Forget fry-ups for a hangover: NOODLE SOUP is the best cure for the morning after the night before

Forget fry-ups for a hangover: NOODLE SOUP is the best cure for the morning after the night beforeTraditionally a greasy breakfast and a sugary drink were thought to banish post-booze headacheBut a simple Asian broth is in fact a much better option, according to experts By Rachel Reilly PUBLISHED: 18:13 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 20:33 GMT, 9 April 2013 On that painful morning after the night before, there is often nothing more tempting than a bacon sandwich.

How many more wasted lives? Tom Wroe: Dead at 18, murdered by one of the Afghan police Britain is trying to train

Afghan recruit had begged for help, claiming he had hurt his foot on a patrol He shot the two soldiers with an assault rifle as they went to offer first aidPte Wroe and Sgt Thursby were from 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire RegimentFresh claims that the gunman was related to a Taliban leader

New Zealand infantry performs Maori haka in spine-tingling farewell to fallen comrades

New Zealand infantry performs Maori haka in spine-tingling farewell to fallen comradesVideo of moving tribute goes viral after being released by NZ Defence ForceShows 200 soldiers performing ancestral war cry at funeral in ChristchurchCorporal Luke Tamatea, Lance Corporal Jacinda Baker and Private Richard Harris were killed by roadside bomb in AfghanistanHaka illustrated men”s “outpouring of emotion”, says NZ army spokesman

Cowboy lessons help wounded soldiers on road to recovery

Cowboy lessons help wounded soldiers overcome the physical and mental toll of war Servicemen and women learn how to ride Western style, as well as how to herd on a rangeCourse boosts confidence and gives soldiers the time to think about their futures | UPDATED: 11:01 GMT, 20 August 2012 A horse riding charity is helping wounded British soldiers to cope with their injuries – by teaching them cowboy skills.