CONVICTED serial killer Colin Norris may be the victim of a miscarriage of justice, according to a BBC Scotland documentary, due to be broadcast tonight.
Glasgow-born Norris, 35, was dubbed the "Angel of Death" after he was found guilty of poisoning with insulin five elderly patients in his care at Leeds General Infirmary, murdering four of them.
Libyan forces close in on rebels Libyan military forces have made a series of sweeping gains against the armed insurgency of pro-Western rebel forces, and are expected to force the rebels to retreat from their stronghold in the eastern city of Benghazi later this week.
Byelorussians not to leave calm Libya According to Byelorussia's TUT.By, many Byelorussian citizens working in Libya before the start of riots are not going to leave the country. The situation in Tripoli and Ghadames is normal, with the shops, schools, and communications functioning normally.
al-Gaddafi refuses to give in to rebels Leader of the Libyan Revolution Muammar al-Gaddafi this week refused to give-in to calls from oppositionist groups calling for an end to his leadership, insisting that he would remain in power and die in the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya as a 'martyr.'
Iran predicts unrest to spread to Europe, N. America and Beyond In response to Western criticism over the Islamic Revolutionary government's response to put down oppositionist riots and protests earlier this month, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad indicated that the "wave" of unrest would not spare Europe, North America and the Western world.