Monday, 21 September 2009 London Lite Sominex. Its time to sleep. www.sominex-sleep.co.uk Sominex contains promethazine hydrochloride. Always read the label. World at a glance Brit smiledatwifemoments beforehoneymoontragedy A PUB landlord who drowned after being swept away by a swollen river during his honeymoon in Laos was smiling and waving at his wife moments before. Michael OSullivan, 39, who once ran a pub in Slough and had lived in London, got into difficulty on a river tubing ride on inflatable rings with his wife, Ilana, 29, and 18 other tourists. The couple were on a belated honeymoon backpacking around Asia after marrying last November and were to renew their vows in the presence of Mrs OSullivans mother in New Zealand. On Thursday, the pair went on the ride on the Nam Xong river in Vang Vieng, in the north. Mr OSullivan was the only one of the party not to be rescued and his body wasnt found until yesterday. His sister, Claire, 43, said: He waved at Ilana and smiled at her. Ilana said she looked behind her and he was there and when she looked again he was gone. Honeymoon: Michael and Ilana Therapypatientsdruggedtodeath TWO patients died and 10 others were taken to hospital after a doctor leading their group therapy session gave them drugs and other substances. One of the injured is in a coma in a critical condition. The 50- year-old, who identifed himself as a psychotherapist, admitted to police he gave them substances, said to include heroin and ecstasy, in a house in the Hermsdorf suburb in north Berlin on Saturday. The 12 appeared to have been poisoned. A 59-year-old man died at the scene and a man aged 28 died in hospital. Nine were released yesterday. The ultimate jetwash: these African elephants, Alice and Tiki, will wash your car for a $20 donation at the Wildlife Animal Park in southern Oregon. Talibanexecutionerdiesinprison A TALIBAN commander known to have beheaded Pakistani troops has died of wounds after a firefight in Swat Valley with the countrys security forces. Sher Mohammad Qasab, on a list of Pakistans 10 most wanted, was being held in custody after his capture last week, when his three sons were killed. He was given the name Qasab, an Urdu word for butcher, because of his ruthlessness towards enemies. The armys Swat offensive, begun in April, has killed more than 1,800 alleged militants. DrunkenHoffisrushedtohospital DAVID HASSELHOFF has been rushed to hospital for a second time this year due to excessive drinking. His daughter, Hayley, called her mother and his ex-wife Pamela Bach yesterday afternoon to tell her the 57- year-old star was extremely intoxicated. One of her friends then called 911 and paramedics took the actor from his Los Angeles home to the hospital. Earlier this year in May, Hasselhoff, a judge on Americas Got Talent, was hospitalised due to alcohol poisoning. Firestarterbannedfromlightingup A jUDGE has ordered a man who started a restaurant fire in Hawaii with a flicked cigarette to stop smoking for a year. Makaio Bachman-Majamay, 19, denied deliberately starting the fire at the Wei Wei Bar-B-Q in Pukalani, and was ordered by judge joel August to do community service and pay $1,025 to fix the damaged roof, as well as ditching all tobacco products. Baroness fighting to save job in reshuffle By mark Blunden Picture of the day Ill: Hasselhoff ATTORNEY General Baroness Scotland was battling to save her job today as it emerged that Gordon Brown is preparing to carry out a mini-reshuffle. Solicitor General Vera Baird is being lined up to replace the peer amid pressure over her employment of an illegal immigrant. Baroness Scotland has assured Downing Street she carried out checks on Loloahi Tapui, a 27-year- old Tongan she hired as a housekeeper. The minister is in danger because she helped push through a law that makes it an offence if an employer hires an illegal worker, e ve n i n a dve r t e n t l y. Government sources confirmed the reshuffle could take place sooner than expected, but was likely to be carried out in stages. The Prime Minister is keen to shuffle his team to fill slots left vacant by summer departures. Those leaving have included health minister Lord Darzi, foreign minis- ter Lord Malloch-Brown and telecoms minister Lord Carter. As well as filling empty posts, Mr Brown is being urged to freshen up his team before the election. Job under threat: Baroness Scotland H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html