Sydney terrorist plot: Bid to smuggle bomb through airport ...
By Ava Benny-Morrison, Rachel Olding
A Sydney-born terrorism plot to place a bomb on a passenger plane was dangerously close to being carried out before it was unwittingly thwarted at an airline check-in counter.
New details about the attempt to bring down the commercial flight out of Sydney provides a chilling insight into how close Islamic State-inspired terrorists allegedly came to executing the mass-casualty attack.
Fairfax Media understands an improvised device reached Sydney Airport's international terminal after a passenger packed it inside a piece of luggage.
Fire breaks out at North London tower block under a mile ...
By Alex Matthews For Mailonline
Firefighters tackling blaze at Waxham House - short drive from Chalcots Estate Dramatic clip shows smoke billowing from second story of block in north London About 4,000 people evacuated from Chalcots over flammable cladding fears.
A fire has broken out at a North London tower block under a mile away from an estate where thousands were evacuated over flammable cladding.
Crews of almost 60 firefighters are battling flames at Waxham House in Camden this evening Shocked residents were ordered to leave their homes for up to three weeks while 'urgent fire safety works' were carried out.
Manchester Arena blast: Mother confirms death of 'gorgeous' ...
After a day waiting for a phone call from her missing daughter, Charlotte Campbell learned the worst. She rang police , hospitals, hotels, but was told to wait. She took to Facebook and Twitter to share her daughter's photo and made impassioned pleas for help on television and radio.
But on Tuesday night Ms Campbell knew her 15-year-old daughter Olivia would never return home. Olivia was identified by her mother as one of the 22 victims of the suicide bombing at Manchester Arena, where US pop star Ariana Grande had played to nearly 20,000 people.
"RIP my darling precious gorgeous girl Olivia Campbell taken far far to soon go sing with the angels and keep smiling mummy loves you so much," Ms Campbell wrote on Facebook, before taking to Twitter to say, "RIP my beautiful princess Olivia Campbell. Gone far too soon & never will be forgotten. I love you."
The post attracted an enormous outpouring of grief and condolences. "So sorry for your loss, your daughter is absolutely beautiful. Prayers from the USA," Debra Sanders wrote.