When the Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted in Iceland in April 2010, more than 100-thousand flights were grounded, Now, after 3,000 earthquakes in five days another Icelandic volcano - Bardarbunga - is showing signs of erupting.
Tear gas fired at protesters ahead of court verdict on election
Indonesian police fire tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters outside the country's top court in Jakarta, as judges deliver their verdict into last month's disputed presidential election. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A woman has spent the last 17-years amassing the world’s largest collection of Pokemon. Lisa Courtney has been collecting Pokemon since she was nine-years-old and now has over 16000 items. The 26-year-old from Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire has hundreds of trading cards, thousands of cuddly toys, models, t-shirts, badges, toys, flannels and posters. Lisa’s collection has grown so big her mother Sharon moved from the largest to the smallest bedroom in the house - to make way for the mammoth hoard of merchandise.
Videographer / Director: John Robertson, Producer: Amanda Stringfellow, Editor: Jack Stevens.
X Factor judge Kelly Rowland is seen here making her way through Los Angeles airport as she returned to the UK.
The star says she is unaware of Simon Cowell's ultimatum to return to the show within 48 hours or else she faces being replaced as a judge on the British version of the reality show.
The 30-year-old explains that she wasn't on last week's X Factor because she had a throat infection and that there is no drama behind the scenes on the singing competition.
X-Factor judge Louis Walsh says Cheryl Cole saga is not a publicity stunt
Louis Walsh says that Simon Cowell put his neck on the block to give Cheryl Cole a chance in the US and the ongoing saga over her sacking is not a publicity stunt. Louis was speaking as he left his hotel in Glasgow for the X-Factor auditions in Scotland with new judges Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos.