Friday, 2nd January 2015

World News

Buckingham Palace: Sex claim against Prince Andrew "categorically untrue" (CBS News)

Russias Red Army Choir shows off pop sensibilities (CBS News)

The horrific moment a group of six women kicks, punches and shaves the head of a teen girl in terrifying Christmas Eve attack... then BRAG about it online (Daily Mail)

Mystery of the Midsomer Murderer: It was a savage killing that baffled police. A middle-class mother bludgeoned to death in her bed in an idyllic village. One year on, ALL local men are to be DNA tested (Daily Mail)

Suspected drink-driver crashed car into front of POLICE STATION (Daily Express)

Indian policemen on run after 'abducting girl and gang raping her at police station' (Daily Mail)

Drunk driver crashes his Ford Fiesta into Frodsham police station (Daily Mail)

Fat below the skin 'helps protect against bacterial infections and blood poisoning' (Daily Mail)

AirAsia Recovery Mission Speeds Up (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Germany anti-Islam protests: Cologne Cathedral to switch of lights in protest against Pegida (Independent)

Buckingham Palace Denies Sex Claim Against Prince Andrew (Time Magazine)

India Says Men on Pakistani Boat Set Off Explosion in Arabian Sea (New York Times - Paywall)

Crash victim, 29, set to become first in the UK to have a BONE transplant (Daily Mail)

Obama adds new sanctions against North Korea in wake of Sony hack (Los Angeles Times)

Swedes rally in support of Muslims after arson attacks against mosques (Fox News)

Obese dachshund Dennis sheds 43 POUNDS after a year of dieting (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Christian clergy are fighting against Germany's anti-Islam protests (Washington Post - Paywall)

AirAsia sea search finds more bodies (BBC)

Asylum seekers refuse to get off bus after arriving for housing at Swedish village (Daily Mail)

Harrowing ordeal of teenage Cambodian brides tricked into slavery and rape in China (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Indian police hold anti-terror drill where fake militants chanted Long live Islam' (Washington Post - Paywall)

AirAsia flight attendant going home (CNN)

Tiger selfie bans and rape kit rules among new laws for 2015 (Russia Today)

White House announces sanctions against N. Korea (Russia Today)

What killed the Maya? (CNN)

Indian police officers 'kidnap and rape teenage girl at police station' (Independent)

AirAsia QZ8501 search team say they have located 30 bodies of victims (Daily Mail)

Eye Closer: Search for AirAsia Flight 8501 (CBS News)

Thousands dive into 2015 with Polar Bear Plunge (CBS News)

Obama authorises more sanctions against North Korea in Sony hack (Reuters)

Sony Pictures hack: President Obama authorises new sanctions against North Korea (Independent)

Police Chief Said he Shot Wife Moving Gun in Bed (Time Magazine)

Photos of the Week, Dec. 27, 2014 - Jan. 2, 2015 (CBS News)

Smugglers abandon migrant ship off Italy in new tactic to force rescue (Guardian)

Teens arrested on suspicion of murder after man found unconscious in Blackpool dies (Daily Mail)

U.N. Official Says Ebola Can Be Beat in 2015 (Time Magazine)

Yorkshire drug dealer crashed Ford then hid in loft leading police to his stash (Daily Mail)

Bodies of elderly couple found under mattress after father and son shoot-out with police (Independent)

Tributes to 'lovely' builder killed in unprovoked New Year knife and axe attack outside Devon village pub (Daily Mail)

Authorities come under fire for Shanghai's New Year stampede (Independent)

AirAsia search teams find more bodies in sea (Independent)

Sex claim against UK royal denied (CNN)

New laws taking effect in 2015 (CBS News)

People to Watch in 2015 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Sweden protest against mosque fires (BBC)

6 Things We're Glad Back to the Future Got Wrong About 2015 (Time Magazine)

Fourth victim of killer batch of Superman ecstasy pills named as police launch amnesty to catch the drug dealers (Daily Mail)

Boy nearly killed by Ibuprofen is going BLIND (Daily Mail)

230 Scots face bankruptcy each week in 2015 insolvency expert (Russia Today)

New Year Presents Key Tests for Putin (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Crews find more AirAsia Flight 8501 victims as black box search continues (CBS News)

Millions face snow, rain and cold as 2015 begins (CBS News)

India says Pakistani boat exploded off coast (ALJAZEERA)

This Morning from CBS News, Jan. 2, 2015 (CBS News)

More than 100,000 killed in Middle East (Financial Times - Paywall)

Police offer ecstasy amnesty as fourth man dies from 'Superman pills' (Daily Star)

China Faces Tough Adjustments (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Man City Women sign England's Stokes (BBC)

US launches 23 air strikes against Isis in Syria and Iraq (Guardian)

Israel Police Say Settlers Attack U.S. Officials (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Search teams battle rough weather in hunt for AirAsia wreck (Reuters)

Britain's food industry now feeds the world (Daily Mail)

Four hurt as plane blown off runway (BBC)

MoneyWatch: Auto industry issues more recalls; the International Consumer Electronics show kicks off in Las Vegas (CBS News)

Keira Knightley wraps up her baby bump for romantic New Year stroll with husband James (Daily Express)

AirAsia flight QZ8501: 30 bodies recovered video (Guardian)

Israeli settlers stone U.S. diplomatic cars - police (Reuters)

Shanghai stampede (CNN)

AirAsia flight QZ8501 rescue teams recover more bodies from Java Sea (Guardian)

Unilever, P&G Tweak Formulas, Prices for Developing World (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Top 10 London Art Exhibitions to See in 2015 (Huffington Post)

Thinking Of Having An Affair? Apparently 5 January Is The Day To Do So (We Advise Against It) (Huffington Post)

In Moments, New Year's Revelry Became Fatal Crush in Shanghai (New York Times - Paywall)

Indian police arrest 3 for gang raping young Japanese research scholar (Fox News)

Ukraine reports first military death of 2015 (Reuters)

Man stunned to discover image of JESUS on rock while digging a Halle-LOO-yah outside (Daily Express)

Plane BLOWN OFF runway as it tries to take off in high winds in Scotland (Daily Mail)

GM Starts 2015 With 3 Safety Recalls (Time Magazine)

Texting driver who killed solicitor's clerk in crash while checking his phone after night of drinking is jailed for six years (Daily Mail)

Will climate change kill off Pinot Noir? (Daily Mail)

Polar bear plunge: Thousands in Europe, N. America take freezing New Year dive (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Harry Reid's Bad Year Just Got a Little Worse (Time Magazine)

Indian Officials Seek 2 Police Officers Accused of Raping Girl, 14 (New York Times - Paywall)

Technology predictions fly into 2015 (BBC)

Who is Jeffrey Epstein? A study of the man linked to worlds of celebrity, politics - and royalty (Independent)

30 Bodies Found So Far in AirAsia Crash (Time Magazine)

AirAsia flight search: 30 victims' bodies recovered, some of them belted into seats (Russia Today)

Year In Review 2014: The Best Of HuffPost UK's Front Page Splashes (Huffington Post)

Opponent of Nicaragua canal says he was badly beaten by police (Guardian)

30 Bodies Recovered Amid Search for AirAsia Plane (New York Times - Paywall)

Obama kicks off 2015 with snorkeling, shave ice (Daily Mail)

Pakistani boat laden with explosives blows up off Indian coast, India says (Reuters)

Seven killed in clashes between Yemen's army and tribesmen- local officials (Reuters)

In Shanghai Stampede, Bottleneck and Unexplained Commotion (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Best flight delay ever! Passengers hit by 22-hour wait to return to UK get to see in New Year on beach in Mexico (Daily Mail)

AirAsia flight QZ8501: Experts claim pilot may have landed plane intact in the sea as search for black boxes continues (Independent)

AirAsia crash: international team arrives to bolster search for black boxes (Guardian)

In response to disaster, AirAsia and its effusive founder give lesson in managing crisis (Fox News)

Greece: Husband, wife and their child are killed in a knife attack, suspect is hospitalized (Fox News)

Number of rapes reported in Delhi up by a third in a year (Guardian)

AirAsia flight QZ8501: Plane returns in pieces as agony for families continues (Daily Star)

Stratospheric earnings: Goldman Sachs paid senior UK staff top bonuses in 2013 (Russia Today)

Homesick Vietnamese man went on wrecking spree in Apple store to get deported, court heard (Daily Express)

Twitter Won't Let It Go After Idina Menzel's Frozen Performance on New Year's Eve (Time Magazine)

Poland to search for ORP Orzel, the WWII submarine that disappeared in North Sea in 1940 (Fox News)

Princess Cristina of Spain appeals against tax fraud charges (Guardian)

AirAsia search focuses on seabed (BBC)

Watch This Man Solve the World's Hardest Rubik's Cube Very Quickly (Time Magazine)

VIDEO: China province where 'walls have ears' (BBC)

New Year Brings Eurozone Closer to a Lost Decade (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

ISIS fighters 'have contracted Ebola': World Health Organisation investigating reports that Islamist militants with the disease showed up at Iraqi hospital (Daily Mail)

AirAsia jet may have made safe landing on sea before sinking, experts says (Fox News)

Turkish leftist group claims responsibility for Istanbul police attack (Reuters)

Norfolk Man Pays £300 For His Constipated Goldfish To Have Lifesaving Surgery (Huffington Post)

Body found after new year night out (BBC)

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 'Could Have Made Perfect Emergency Landing Only To Stink In Storm' (Huffington Post)

Six things to consider before buying a home in 2015 - and what will happen to house prices (Daily Mail)

AirAsia crash: Weather hits search as first victim buried (CNN)

Warning to British holidaymakers in Gambia after president claims capital targeted by 'terrorist groups' backed by dissidents in UK (Daily Mail)

Odessa Police Get Help From Skateboarding Dog To Break Up Protests In Ukraine (Huffington Post)

Florida man charged with decapitating mother over chores on NYE (Russia Today)

Man glassed in face in bar attack (BBC)

Dog jumps into car and savages girl and police refuse to investigate (Daily Mail)

At least seven killed in al Shabaab attack at Somali military base (Reuters)

Turkish governor 'bans' elevators in public buildings in fight against obesity (Independent)

Day in pictures: 2 January 2015 (BBC)

Week in pictures: 27 December 2014 - 2 January 2015 (BBC)

Timeline of deadly New Year's Eve stampede in Shanghai (Fox News)

Cologne cathedral to switch off lights in protest at anti-Muslim march (Guardian)

AirAsia searchers reportedly spot tail of jet; 30 bodies recovered (Los Angeles Times)

'No freedom of speech' Katie Hopkins rants after police probe into 'sweaty jock' tweet (Daily Express)

GCHQ could offer 'Spooks First' to high-flying tech graduates to work as spies before going off to make their millions (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Plane 'blown off Stornoway runway' (BBC)

Security Questioned After China Stampede (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

15 Things Turning 20 in 2015 (Time Magazine)

AirAsia Search Steps Up as Weather Eases (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

What Guardian US arts critics are most looking forward to in 2015 (Guardian)

Katie Price Can't Resist Mentioning Her Unfaithful Friends As She Spends New Year's Eve With Husband Kieran Hayler (Huffington Post)

Tributes paid to builder killed in 'unprovoked' New Year's Day axe attack at village pub (Daily Express)

Capitol Hill burning down and Big Ben collapsing under a bomb attack: The sick pictures that show fantasy world of Islamic State (Daily Mail)

China demands answers after stampede in financial hub Shanghai (Reuters)

Police Warning As 'Dangerous Batch Of Pills' Kills Three In Suffolk (Huffington Post)

This is how Berlin celebrates New Year's Eve (Independent)

'Drink-driver' hits police station (BBC)

Florida man decapitates mother (BBC)

Abducted albino four-year-old is feared to have been killed so her body parts can be used in witch doctor's potions in Tanzania (Daily Mail)

Police investigate body on beach (BBC)

Euro falls to 4-1/2 year dollar low after European Central Bank president hints at stimulus (Fox News)

2014 deadliest year in Iraq for civilians since 2006-7 bloodshed - U.N. (Reuters)

New coffee machines must cut off automatically, say EU (Daily Mail)

Some AirAsia victims found strapped to their seats (CBS News)

Euro Starts New Year at New Low (New York Times - Paywall)

Ride a Spitfire: World War Two fighter plane converted to two-seater for paying passengers (Daily Express)

Migrant domestic workers in Lebanon to protect rights by forming union, a first in Arab world (Fox News)

VIDEO: AirAsia 'black box' search continues (BBC)

Seven more bodies found as search for missing AirAsia plane now focuses on sea bed (Daily Express)

The Atkins, Paleo and Cabbage Soup diets are out in 2015 (Daily Mail)

EastEnders' Spoiler: Who Killed Lucy Beale? Reveal Date Confirmed (Huffington Post)

China Removes Diplomat in Graft Probe (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

International teams bolster AirAsia search (Financial Times - Paywall)

AirAsia Flight QZ8501: 20 bodies recovered from crash site, Indonesian officials claims (Independent)

UK manufacturing growth 'slows' (BBC)

Madrid's Atocha evacuated after false bomb threat - police (Reuters)

2 injured as a plane is blown off the runway on a wind-swept Scottish island (Fox News)

Two people injured after plane veers off runway at Stornoway Airport (Daily Express)

Sterling's roller coaster ride to continue in 2015 but will it rise or fall against the euro and dollar? (Daily Mail)

Florida man Christian Gomez beheaded mum with an axe on New Year's Eve (Independent)

Payday lender crackdown kicks off to protect customers from unscrupulous practices and spiralling fees (Daily Mail)

Man arrested after he beheaded his 'nagging' mother, according to police (Daily Express)

'Suicide bomber' at Madrid's Atocha train station arrested by police (Independent)

Madrid 'bomb' scare: Man arrested at Atocha train station after false threat (Independent)

VIDEO: Search for a better life down under (BBC)

Police evacuate Madrid's Atocha station after hoax bomb threat, man arrested (Fox News)

Here In Our #TodayWeTried Series, The HuffPost UK Team Try One New Thing A Day (Huffington Post)

Authorities blamed for Shanghai stampede (Financial Times - Paywall)

China anti-graft drive snares diplomat (Financial Times - Paywall)

Police arrest 'suicide bomber' after Atocha train station in Madrid evacuated (Russia Today)

Second migrant ship Ezadeen adrift off the Italian coast with 400 on board (Independent)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Friday 2nd January 2015 (Huffington Post)

AirAsia plane 'dropped vertically into sea after climbing steeply to avoid storm' (Daily Express)

The holidays hotspots where A-listers rang in the New Year (Daily Mail)

Bad Weather Is Hampering the Recovery of AirAsia Bodies (Time Magazine)

Syrian Civil War Killed At Least 76,021 In 2014, Syrian Observatory For Human Rights Reports (Huffington Post)

Ukrainian police employ skateboarding DOG to help break up demonstrations in Odessa (Daily Mail)

NHS hospitals and surgeries call police 175 times a day - and alcohol is the biggest cause, say officers (Daily Mail)

Did AirAsia pilot land passenger plane on the surface of the sea? (Daily Mail)

Florida man Dean Parker joins the Kurds to fight ISIS in Syria (Daily Mail)

China sacks senior diplomat for alleged corruption (Guardian)

2015: Predicting an eventful year (CNN)

New Year's Eve shooting kills one and injures several others at Calgary house party (Independent)

Charred ferry reaches Italy after overnight tow, search to start for any more victims (Fox News)

As we debate assisted suicide a dispatch from Holland where thousands choose to die each year (Daily Mail)

Asian shares start new year higher (BBC)

Christian Community Hit Hard by AirAsia Crash (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

15 'Off-The-Beaten-Track' Places To Travel To In 2015 (Huffington Post)

10 'Off-The-Beaten-Track' Places To Travel To In 2015 (Huffington Post)

2015 General Election Campaign Officially On As Tories Release First Advert - But Is It Misleading? (Huffington Post)

Families of stampede victims in Shanghai grieve for loved one, seek answers (Fox News)

The 7-year itch: Europe's elite face judgment in 2015 (Russia Today)

More bodies of AirAsia Flight 8501 victims found, but most wreckage remains elusive (Fox News)

'They don't call you spider muncher for nothing': Man stuns partygoers by drowning huge huntsman in his glass of beer... before EATING it whole (Daily Mail)

Scene of AirAsia victim's burial reveals family's deep loss: Close relatives were also aboard (Fox News)

Afghanistan says team sent to investigate after army fire killed at least 28 people at wedding (Fox News)

First AirAsia victim is buried as officials vow 'all out effort' to recover bodies (Daily Mail)

Shanghai Seeks Answers After the New Year's Eve Disaster (Time Magazine)

Searchers recover 7 more bodies from AirAsia crash site in Java Sea; 16 found so far (Fox News)

Chinese government criticised over stampede (ALJAZEERA)

China diplomat in corruption probe (BBC)

VIDEO: Migrant ship drifting off Italy (BBC)

President Obama Gets Some Shave Ice' in First Outing of 2015 (Time Magazine)

Hangover Bus' in Manhattan saves the 1st day of 2015 (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Search for climbers missing on New Zealand's Mt Cook 'not abandoned' (Guardian)

No more tiger selfies: The strangest new laws for 2015 (CBS News)

The year 2014 in vital statistics (BBC)

Canada police searching for suspects in New Year's Eve party shooting that killed 1, injured 6 (Fox News)

Shanghai vertigo, street mugging & running with bulls: 2014 in most gripping GoPro videos (Russia Today)

Divers to plunge into Java Sea as part of AirAsia recovery effort (Los Angeles Times)

Bad Weather Hampers AirAsia Recovery (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Boys of seven accused of rape as porn takes its toll: Nearly 1,000 children questioned by police in Manchester but never prosecuted because of their age (Daily Mail)

Queensland police shootings linked to patrolling in groups, says former whistleblower (Guardian)

More Than 76,000 Killed in Syria in 2014, Making it the Deadliest Year Yet (Time Magazine)

Riot police disperse anti-govt rally in Bahraini capital (PHOTOS) (Russia Today)

Police chief shoots wife (CNN)

Massachusetts Police Officer Runs Over and Kills College Student Lying in Road (Time Magazine)

Calendar of Important Dates in 2015 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

What to Watch for on the Economy in 2015 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Sheriff's Office: Florida Man Decapitates His Mother (Time Magazine)

MBE for the man who put island of 267 on the map: Ambassador for world's most remote territory recognised in New Year Honours list (Daily Mail)

Terror trial of Brit accused of plotting attack on UK and U.S. to consider documents seized from Bin Laden's Pakistan hideout (Daily Mail)

Uncrewed migrant ship loses power off Italy (ALJAZEERA)

'Peace is always possible': Pope Francis begs the world for an end to all wars in his New Year wish (Daily Mail)

Rail commuter delayed more than 60 times in a year claims back £1,000 (Daily Mail)

Deadliest year in Iraq since 2007 (ALJAZEERA)

470 banks vanish from High Street in year as rate of closures doubles (Daily Mail)

World Briefing: The Philippines: Blaze Destroys a Slum (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Nigeria: 8 Wounded in Church Bombing (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: France: Hundreds of Cars Set on Fire (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Kenya: Soldiers Ambushed by Gunmen (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Iraq: Civilian Deaths Increase in 2014 (New York Times - Paywall)

The tricks psychologists say will make your resolution stick in 2015 (Daily Mail)

China Official Manufacturing PMI Falls (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

China leader seeks Shanghai answers (BBC)

12% fewer cars torched in France on 2015 New Year (PHOTOS, VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Web Freedom Is Seen to Be Growing as a Global Issue in 2015 (New York Times - Paywall)

Global economy on the up in 2015 (BBC)

France reports 12% fall in number of cars torched on New Year's Eve (Guardian)

Pictured: Mother, 86, and son, 61, who died in tragic New Year's Eve house fire despite the desperate attempts of neighbours to save them (Daily Mail)

First baby of year born after two minutes (Daily Express)

Mixed fortunes for nation's wildlife in topsy-turvy year (Daily Express)

2015 begins with a splash after busy Hogmanay (Daily Express)

2015 sees the Queen breaking records and all eyes on the next royal birth (Daily Express)

Doomed AirAsia plane was 'thrust into the sea by a giant hand' (Daily Star)

Ebola hits Islamic State terror nuts - and they've killed off all the doctors (Daily Star)

EU nanny-state' rules again over our gadgets: Now Brussels tells us when to turn off TV (Daily Express)

Tragedy as man is killed in 'fireball' early on New Year's Day (Daily Star)

Equality campaigner: Muslim schools encourage 'racial segregation' in UK (Daily Star)

41 members of AirAsia flight were from the SAME church (Daily Mail)

China Facing Sluggish Start for New Year (New York Times - Paywall)

How thousands around the UK enjoyed their New Year celebrations (Daily Mail)

Rich Kids of Instagram post their party pics from New Year's Eve (Daily Mail)

Shanghai New Year's stampede kills dozens (ALJAZEERA)

Second migrant ship seen off Italy (BBC)

Cyclist aims for 120K km -- this year (CNN)

One dead, six others shot at Calgary new year party (Guardian)

Three men dead and a fourth fighting for life as police warn of rogue batch of ecstasy (Daily Mail)

AirAsia flight QZ8501: Aircraft's behaviour before crash was 'on the edge of logic', according to expert (Independent)

AirAsia flight QZ8501: Aircraft's behaviour before crash 'on the edge of logic', according to expert (Independent)

Raiders hold-up The Fat Pizza in Essex before making off with safe containing 99p (Daily Mail)

Britain welcomes the first babies of 2015 (Daily Express)

Relatives pray for victims of Shanghai New Year's Eve stampede (Daily Mail)

First Romanian to arrive in Britain a year ago warns fellow countrymen not to join him (Daily Mail)

Relatives search for survivors of New Year's Eve stampede in Shanghai (Washington Post - Paywall)

Money Saving Expert's Tickety Split could save YOU thousands of pounds a year (Daily Mail)

U.S.-led coalition strikes ISIS on New Years Eve (CBS News)

Happy New Year from the 'baddest granny on Instagram' (Daily Mail)

Ukraine says rebels keep up attacks into New Year (Reuters)

France new year car-burning falls (BBC)

Ebola outbreak: New Year holiday brings respite for Liberia in fight against disease (Independent)

Cuban police detain protesters outside prison, dissidents say (Reuters)

Death from cancer the best': UK doctor under fire over calls not to waste' money on tumors cure (Russia Today)

Canada police: 7 shot at New Year's Eve party in Calgary, 2 are in life-threatening condition (Fox News)

Russell Brand as PM, a bankrupt Russia and Kim K 'retires' - how sees 2015 (Daily Express)

First AirAsia victim laid to rest (BBC)

First funeral held for AirAsia crash victim (ALJAZEERA)

VIDEO: UK artists fill album chart list (BBC)

Families Clamor for Answers After 36 Die in Shanghai Stampede (Time Magazine)

REVIEW: Selma: The Film of the Year But 1965 or 2014? (Time Magazine)

Main wreckage from AirAsia flight 8501 remains elusive (CBS News)

FEMAIL has the lowdown on the trends you need to know about for 2015 (Daily Mail)

Weather stalls search for AirAsia black boxes; first victim buried (Reuters)

Six STABBED at New Years Eve party three arrested (Daily Star)

UK church exhumes bodies to build vicar's house (Russia Today)

Baildon man loses battle with lung cancer hours before he was due to marry (Daily Mail)

Xi orders probe after Shanghai stampede (Financial Times - Paywall)

Kathy Taylor: Mother who declined cancer treatment to try and save baby dies on New Year's Eve (Independent)

Nightclub nightmare as SIX are STABBED during Belfry New Year celebrations (Daily Express)

China New Year's Eve crush: Police seek to identify victims of stampede (Independent)

China New Year's Eve crush: Police seek to identify victims of Shanghai stampede (Independent)

VIDEO: Crowds join London's New Year parade (BBC)

US launches TWENTY NINE air strikes over Syria and Iraq in blitz against ISIS (Daily Mail)

Turkish Police Thwart Attack on Prime Minister's Office in Istanbul (New York Times - Paywall)

Lithuania joins Eurozone despite 40% of population being against (Russia Today)

French nurse shoots dead ex-girlfriend and TWO others at New Year's Eve party (Daily Mail)

British woman helps man on death row 'travel the world' with Photoshop (Daily Mail)

2014 Was Deadliest Year Yet in Syrian Civil War, Monitors Say (New York Times - Paywall)

20 wedding guests killed and more wounded by mortar rounds fired by Afghanistan army (Daily Mail)

Rise in sexual abuse of hospital patients as police figures show 1,600 attacks in three years (Daily Mail)

Police urge people to come forward as deadly ecstasy batch kills THREE in Suffolk (Daily Express)

New Year's Eve stampede leaves shock and confusion in Shanghai (Guardian)

Man Killed In Knife And Axe Attack In Tatmerton Foliot, Devon (Huffington Post)

Is the world now more deadly? (CNN)

Police hunt for gunman after man is shot dead in Burwell, Cambridgeshire (Daily Mail)

Who To Follow On Twitter In 2015 (Huffington Post)

Indian soldiers killed in Kashmir (CNN)

Wakefield police hunt for female burglar after she was released from prison by staff (Daily Mail)

940 cars set alight around France as reveler see in the New Year (Fox News)

2015 Technology Predictions - What Does the Future Hold? (Huffington Post)

Man killed in Devon axe attack outside pub (Daily Mail)

Deadly New Year: Tragedies mar festivities around the world (Russia Today)

Taking the Plunge Into 2015 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

This Morning from CBS News, Jan. 1, 2015 (CBS News)

We rock! British acts fill the top 10 best-selling albums chart for a single year for the first time (Daily Mail)

After AirAsia and MH370 flight searches, one airline finds way to make its planes nearly disappearance-proof (Independent)

After AirAsia and MH370 flight searches, one airline finds a way to make its planes nearly disappearance-proof (Independent)

Man dies in 'axe and knife attack' (BBC)

Man with automatic weapon detained near Istanbul palace - media (Reuters)

AirAsia search a race "against time and weather" (CBS News)

Mother who refused cancer treatment while pregnant in a failed attempt to save the life of her unborn son dies on New Year's Eve (Daily Mail)

So What Have Politicians Done for the UK End FGM Campaign In 2014? (Huffington Post)

Two more bodies found in wreckage of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 (Daily Star)

AirAsia crash: pilot may have landed on sea's surface, experts say (Guardian)

What We Need In 2015 Is Less Hate (Huffington Post)

Syrian conflict has claimed 76,000 lives in deadliest year yet, say monitors (Guardian)

UK couple stranded in New York after their baby arrived 11 weeks early face potential £130,000 medical bill (Independent)

UK couple stranded in New York after baby arrived 11 weeks early face potential £130,000 medical bill (Independent)

New Year's Eve stampede kills 36 on Shanghai waterfront (Reuters)

See world's 2015 celebrations (CNN)

Taylor Swift rings in the New Year at Times Square (CBS News)

Spectacular start to 2015 (CNN)

Man arrested after throwing grenades, firing on Turkish President Erdogan's Istanbul office (Fox News)

Turkish man opens fire, throws grenade at president's office (Russia Today)

EU farce as British taxpayers hand over £1million EACH WEEK for children living outside UK (Daily Express)

US-led coalition launched 29 air strikes against Isis on New Year's Eve (Guardian)

20 People To Unfollow On Twitter In 2015 (Huffington Post)

Man dead after 'axe attack' in sleepy village pub (Daily Star)

Are the US and UK ready to raise interest rates? (BBC)

Goldman Sachs UK staff get top bonus (BBC)

It's not the 2015 of 'Back to the Future II' (CNN)

Nigel Farage Attacks Police Investigation Into Katie Hopkins' Ebola Tweets (Huffington Post)

Protesters mark New Year with 'Black Lives Matter' marches across US (Russia Today)

This is how New Year's Eve was celebrated in Syria (Channel4)

Gambia's president accuses 'terrorist groups' of coup attempt, soldiers search capital (Fox News)

New Year welcome for new babies (BBC)

Pope Francis uses new year mass to condemn slavery and human trafficking (Guardian)

Oliver Stone: Ukrainians are suffering from US 'ideological crusade' against Russia (Russia Today)

Stampede in Shanghai: Photos (CNN)

Syria's war killed 76,021 in 2014 - monitor (Reuters)

AirAsia crash victim Hayati Lutfiah Hamid first to be officially identified after search teams found name tag on her red uniform (Independent)

Oman Raises 2015 Spending Plan (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Could 2015 be year Europe unravels? (CNN)

2015 New Years Day around the globe (CBS News)

A&E departments pushed to breaking point by New Year's Eve (Daily Mail)

New year celebrations: Your pictures (BBC)

Scotland and a VERY sobering new law: Our man goes north of the border (Daily Mail)

Search for missing mum and baby (BBC)

NYC counts down to 2015 (CBS News)

VIDEO: 2014's medical milestone as man walks again (BBC)

Little Debris Found as Search for AirAsia Plane Continues (New York Times - Paywall)

Thirty six dead before clock strikes midnight in New Year's Eve stampede (Daily Star)

WorldViews: 15 ways things will get worse in 2015 (Washington Post - Paywall)

World welcomes 2015 with celebrations, prayer, hope (CBS News)

VIDEO: New Year fireworks around the globe (BBC)

The year in pictures (CNN)

The New Year Around the World (New York Times - Paywall)

Clear weather allows search for remnants of AirAsia plane to resume (CBS News)

Stand by for fascinating year in politics (BBC)

Storms frustrate AirAsia search (CBS News)

CNN legend signs off (CNN)

Britain set for FIVE MONTH arctic freeze as 2015 winter chill sets in (Daily Express)

Grim AirAsia search for bodies hampered by storms (Washington Post - Paywall)

Dozens Are Killed in Stampede in Shanghai (New York Times - Paywall)

Florida police engaged in sex sting entrapment scam - report (Russia Today)

Why I fear for liberty and justice in 2015 Britain, by DOMINIC SANDBROOK as the Magna Carta celebrates its 800th birthday (Daily Mail)

Dozens killed in Shanghai in New Years stampede (CBS News)

World Briefing: Gambia: President Says Palace Attack Was Conducted by Terrorist Groups' (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Italy: Storm Impedes Effort to Tow Ferry and See if There Are More Victims (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Italy: Hundreds of Migrants Rescued (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Ebola Still Spreading, W.H.O. Reports (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Afghanistan: Many Are Killed When Rocket Hits Wedding Party (New York Times - Paywall)

Moments after police warning, stampede at Shanghai gathering kills 36 (Los Angeles Times)

Magnificent New Year's fireworks welcome 2015 across the globe (VIDEOS) (Russia Today)

Dubai rings in New Year with massive fireworks display (CBS News)

New Years stampede in Shanghai leaves dozens dead (CBS News)

Lithuanians embrace Eurozone as shield against threats from Russia (Los Angeles Times)

China goes crazy for... (CNN)

Cameron urges 'right choice' in 2015 (BBC)

The New Year tradition with a dark history (BBC)

UK welcomes 2015 with a bang with breathtaking firework shows in London and Edinburgh (Daily Express)

Kathleen Danby freed after being jailed for hug reveals how she was bruised by police (Daily Mail)

£1billion UK aid goes to the world's most corrupt countries (Daily Mail)

Plymouth widow investigated by the police for 'stealing' her OWN cat Rambo (Daily Mail)

36 reported killed in Shanghai stampede (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: Surabaya vigil for AirAsia victims (BBC)

Experimental drug for UK Ebola nurse (BBC)

19 events worth traveling for in 2015 (CNN)

Uber offers tips on how to avoid surge pricing on New Year's Eve (Daily Mail)

Food trends of 2015 revealed (Daily Mail)

From President Obama's emotional embrace with an Ebola survivor to the First Lady's trip to China with her daughters: The White House releases best photos of 2014 (Daily Mail)

Lost AirAsia plane may have been intact before crash (Channel4)

WorldViews: Throw your furniture out the window, and other ways to ring in 2015 (Washington Post - Paywall)

VIDEO: A topsy turvy year in politics (BBC)

Eight people killed in 'senseless' Canada murder (Channel4)

AirAsia disaster's lasting impact (CNN)

AirAsia search-and-rescue effort becomes a recovery operation (Washington Post - Paywall)

100 things we didn't know last year (BBC)

America's economy: A happy new year (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

AirAsia jet: '40 bodies' and plane debris found in sea (Channel4)

Pictures of the Year: UK (BBC)

AirAsia mystery: another MH370? (Channel4)

Lost AirAsia flight presumed to be at bottom of the sea (Channel4)

10 dead after ferry blaze disaster off Greek coast (Channel4)

China restricts foreign shows (CNN)

What happened to missing AirAsia flight QZ8501? (Channel4)

Ten photos capture the UK in 2014 (BBC)

China assures care for boy with HIV (CNN)

Picture power: The masked man (BBC)

China dictates when you can sing anthem (CNN)

World Health Organisation: Too big to ail (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The fight against Ebola: Exorcising the ghostly fever (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The fight against Ebola: Donating the cure (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The war against Islamic State: In the crosshairs (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Banyan: The world is Xi's oyster (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Colombia's war: Picking up where they left off (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Air strikes against IS: Phantoms in deconflict (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Protesters, police spar in Hong Kong (CNN)

China: 15 killed in Xinjiang (CNN)

Data and development: Off the map (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Fossil-hunting: Bone China (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

China and Japan: Out of the deep freeze (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)