But shadow cabinet member Baroness Chakrabarti says "personalising" the issue will not help.
US Africa Command and India are among those relocating personnel amid ongoing clashes near Tripoli.
Belle Curran won numerous bravery awards as she battled with rare Interstitial Lung Disease.
The number of foreign runners in the North Korean capital has doubled, but none are from the US.
The nation will mourn for 100 days - the time it took in 1994 for the slaughter of 800,000 people.
Kruger National Park says "very little" of the man's remains were left.
Beth Francis takes a dip in the cold sea for the 100th time today as she seeks a Migraine cure.
Victoria Azarenka reaches her first singles final in three years by defeating Angelique Kerber at the Monterrey Open.
Sebastian Vettel's fourth spin in 10 races shows he is struggling to handle the pressure and is panicking in the heat of battle, says Jolyon Palmer.
But Charlie Rowley says he "didn't really get any answers" after the meeting, arranged by a Sunday paper.
Fayez al-Serraj vows to defend Tripoli as rebel forces from the east advance on the capital.
The Abba stars mark the 20th anniversary of their hit stage show with a surprise turn at a London theatre.
Nick West built up his collection over 42 years but has to dispose of most to make space.
Nearly 1,000 reports of possible human trafficking were made by hand car wash users via an app.
Drab studio backdrops out and slick graphics in as Korean Central Television (KCTV) goes hi-tech for a day.
Emilia Fox uses the latest police technology to shine new light on the notorious Victorian murder case.
The UK may take part in the elections on 23 May.
After Justin Bieber's apology for his pregnancy prank, why is social media outrage so difficult for stars to avoid?
From warm dog food to cannabis - the curious odours that plague England's towns and cities.
Pictures of classic Pokemon cards turned into unique artworks which sell for hundreds of dollars.