Partner of British children's author convicted of killing her in a financially-motivated murder.
Days after Trump's comments about "what happened in Sweden", violence hits immigrant neighbourhood.
He's internet famous for being the baby who supped Guinness. He'd rather just be Stephen.
Lindsay Lohan claims her headscarf's the reason she was stopped by security at London's Heathrow.
British couple says they face discrimination as only same-sex partners are allowed civil unions.
Two pilots have found out what happens when you lose contact with air traffic control: they send fighter jets
Security tightened at London's second tallest building after daredevils climb it to its pointed tip.
Pope Francis calls for radical change of attitude towards immigrants, saying they should be welcomed with dignity.
Terrorists are building drones. France is destroying them with birds of prey.
Terrorism ruled out as motive as Spanish police fire shots to stop speeding gas tank-carrying truck.
British MPs are split as they debate US President's invite for a state visit - but they can't stop him coming.
After seven years of bailouts, most Greeks struggle to cover costs and many rely on soup kitchens.
Donald Trump urged people to "look at what's happening in Sweden". So here's what's happening in Sweden.
Russian loses one of the world's largest and most advanced superyachts over unsettled 15m euro bill dispute.
Tiny state of Montenegro accuses Vladimir Putin of plotting to overthrow its government and kill its prime minister.
A telephone owned by Adolf Hitler labelled 'the most destructive weapon of all time' has sold at a US auction.
President's apparent suggestion of immigrant terror in Sweden was a reference to "rising crime", White House says.
Small-town eatery in France that usually serves tradesmen accidentally awarded Michelin star.
Lawmakers and London's mayor unite to oppose the US President coming over to meet the Queen.
Carriage topples onto its side in a train derailment in Belgium, killing one and injuring 27.
New documentary set to revisit drug trial that left six people, including a Kiwi, seriously ill.
The "striking young man" met a brutal death 1400 years ago. Now we can look into his eyes.
Skeleton found with a disposable camera may bring answers to the family of a tourist missing on Crete for 12 years.
Tony Blair issues battle cry against 'hard Brexit', calling on voters, businesses and campaigners to fight.
A Mexican woman claims she was stolen as a baby in Spain after her biological parents were told she died at birth.
Winston Churchill, one of the most celebrated orators of the 20th century, was also somewhat of a scientist.
Town says it can't prevent smartphone distraction, so makes it safe to walk home looking at one.
Donald Trump's defence secretary does not see possible military collaboration with Russia.
A British woman has filed an appeal after a judge refused to grant her a divorce that her husband opposes.
Helen Clark shortlisted to head $5b international aid fund in Geneva.