Nelson Mandela undergoes successful operation to remove gallstones as he recovers from lung infection 94-year-old had previously been admitted to hospital with lung infection Wife Graca Machel told reporters husband had been 'fading'Spokesman said that Mr Mandela is now 'recovering' | UPDATED: 20:52 GMT, 15 December 2012 Recovering: Nelson Mandela is recovering from an operation to remove gallstones, carried out in a private clinic in Pretoria Nelson Mandela is recovering in hospital after having an operation to remove gallstones. The 94-year-old, who was South Africa's first black president, underwent the surgery at a private clinic in Pretoria. He had previously been hospitalised last Saturday, suffering from a lung infection
Mystery man may have lived in home where Lord Lucan's nanny was bludgeoned to death, BBC documentary claims Researchers have unearthed statement of conversation between Lucan's sister-in-law and his four-year-old daughter 'We have been very clear with the BBC that we do not agree with what they are saying and we do not believe their claims,' says sonMurder sparked the biggest manhunt in Scotland Yard's history | UPDATED: 11:54 GMT, 9 December 2012 Hunted: Lord Lucan disappeared the night his nanny was murdered A BBC documentary will claim a mystery man was living in the house where Lord Lucan's nanny was murdered. The man may have been the boyfriend of one of the women in the property at the time nanny Sandra Rivett was battered to death there in 1974
Feathers ripped from bird's backs and gaping wounds sewn up with no pain relief: The barbaric cost of your winter coat | UPDATED: 23:02 GMT, 28 November 2012 This winter, they’re the only thing to be seen in. Giorgio Armani and Ralph Lauren are selling designer versions, they’ve featured in glossy fashion magazines and they’re flying off the shelves in stores like Benetton, Marks & Spencer and Gap. The down jacket is currently experiencing astonishing popularity — but before you rush out and buy one, ask yourself this: how cruel is the coat For the Mail can reveal the dark side of the down industry, where hordes of birds — particularly geese — suffer horrifically to provide the filling for the latest fashion statement.
'They've lost their fear of humans': Gibraltar to get rid of HALF its 300-strong monkey colony Environment minister: 'They regard humans as a source of rich food'Grandmother was bitten while pushing her baby grandson in a pramGet Our Monkeys Back To Nature bid to teach people not to feed primates Scheme includes possible 'relocation of up to 120 monkeys to north Africa' | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 28 November 2012 Pest: Although friendly charming and inquisitive the wild Barbary Macaques are increasingly running riot through the towns streets Almost half of Gibraltar’s famous monkeys could be shipped off the Rock as they are considered 'fearless' of humans. Although friendly, charming and inquisitive, the wild Barbary Macaques are increasingly running riot through the town’s streets. ‘They’ve lost their fear of humans and regard them as a source of rich food,’ said Gibraltar’s Environment Minister Dr John Cortes.