Reunited: Mother breaks down in tears as she is reunited with six-year-old girl abducted from Britain three years ago

Reunited: Mother breaks down in tears as she is reunited with six-year-old girl abducted from Britain three years ago Six-year-old went missing on her third birthday during trip to seaside Atiya was traced after police published picture of what she looks like now Father currently serving a prison sentence for refusing to reveal her locationRazwan Ali Anjum took her to Lahore in Pakistan three years ago | UPDATED: 22:21 GMT, 28 December 2012 The mother of a missing girl abducted three years ago broke down in tears as she described the moment she saw her daughter again today.

Doctors warn travellers of vaccine shortages for the potentially deadly typhoid fever

Doctors warn travellers of vaccine shortage for deadly typhoid fever Shortage follows a recall by one pharmaceutical company of 88 per cent of its typhoid vaccine stock in OctoberTyphoid fever occurs mostly in developing countries in areas with poor sanitationProves fatal in up to 30 per cent of cases if left untreated | UPDATED: 11:55 GMT, 26 December 2012 Holidaymakers escaping the British winter to exotic climes may struggle to get immunised against typhoid, doctors have warned. There is a UK shortage of the vaccine for the potentially lethal disease, following a recall by pharmaceutical company of 88 per cent of its stock.

Taliban shoot dead MORE polio aid workers in "revenge campaign" for fake vaccination ruse that helped capture Osama bin Laden

Taliban shoot dead THREE MORE polio aid workers in 'revenge campaign' for fake vaccination ruse that helped capture Osama bin Laden Horror killings follow earlier murders of five women across countryAid workers were giving polio jabs as part of 3-day vaccination driveTaliban claim the campaign to immunise children is a cover for U.S. spies | UPDATED: 19:01 GMT, 19 December 2012 Gunmen shot dead three more aid workers running a U.N.-backed polio vaccination campaign just a day after similar attacks across Pakistan murdered five female polio workers. The unprecedented killings are a major setback for a campaign that international health officials consider vital to contain the crippling disease but which Taliban insurgents say is a cover for espionage

Widower of woman who died within hours of eating a curry denies poisoning his wife

Widower of woman who died within hours of eating a curry 'after learning of his secret family in Pakistan' denies poisoning his wifeLurdes Lopes died at St Mary's hospital after complaining about toothacheCCTV footage from the day show 'suspicious' behaviour after she ate curryMrs Lopes had told friends her husband abused her and that he would kill her if she asked for a divorceHusband Sardar Khan was questioned by a coroner | UPDATED: 15:24 GMT, 18 December 2012 The husband of a woman who died hours after eating a curry, was forced to deny that he poisoned his wife's lunch during an inquest into her death. Lurdes Lopes, 35, who died last year shortly after arriving at a London hospital complaining about toothache, had acted 'suspiciously' following her re-heated curry lunch, CCTV footage from her workplace showed

Three boys aged 12 to 14 held in Pakistan "on their way to train as suicide bombers"

Three boys aged 12 to 14 held in Pakistan 'on their way to train as suicide bombers' The children and their alleged handler were caught by police following a tip-off | UPDATED: 19:02 GMT, 29 November 2012 Troubled region: Pakistani army soldiers in Waziristan, where the children were allegedly being taken for training Three young boys and a handler have been arrested in Pakistan after they were allegedly caught travelling to a suicide bomber training camp, it emerged today. The children – aged 12 to 14 – were being transported from Karachi to a city in north Waziristan, near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, when police arrested them following a tip-off. They were arrested on Tuesday as they boarded a bus in northwest Pakistan, according to CNN.