The Luther actor popped the question on stage ahead of a screening of his latest film Yardie at Rio cinema.The freezing temperatures at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea are taking their toll on BBC presenters who say their make-up is beginning to freeze on their faces.Jamie Campbell was three when he was taken from his grandmother's garden in August 1990 by twisted 11-year-old Richard Keith who beat him with sticks and stones before drowning him.The murder, which happened three years before Jamie Bulger was lured from Merseyside Shopping Centre, shocked the nation with Keith named as the youngest killer in Scotland.Israel says one of its warplanes has been shot down while taking part in a 'large scale attack' against Iranian targets in Syria after it intercepted an Iranian drone over its airspace.The F-16 aircraft, of the type pictured inset right, was brought down by Syrian anti-aircraft fire and crashed in northern Israel (main picture).
I am desperately sad right now, but I can say with authority that there is good in this world.' Delaney is best known for his role in Catastrophe (right).
Another BBC presenter, Eilidh Barbour, has been left wondering if Pyeonchang will 'be too cold even for a Winter Olympics? Pita Taufatofua, 34, who will compete for Tonga at the Pyong Chang winter Olympics, refused to answer three times whether he had a girlfriend. The driver of the Toyota Auris had failed to stop for a marked police vehicle at about 11.55pm last night.
He didn't medal in Rio in taekwondo and he doesn't expect to be on the winner's rostrum when his cross country skiing event is over, but he knows he has already become a heart throb. During his attempted escape he crashed into a house, sustaining serious head injuries.
The Israeli military said it struck 12 targets including three aerial defence batteries and four Iranian targets that are part of Iran's military establishment in Syria.
Iran displayed its drones (inset left) at a rally to mark the anniversary of the revolution.