US president Donald Trump will reportedly fly into the UK for a "working visit" in late February 2018, following speculation a long-awaited state visit had been put in jeopardy.
A man has been charged with murder after allegedly stabbing his 94-year-old great-great grandmother to death at her Essex nursing home.
All four MPs responsible for the Social Mobility Commission have quit, issuing a sharp warning that the government is more preoccupied with Brexit than working to help disadvantaged citizens.
Investigating officers in Norway found the video on the accused boy's smartphone and one other person he had sent it to.
"Flynn has flipped and now all we can do is wonder how much longer until 45 is the last domino to fall," one Twitter user wrote.
A man who pretended he was a victim of the Paris attacks will spend 6 months in jail. He tried to get compensation money reserved for victims.
A top mob boss, named only as CP, has been arrested on the Costa del Sol, breaking up a widespread drugs smuggling operation between Spain and Italy.
The eccentric brother of the king of Belgium claims his human rights will be violated if the government goes ahead with its threat to cut his salary to €308,000 (£280,000).
A teacher at Auguste-Renoir high school near Paris has reported 5 of her pupils for sexual assault. They cornered and touched her repeatedly in one of the school's corridor.
Police in Berlin, Germany have evacuated a Christmas market and are investigating a suspicious object.
Italian police arrested a priest working in the parish of the village of Sant'Agata who, for at least three years, is alleged to have raped several children under the age of 14.
20% of office workers would hook up with someone at their office Christmas party. But 1 in 10 admit they caught an STI from a coworker or know someone who has.
A French woman was charged by police Thursday (30 November) after confessing to secretly killing five of her babies, bringing a 14-year-old cold case to a chilling end.
North Korea launched its Hwasong-15 ICBM on Wednesday, 29 November, infuriating the US and its allies Japan and South Korea even further.
Bjorn Samstrom was found guilty of forcing teenagers from the US, Canada and Britain to perform sexual acts in front of webcams.