'We heard gunshots… we found her in a pool of blood': Relatives describe how British girl, 8, was fatally shot in head on family holiday to Jamaica Imani Green, of London, shot on Friday night in Duncans, Trelawny ParishGirl abroad for winter holiday with mother Donna, 47, and sister Jamila, 19 Struck in head by bullet from 9mm pistol and hit in shoulder by second bullet By Leslie Larson and Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 05:04 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:55 GMT, 13 January 2013 Relatives today described the dramatic scenes when an eight-year-old girl was shot dead on a family holiday in Jamaica after an assailant opened fire at a grocery store
Down comes the house that Sandy built: Cottage that became symbol of hurricane is bulldozed as America moves onPrincess Cottage in New Jersey is razed to the ground in just 15 minutesThe house had remained standing despite being ripped in half by the winds150-year-old waterfront property is one of 50 in the area being demolished | UPDATED: 11:18 GMT, 24 December 2012 The waterfront house that became the symbol of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy has been torn down. Princess Cottage in New Jersey had been ripped in half by the devastating winds that battered the east coast of the United States in October. A bulldozers finished the job on Friday, tearing down the 150-year Front Street house in the seaside town of Union Beach
Debris from Japan's tsunami last year washes up on the coast of Washington state more than 4,000 miles away | UPDATED: 20:12 GMT, 22 December 2012 Hiking over primitive coastal trails, a team reached a dock that apparently floated from Japan after last year's tsunami and just washed ashore on a Washington beach, and an official said the group found Japanese writing inside the structure. The team of tsunami debris experts is trying to confirm that the dock is from Japan and drifted for more than a year before winding up on one of the most remote beaches on the U.S. West Coast.
We've made it! Relief for 27 immigrants rescued by Spanish Coast Guard as they sailed toy dinghies across Strait of Gibraltar Migrants began to swim towards Spanish Coast Guard when they realised a boat from Morocco was also coming to rescue them | UPDATED: 17:38 GMT, 3 December 2012 Relief etched on their face, these African immigrants say goodbye to their inflatable dinghy, and hello to the reassuring sturdiness of the a Coast Guard boat. Spanish officials say Coast Guard vessels from southern Spain and Morocco have rescued 27 migrants on four inflatable dinghies in the Strait of Gibraltar in the last 24 hours.
Exotic sunfish weighing six stone washes up on a beach…