The Mobberley-born climber disappeared on the mountain in - and was found in It's more important than ever to stay informed - Get the free CheshireLive newsletter direct to your inbox. A hundred years ago, the son of a Mobberley clergyman was preparing for his first encounter with Mount Everest. Three years later, he disappeared high on the mountain and wasn't seen again - until his body was discovered in , reigniting the debate on whether he was the true first climber to summit the world's highest peak. He was taught at schools in West Kirby and Eastbourne before gaining a maths scholarship at Winchester College, where his obsession with climbing began. After graduating from Cambridge and a period of teaching at the university while honing his climbing skills, he enlisted in the British Army and fought at the Somme during the First World War.
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By Jack Newman For Mailonline. Four men have been executed in Iran for gang-raping a woman in front of her husband who was tied up and made to watch. The horrific attack took place while the couple were climbing a mountain in the Khorasan Razavi province and the men were hanged on Monday after an extensive police investigation. Ruhollah Javidi Rad, Mohammad Sayadi Baghansgani, Mohammad Hosseini and Mohammad Watandoost were identified by Fariman police and were charged with the kidnapping and rape of a woman and with threats of violence towards a man.
If you guessed that Steve Yeun, a. The Walking Dead 's gentleman hero Glenn, was a refreshingly modest TV star, his Instagram account would prove you intuitive. Whether it's arty nature shots of seals by the shore with quietly awed captioning or unfussy glimpses into the moments before a media commitment , Yeun invites followers to experience celebrity from the outside in, even after you've passed through the ropes. He also unselfishly sends back pretty dispatches from places like Tokyo , making him a really awesome A-lister to virtually travel with.