Hillary Clinton to return to work next week in Washington but advised to avoid international travel

'Sounding terrific, upbeat and raring to go': Hillary Clinton to return to work next week in Washington but advised to avoid international travel Hillary Clinton, 65, left New York-Presbyterian Hospital looking relaxed with daughter Chelsea and husband Bill by her side on Wednesday After three days of treatment for blood clot in vein behind her ear, her medical team reports that she is making 'good progress on all fronts'Secretary Clinton was admitted to New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday after a follow-up exam found a blood clot in her headIs now recovering at family's Chappaqua home outside of ManhattanExpects to return to her Washington office next weekDoctors have advised her to avoid international travel for now attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya. 'She is committed to testifying, and we are working with the committees on an appropriate set of dates,' Nuland said

"Sounding terrific, upbeat and raring to go:" Hillary Clinton to return to work next week in Washington but advised to avoid international…

'Sounding terrific, upbeat and raring to go': Hillary Clinton to return to work next week in Washington but advised to avoid international travel Hillary Clinton, 65, left New York-Presbyterian Hospital looking relaxed with daughter Chelsea and husband Bill by her side on Wednesday After three days of treatment for blood clot in vein behind her ear, her medical team reports that she is making 'good progress on all fronts'Secretary Clinton was admitted to New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday after a follow-up exam found a blood clot in her headIs now recovering at family's Chappaqua home outside of ManhattanExpects to return to her Washington office next weekDoctors have advised her to avoid international travel for now attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya. 'She is committed to testifying, and we are working with the committees on an appropriate set of dates,' Nuland said

So much for this Olympic legacy: Fury at muddy state of park used for equestrian events that is still closed to public six months on

So much for this Olympic legacy: Fury at muddy state of park used for equestrian events that is still closed to public six months on Around 45 acres of Greenwich Park remain a muddy quagmireThey are not likely to be reopened to the public until the summer Locog blamed for not re-laying grass before the onset of Winter | UPDATED: 23:35 GMT, 26 December 2012 Olympic organsiers have come under fire over the condition of site used for the temporary equestrian centre, which remains a muddy quagmire and closed to the public six months after the end of the games. Queen's field in Greenwich Park was transformed into a spectacular venue for the equestrian events which saw thousands of spectators cheering Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic teams to victory

The "murder and mayhem" squad: Shocking new revelations by former undercover soldier who carried out "shoot first, ask questions…

The 'murder and mayhem' squad: Shocking new revelations by former undercover soldier who carried out 'shoot first, ask questions later' attacks on IRA terrorists for the British Army Former British soldier says unit carried out secret campaign against the IRASays controversial shootings were carried out by the Military Reaction ForceHis accounts are being studied by Historical Enquiries Team | UPDATED: 22:27 GMT, 22 December 2012 A former British soldier who belonged to an undercover unit in Northern Ireland has claimed he and his colleagues resorted to ‘murder and mayhem’ during a secret campaign against the IRA. Simon Cursey was a member of a 30-man team which would ‘shoot first and ask questions later’

Girl nearly goes blind after inadvertently eating parasite in dog mess that travelled from her stomach to her EYEBALL

Girl nearly goes blind after parasite in dog mess that travelled from her stomach to her EYEBALL Millie Knight ingested the parasite spread by animal faeces Called Toxocara, it can contaminate the soil in gardens, parks and even playgroundsIt lay dormant for several years before almost blinding her in her left eye in just three weeks But she has refused to let her partial sight stand in her way and hopes to ski for the GB Winter Paralympics team | UPDATED: 17:34 GMT, 4 December 2012 When Susan Knight noticed her baby daughter had an irritation in one of her eyes, she assumed it was due to a pre-existing squint. But when Millie was three, surgeons correcting her eye condition noticed scarring on her right retina. After several trips to Great Ormond Street, Millie was diagnosed with the rare condition known as Toxocariasis – which she had caught after ingesting the eggs of the Roundworm parasite, Toxocara.