Croatian war criminal dies after dramatic protest at International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Social media users shocked at former Italian prime minister's unusual makeover, with many comparing him to a waxwork.
Slobodan Praljak shouts "I am not a war criminal" before drinking from small bottle at tribunal relating to Bosnian war.
In his first public Mass in Myanmar, Pope Francis urged the country's long-suffering ethnic minorities to resist the temptation to exact revenge for the hurt they have endured.
The duo jumped from an altitude of more than 13,000ft to land safely into the flying plane.
An investigation into the incident has been launched and police are also looking at the illegal trafficking of weapons and ammunition angle.
An alleged Russian mob boss accused of 60 murders managed to avoid extradition back to Russia over a newly developed fear of flying.
A man dubbed as the Italian Fritzl by Italian media is accused of raping and torturing a woman he kidnapped and held in a 'sex dungeon' for 10 years.
Groups said that the claim Tsar Nicholas II was killed in a 'ritual murder' was an anti-Semitic myth.
Subjects at the General Yermolov Cadet School in southern Russia include handling firearms, disarming landmines, forest survival training and learning Morse code.
Mayor of Altena Andreas Hollstein was allegedly targeted by a man wielding a 15-inch knife possibly because of his 'very liberal views on refugees', said German media.
NIOD said that the painting, handed to them by an unnamed visitor, was an original watercolour by the Nazi dictator.
A man who had more than 20,000 child abuse images on his computer has been jailed following an investigation with Northern Ireland police and the UK's National Crime Agency.
Ireland's position is that the UK should stay in the customs union, but this is plainly not going to happen.
Transport for London is being urged to review "highly-political" advertisements currently in circulation by RT – a Russian media outlet accused of spreading Kremlin propaganda.