Russian politician wanted for murder of Alexander Litvinenko marries student half his age "who didn"t know about the killing"

Russian politician wanted for murder of Alexander Litvinenko marries student half his age 'who didn't know about the killing' Andrei Lugovoy, 46, wed in a lavish ceremony to 23-year-old student Xenia Lugovoy is the chief suspect in the murder of Mr Litvinenko He said his bride had 'never heard' of the murdered agent By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 20:52 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:40 GMT, 26 April 2013 The Russian politician wanted for the murder of Alexander Litvinenko has married in a lavish ceremony to a young bride who had 'never heard' of the dead former KGB agent.

Winter wonderland: Stunning snow sculptures at China"s annual ice festival

These snow sculptures are brrrilliant! Ice cool art set to draw record crowds | UPDATED: 17:38 GMT, 24 December 2012 These beautiful ice sculptures create a real winter wonderland as they are painstakingly created from huge mounds of compressed snow for China's annual ice festival. After thousands of man hours in the making, the stunning sculptures are finally ready for the throngs of tourists at the annual Jingyue Snow World festival in Jingyuetan National Forest in China's Jilin Province.

Neil Bryson: Wife pleads with missing husband to come home for Christmas

Please come home for Christmas: Wife's desperate plea after mystery disappearance of husband, 50, leaves family devastated Janice Bryson, 49, pleads for missing husband Neil to return to family home in Scholes, West YorksNHS manager Neil vanished without trace four weeks agoCar found abandoned at Yateholme Resevoir Sons Harry, 24, and Jack, 20, devastated by his disappearance | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 24 December 2012 Plea: Mr Bryson's wife Janice, 49, and sons Jack, 20, and Harry, 24, are desperate for him to come home for Christmas He kissed his wife goodbye with the words ‘see you tonight’ before leaving for work at the usual time. But health manager Neil Bryson, 50, never made it to the office and vanished without trace. Almost four weeks later Mr Bryson’s disappearance remains a complete mystery

That"s one ice-cold climber! Fearless daredevil tackles 450ft-tall frozen waterfall

That's one ice-cold climber! Fearless daredevil tackles 450ft-tall frozen waterfall | UPDATED: 19:32 GMT, 23 December 2012 This is the terrifying moment a daredevil climber dices with death as he scales a gigantic frozen waterfall.

UK weather: Rivers are frozen solid… but they"ll be running again by the weekend

Rivers are frozen solid… but they'll be running again by the weekend as warmer weather (and the rain, unfortunately) returns Gale force winds will reach speeds of up to 60mph at exposed southern coasts and high groundSunny spells and rain will reach the UK by the weekendTemperatures expected to reach up to 11C tomorrow in the southThermometer will hover around 2C and 4C today for large parts of the country | UPDATED: 16:30 GMT, 13 December 2012 A thick sparkling frost coated much of the UK today, leaving many places cold but with a winter wonderland look.

Church bell silenced for first time in a century by one complaint will continue to chime after threat of legal action lifted

Church bell silenced for first time in a century by one complaint will continue to chime after threat of legal action lifted Bell which survived two world wars was chiming every quarter of an hourNewcomers complained that the chimes kept them awake at nightCouncil served church with 'noise abatement notice' but then complaint withdrawn by church goers Jonathan Apps and Tina Hallett Chimes now limited to sounding just hourly throughout the night | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 3 December 2012 A church bell which was silenced for the first time in a century following a complaint by village newcomers will continue to chime after a threat of legal action was lifted. The old bell, which survived two world wars, had been marking the passing of each quarter of an hour in the quaint 15th Century All Saints Church since being installed 100 years ago. But stunned clergy were served with a council 'noise abatement notice' – prohibiting the bell chiming between 11pm and 7am after a complaint from new residents.