Donald Trump has angered the world with his tweets, comments and international policy decisions.
As well as footing the bill for extra security, Britain is set to take in more child migrants as well.
Twelve people who stripped naked in front of the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz and killed a lamb have been found guilty of desecrating a memorial site and of animal cruelty.
The teenage girl, Nicole, said she realised the value of her virginity when was 16 and decided to sell it off when she turned 18.
A Russian couple are accused of raping their 12-year-old daughter to 'train her in advance for adult life,' claiming 'better us than some maniac'.
'We would like Britain to stay', says European Commission president, as he admits 'guilt' for Brexit has to be shared.
Every year on the night of 17 January, horses are ridden through huge flames and clouds of smoke on the streets of the village of San Bartolome de los Pinares.
The Aegis Ashore systems will cover all of Japan- one from the northern shores and one from the south east.
A London man was denied entry on two planes after wearing all his clothes in a bid to avoid extra fees.
The Bayeux Tapestry which depicts the Norman invasion in 1066 will come to Britain for the first time in nearly a millennium.
Chechnya's Ramzan Kadyrov has reportedly turned his attention to suspected drug users and has launched a torture campaign similar to last year's anti-gay purge.
The UK will send military helicopters to help the French tackle Islamist extremists in Africa. A summit in Sandhurst later this week may see closer cross-Channel military ties.
Anton Maltsev, a veteran of the Kosovo and Chechen wars, built an arsenal of weapons at his flat just outside Moscow so he could defend himself against debt collectors.
European politicians have voted to ban fisherman from using electric currents to stun fish – a method known as pulse-fishing.
Northern League and Five Star Movement promise to scrap compulsory vaccinations sparking outrage after 2017 measles outbreak.