Robber left fighting for his life after Swedish police shoot him in the HEAD after armed robbery

Robber left fighting for his life after Swedish police shoot him in the head during armed heistFire exchange between police and armed robbers caught on cameraFour men with AK47 assault rifles robbed jewellery shop in Sweden One robber shot in the head by police left with life-threatening injuries By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 02:24 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 03:14 GMT, 6 January 2013 Swedish police left an armed robber fighting for his life after they shot him in the head during a dramatic lunchtime fire-exchange. The 26-year-old man and three accomplices armed with AK47 assault rifles robbed a small jewellery shop in a shopping centre – located just 200 metres (650 ft) from the police station

So whose dog did he bury? Pet owner"s shock after his missing dog returns home

So whose dog did he bury Pet owner's joy after his missing pet returns home … two days after he gave it a solemn send off Jimmy the border terrier went missing during a walk near EdinburghFive days later, owner Scott Walker was told a dog had been found dead Mr Walker and girlfriend Cathy Herse said their goodbyes and buried the dog But two days after that, Jimmy turned up in Fairmilehead | UPDATED: 18:03 GMT, 21 December 2012 A dog lover spoke of his amazement yesterday after he was reunited with the runaway pet he thought had died, two days after burying the wrong animal

Christmas rush begins in earnest with 3.8bn expected to be spent on high street"s big day

Christmas rush begins in earnest with 3.8bn expected to be spent on high street's big day Retailers are predicting a last-minute spending spree of 3.8billion tomorrow on the British high streetUnprecedented rush could see as much as 5billion spent over coming two days, according to British Retail Consortium The spree – combined with predicted heavy downpours – is expected to result in gridlock in town centres across the country | UPDATED: 19:51 GMT, 21 December 2012 Retailers are predicting the biggest high street shopping day in British history tomorrow with a last-minute spending spree of 3.8billion. The British Retail Consortium believes as much as 5billion could be spent over the coming two days in an unprecedented rush

Health inspectors found rotting rat corpse inside "popular" patisserie and raw sewage leaking into yard

Health inspectors found rotting rat corpse inside 'popular' patisserie and raw sewage leaking into yardBonne Bouche in central London was infested with rats, council officers foundA decaying rat corpse was found in the ceiling and droppings covered foodOwner fined 2,000 and ordered to pay 1,573 costs | UPDATED: 17:21 GMT, 13 December 2012 Health inspectors found raw sewage leaking into the yard of a rat-infested patisserie, a court heard. Bonne Bouche, a 'popular lunchtime destination', in Victoria, central London. was raided by Westminster City Council after complaints last year