A diplomatic showdown over downed flight MH17 looms - and New Zealand is in the thick of it.
Norwegian Woods? No, a golf hole will do.
Over 2000 migrants tried to enter the Channel Tunnel in an attempt to reach Britain from France.
Lord John Sewel's cocaine-and-prostitutes scandal has stirred up new calls for reform of the UK's House of Lords.
A British peer said he was leaving the House of Lords after a video was published allegedly showing him using cocaine.
A Nelson family on holiday in the Ukraine has survived a head-on car crash that killed at least two people.
Russia considers banning imported flowers from The Netherlands, aggravating tensions between two countries already at odds over the downing of flight MH17.
The response to an attack on a woman wearing a bikini in a park has highlighted fault lines in French society.
A senior British lord embroiled in a drug and sex scandal, said he would not return to Britain's parliament until investigations were completed.
Ireland will allow tens of thousands of adopted people access to their birth certificates for the first time.
Health officials investigating two suspected cases of Middle Eastern Respiratory Virus Syndrome at a hospital in northern England.
UK Prime Minster says he is ready to order preventative air strikes on Islamist militant targets.
A horror crash in France has left six people seriously injured when a bus slammed into a low under-bridge tunnel, ripping the top of the roof off.
A British newspaper uncovered a major royal security breach by using an app to track Prince William's air rescue ambulance.
A raid on central bank reserves and hacking taxpayer accounts were reportedly among plans to prepare a return to the drachma.
The "Westminster Paedophile Scandal", has bubbled away in the background of British crime and politics, never quite going away, but never coming to a head.
British lord quits after video purportedly showing him semi-naked and snorting white powder while partying with two women.
Paris police open fire on car that tries to crash barricades ahead of Tour de France arrival.
Paraglider Aaron Cooke touched the lives of many his family says.
Apropos of nothing, this photo of a boar and her piglets came through our photo feed. We had to root around for context.
The families of those killed in the Germanwings plane crash released white balloons into the air near site of crash.
The world's first malaria vaccine gets a green light from European drugs regulator.
There's been a series of child sex abuse scandals dating back to the 1970s, but a former UK spy chief warned of political embarrassment in the 80s.
Russian beauty queen loses her title after being accused of sympathising with white supremacists.
A 15-year-old from the north-west of England has pleaded guilty to inciting a terrorist attack in Melbourne.
Kleyo De Abreu's adventure jump turned tragic as she hit a bridge below, in front of horrified family.
Toddler's caregiver claims he climbed into the machine on his own. So she took some photos.
A suicide bomber who killed at least 32 people in Turkey is thought to have traveled to Syria last year.
Alexis Tsipras faces his second major test in a week in parliament over reforms he wants lawmakers to adopt.
California's governor warns that the world may already have "gone over the edge" on global warming.