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Five people have reportedly died after a Boeing cargo plane overshot the runway (top right) on takeoff just moments before crashing in a Colombia field (left and left inset) on Tuesday.
The plane, belonging to Colombian airliner Aerosucre crashed in Puerto Carreño, Colombia, and was carrying six people on board. The flight took off around 5.15pm local time and crashed a bout five miles from the airport.
First responders were seen working the scene of mangled wreckage (bottom right).
It is not yet known what caused the accident, but an investigation is ongoing.
At Winter Wonderland in London security bag checks that force hundreds to cram together in shuffling queues have simply created another tasty target for the bombers. She was impressed with them all - but who scored a perfect 10/10?
Mary Berry's recipe for Buche de Noel worked perfectly (main), while Joanne was very impressed with Nigella's Ham in Coca Cola (top right) for a Boxing Day feast.
The silhouette of a spinning dancer is playing tricks on people's visual perception and was once used to test individual's intelligence and which side of their brain was more dominate.
However, experts reveal that most will see the dancer rotate clockwise because we tend to have a viewpoint from above and an attentional bias towards the right side of the body.
He's been excitedly ripping open his Christmas presents already, according to his father, and today provided another round of festive excitement for Prince George as he joined his parents at the Queen's annual Christmas lunch.
Margot was seen wearing a boho-inspired gown - believed to have been Oscar De La Renta - which boasted floaty sleeves and fell loosely over her slender frame.
With her blonde hair loosely curled around her face, she looked every inch the blushing bride as she chatted to her young male relative.
Louise Eccles visited Greasby's, the biggest auction house in the country for lost luggage.
It auctions off 200 suitcases a month which major airlines at Heathrow, including British Airways, were unable to reunite with their owners.