Third runway for Heathrow Airport video

An aircraft flies over houses as it comes in to land at Heathrow airport in west London.

783 London homes will make way for a new runway at one of the world's busiest airports.

Driver chases runaway car video

Video: Man filmed chasing runaway car on Swiss motorway, dodging traffic in the process

A mid motorway chat decision has resulted in a bizarre chase on foot for the driver of a runaway car.

France starts clearing 'Jungle' video

An Oromo Ethiopian cries during a demonstration in The Jungle migrant camp as he faces eviction by French authorities.

France begins the mass evacuation of 6000 migrants from a notorious refugee camp.

NZ-EU free trade possible

It has taken eight years to thrash out a free trade deal between the EU and Canada, but it still faces opposition and ...

"If the EU can't do a free trade agreement with NZ, it can't do one with anyone."

Volcano 'explodes' in Alaska

The Cleveland Volcano in Alaska's Aleutian Islands is seen in this Nasa handout photo taken in May 2006. An explosion ...

A tiny village has heard an explosion coming from a volcano 70km away.

Great Irish gay bake off

Bert and Ernie are characters from Sesame Street.

Christian-owned bakery in Northern Ireland loses discrimination ruling over refusal to make "gay cakes".

Live confession of a child-killer

Himmet Akturk broke down after being probed by a television host investigating the disappearance of Irmak Kupal.

Live TV interview turns into a breakthrough after man confesses to child's rape and murder.

Five dead in fiery plane crash video

The plane burst into flames at the edge of the runway.

Light plane tips to the right and bursts into flames as it hits ground during takeoff in Malta.

MP 'sorry' for gay donkey rape claim

A British lawmaker has backed down from the claims of rape he made against a donkey after it supposedly interfered with ...

British lawmaker backs down from allegations a homosexual donkey raped a pet stallion.

Shakespeare's co-author revealed

Christopher Marlowe's Elizabethan tragedies influenced Shakespeare's works.

More than 400 years after Henry VI was first performed, Christopher Marlowe's finally getting credit for it.

France rumbles 'The Jungle' video

French riot police advance through tear gas and smoke from a fire to disperse migrants throwing stones and lighting ...

Clearing of notorious makeshift refugee camp starts as thousands are sent on bus rides to unknown destinations.

Iceland braces for pirates video

In the land of Vikings, the Pirate Party may soon be king.

Add this to a bizarre 2016 for Western politics - the Pirate Party is on the verge of taking over Iceland.

'House of horrors' collapses video

Tayto Park opened in 2010.

Thrillseekers crushed in ominous accident during Halloween event at Irish theme park.

Onlookers dared refugee to jump

The Somalian's death is being investigated by the German police.

German police are investigating accusations that neighbours of a refugee encouraged him to jump to his death.

365 days of Vladimir Putin

Could this be the perfect gift ... for the person you hate.

Looking for the perfect Secret Santa gift? What about a Vladimir Putin calendar.

26 injured as bridge slices bus video

Double-decker bus in London.

A double-decker bus has crashed into a railway bridge in London, slicing its roof off.

London City Airport declared safe

British Transport Police stand outside Brixton Underground Station.

London City Airport has been declared safe after emergency services found no evidence of a suspected chemical incident.

Vengeful mum staged bomb hoax

Finchley United Synagogue where the alleged bomb was planted.

She thought her daughter hadn't been invited to a birthday party. So she set out for revenge.

Police foil London bomb plot

The device found outside the O2 arena in Greenwich was described as "viable".

Terror plot targeting London Underground exposed after police find suspected bomb on a train.

Beer barrel killer may go free

The woman whose body was found after 24 years in a beer barrel has been identified only as "Franziska S".

A German man killed his wife and welded her inside a beer barrel, where her body remained for 24 years.

Mars probe crashed

An illustration released by the European Space Agency (ESA) shows the Schiaparelli EDM lander. A European space lander ...

Europe's experimental Mars probe hit the right spot, but at the wrong speed.

Dad to get boy 'living as girl'

A seven-year-old boy who was "living life entirely as a girl" has been removed from his mother's care.

A seven-year-old boy who was "living life entirely as a girl" has been removed from his mother's care.

Visiting UK got a whole lot cheaper

From a pint to a jaunt around the Tower of London, Brexit has done tourists a favour.

From a pint to a jaunt around the Tower of London, Brexit has done tourists a favour.

Russia show of strength backfires

The Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov passes through the English Channel.

It was meant to send a message, but then the black smoke started pouring out of the aircraft carrier.

'What's happening to the UK'?

Charity workers and residents with signs welcoming refugees in Croydon, London.

Unaccompanied migrant children covered their faces on arrival from Calais to prevent bizarre speculation about their ages.

Terror probe after Tube incident

Counter-terrorism officers have launched an investigation into the object found on a London Underground train.

British police carried out a controlled explosion on a suspicious item found on a London underground train.

Mum fined for bad-mouthing dad

The family court in Rome ruled that the woman had belittled her children's father.

The Italian woman was accused of "belittling" her ex-husband, and turning their three children against him.

UK to pardon gay men video

Alan Turing was accused of  "gross indecency".

The "Alan Turing law" will delete the charges of thousands of men who were once considered criminals for their sexual orientation.

EU gloomy on new FTAs

European Union President Donald Tusk: "CETA could be our last free trade agreement, if we are not able to convince ...

President of the European Council warns Europe may never sign another free trade agreement.

Draft independence bill published

Scotland's First Minister and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Nicola Sturgeon, wants a potential second ...

Draft bill for second referendum put on the table by Scotland, as country reacts to Brexit.

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