Emily Longley's father says footage of the night before her murder shows how evil her killer is.
A British judge has chided British Prime Minister David Cameron for saying he was on "Team Nigella" during a fraud trial.
She is the most wanted woman in the world. A widow of two terrorists and a mother.
ALEXEI ANISHCHUK AND STEVE GUTTERMAN - Reuters
Vladimir Putin warns the West not to underestimate Russia's military might.
A 10th person has died following the crash of a police helicopter into a Glasgow pub two weeks ago, police said.
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks and rival editor Piers Morgan joked about hacking each others' phone messages.
Russian media reports of Ukrainian strife paint picture of anarchy with Moscow friendship the solution.
Italy PM wins a confidence vote confirming government's majority after promising sweeping reforms.
Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year, due to his work to change the perception of the Catholic church.
Adolf Hitler's work written while imprisoned won't get official reprint when copyright expires in 2015.
Ukrainian security forces storm a tent encampment in central Kiev, rousting sleeping protesters and beating those who refused to leave.
Head of a chemical weapons watchdog group accepts the Peace Prize, and the other winners are also lauded.
It's been likened to a parachutist trying to land on a mountaintop. Or a person attempting to leap from one speeding car to another.
French man who sold breast implants filled with industrial silicone in countries including NZ convicted of fraud.
Tensions rise in the Ukraine as riot police clash with anti-government forces.
Australia man who jumped into the Thames to disrupt an Oxford boat race fights off deportation from UK.
Man accused of killing British soldier in frenzied knife attack in London says he was fighting for Islam.
The IOC is finalising a letter to Olympic athletes reminding them to refrain from demonstrations or political gestures during the Winter Games in Sochi.
Protesters topple statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin in Ukraine's capital and tell president: You are next.
The pilot of an airliner that crashed in Russia, killing 50 people, may have had dubious licence.