Enforcement officers were horrified to discover Romanian workers living in a vermin-riddled house with no working smoke detectors.
For the first time ever, scientists have detected both gravitational waves and light from the same astronomical event, dubbed GW170817.
Hundreds of civilians fled the city last week as US-led airstrikes on Isis fighters intensified to drive them from one of their last Syrian strongholds.
'I saw Isis militants shoot a two-year-old': Syrian civilians recall horror scenes as they flee Raqqa
Members of the minority Coptic community have repeatedly been targeted by Isis-affiliated militants in recent months.
The fires have been spreading quickly, engulfing more than 214,000 acres of land and incinerating an estimated 5,700 structures.
Sting sells sprawling New York penthouse where he enjoyed tantric sex sessions overlooking Central Park for $50m
French government called on Spanish and Catalan government to engage in talks as tensions mount in wantaway region.
Spain's prime minister has said he will take legal measures to stop Catalonia becoming independent, despite recent ballot result.
The SURUS is set to be a utilitarian hauler that looks like a skateboard for shipping containers and is capable of going off road, autonomously.
North Korea's Mansudae studio is "probably the largest art production centre in the world", covering nearly 30 acres and employing about 1,000 artists.
David Becker of Getty Images was on assignment to cover the Route 91 Harvest country music festival when the worst mass shooting in US history began.
Thousands fled as Paddock shot round after round from 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay hotel.
Over 50 killed and 406 injured after Stephen Paddock fired on the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
Catalonia's economic output is worth around a fifth of Spain's total GDP.
Reporters have finally been allowed to venture into Myanmar's northern Rakhine state, formerly home to hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who have fled into Bangladesh.
Protesters chanted "do not allow terrorists into this country" as they stormed the UN shelter.
Aung San Suu Kyi, previously described sexual violence as "weapon used to divide our country".
3.5 million people could be left in the dark after "worst storm ever" destroys island's electricity grid.
Volunteer rescue workers have saved lives in Haiti, Philippines and Nepal in the past.
The Juggalo March, called to protest against the FBI labelling a rap group as 'gang', drew a bigger crowd.
Mother of All Rallies calling 'millions' to march in support of Donald Trump pulls just a few hundred
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