Incredible photographs reveal the primitive equipment deadly Allied snipers were forced to work with during the harsh and unrelenting conditions of the Great War.Despite the primitive rifles employed, some even without optic sights, there are many great tales of supreme sharpshooting by Allied snipers - from Canadian Francis Pegahmaghbow was credited with 358 Germans while Australian Billy Sing accounted for as many as 200 Turkish soldiers on Gallipoli.Commuters in the North of England faced frosty conditions on their way to work this morning as Cumbria, Northumberland and North Yorkshire were hit by a Met Office weather warnings for ice and snow.
ISIS are reportedly working on smuggling explosives on to planes by hiding them in electronics, according to intelligence gathered during a raid against al Qaeda in January that killed Navy officer William Owens.
Shocking dashcam footage shows the moment Scania vehicle crashed into the family on the A55 dual carriageway at Rhuallt Hill in North Wales.
He said: 'I don't really care how history assesses me.
Historians, many of them come from different political perspectives, will do that and I leave it to them and to the judgement of people'.
Toilets were flooded and debris was left strewn around a function room (left) at the exclusive Stapleford Abbots Golf Club (centre) near Brentwood in Essex.