 20:56 GMT, 29 November 2012 A motorist died of his injuries after he was punched and kicked by a gang of men in front of his teenage son. Johnny Assani, 43, died of his injuries in hospital after he was left lying bleeding and unconscious in a road in Derby

Father, 32, fatally shot in his bed as partner and son, 3, slept alongside in mistaken identity case

'Father, 32, fatally shot in his bed as partner and son, 3, slept alongside in case of mistaken identity' Sleeping woman and child in bed next to him didn't hear a sound as shotgun was held so close to his skull when it was fired The intended target was actually the alleged shooter's brother, as the two family members shared years of animosity and violence | UPDATED: 16:47 GMT, 26 November 2012 32-year-old father-of-three Lee Gray was shot dead by a bullet from a single barreled shotgun to the skull while asleep in bed A man was shot dead in bed at home in a case of mistaken identity while the victim’s partner and three-year-old son were asleep next to him, a court has heard. Father-of-three Lee Gray, 32, was allegedly killed with a single shot to the back of the head by 29-year-old Martin Fieldhouse who intended to kill his brother Michael. The two brothers had a 'significant history of animosity' according to Richard Mansell QC, prosecuting, and a few hours earlier Martin Fieldhouse had been assaulted and humiliated in a fight with his brother.