Artist Erdem Gunduz becomes the face of anti-government protests in Turkey after an eight-hour vigil.
World leaders discuss how to make sure multinational companies can no longer rely on shelters and loopholes to avoid paying tax.
A 98-year-old former policeman has been indicted for abusing Jews and assisting in sending them to Nazi death camps.
Turkish police are carrying out raids and detaining people involved in anti-government protests.
Witnesses' failure to stop a public assault on British celebrity chef Nigella Lawson is not surprising, specialists say.
The plight of Australian WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange continues to polarise opinion.
Turkey's leaders considering using armed forces against protesters, deputy prime minister says.
From Union Jack booties to Born to Rule sleepwear, the royal family is cashing in on baby.
Two specks of human tissue are under intense scrutiny at double murderer Mark Lundy's Privy Council appeal in London.
Britain's Prince Philip has walked out of a London hospital, 10 days after undergoing exploratory surgery.
Mark Lundy shouldn't have been found guilty on the basis of DNA evidence, Privy Council hears.
Violence in Istanbul after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan moved to steal back the agenda.
Row over diamond-encrusted Super Bowl ring after claims a light-fingered Vladimir Putin stole the ring.
Biker culture has come to the Vatican.
Russian President Vladimir Putin claims the West must not arm Syrian fighters who eat human flesh.
Turkish riot police firing tear gas and water cannons end an 18-day occupation of an Istanbul park that challenged PM's rule.
Czech government corruption scandal at its heart questions the relationship between the prime minister and a trusted female aide.
A plane from Cairo bound for New York made an emergency landing in the UK after a passenger discovered a letter threatening the aircraft.
THANYARAT DOKSONE AND GREGORY KATZ - AP
The British government has warned airlines around the world not to allow Edward Snowden to fly to the UK.
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Turkey's PM urged a delegation of protesters to persuade hundreds of others occupying an Istanbul park to withdraw.