Friend who ran from Lawrence murder says police should DROP the hunt for Stephen's killers and spend the money on other crimesDuwayne Brooks says money should be spent solving other murder cases The 19-year string of inquiries estimated to have cost up to 50million By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 08:56 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:56 GMT, 20 April 2013 Duwayne Brooks says that money should be spent investigating other murder cases The friend of murdered Stephen Lawrence, who managed to escape a gang of youths after they stabbed the A Level pupil, says that the hunt for the killers should be dropped. Duwayne Brooks, 38, who fled after a gang of racist thugs began attacking him and Stephen, says that it is time for police to abandon their search for the three other killers after two of the yobs were jailed for life last year
Dogs really do have facial expressions which their owners can understand, study finds 100,000-year bond between canines and people explains connection By Nazia Parveen PUBLISHED: 17:18 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:32 GMT, 17 March 2013 Scientists believe humans have developed a natural empathy with dogs and can read their facial expressions We all know that guilty look on the dog’s face when he swipes a sausage from the kitchen work top. But it seems that’s not the only emotion we can recognise in our canine friends. Scientists believe humans have developed a natural empathy with dogs as we have evolved side-by-side for the past 100,000 years
Latin America is world’s happiest region… with Panama and Paraguay boasting the planet’s most cheerful people | UPDATED: 22:02 GMT, 20 December 2012 As the richest country in the world, you'd expect that Qatar would also be the happiest. And you'd also expect Japanese people to be extremely positive, seeing as though they have the highest life expectancy. But clearly wealth and good health do not guarantee happiness after both countries failed to make the top ten most positive countries
What are they thinking Our bodies, not faces, reveal the truth about how we feel | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 30 November 2012 If you find it hard to read someone’s emotions, the problem may be that you are staring them in the face. Research suggests that it is a person’s body that gives away what they are thinking, not their expression. When men and women were given photos of individuals and asked to judge the emotion shown, they did badly when just given head and shoulders shots.
Arguing parents can give a child teenage depression Children and teenagers who saw arguments were significantly likelier to have mental health problemsResearchers have now devised a test to identify those at risk of depression so children can be helped earlier | UPDATED: 00:38 GMT, 29 November 2012 Children who often see their parents having rows are at risk of depression, experts have warned.