Rihanna and Chris Brown are allegedly planning to get married in Barbados this (northern hemisphere) summer.
Ronnie Biggs, the former fugitive who helped stage Britain’s “Great Train Robbery” in 1963, has been released from prison, marking the end of a criminal saga that has played out over 40 years and across four continents. Biggs and 14 other men robbed a Royal Mail train of 2.6 million pounds
Britain’s most celebrated fugitive — "the last of the gentlemen crooks," as he liked to describe himself — was born Ronald Arthur Biggs in Lambeth, south London, on August 8, 1929. The youngest of five children, his criminal career began at the age of 15 when he was arrested for stealing pencils from a local shop.
A pea-sized seahorse, the world’s longest insect, a "ghost slug" and the world’s smallest snake were among the top 10 species discovered in 2008, a committee of scientists said Friday.