Articles by Henry Austin
The first budget under King Salman, who was crowned in January, makes a cut in Saudi Arabia's fortunes.
SAS troops have reportedly been providing help with intelligence to Afghan troops.
US military veterans are helping rehabilitate abused wolf-dog crossbreeds.
Chief executive John Chen said he was pleased with the Canadian company's continued progress.
It would be a nice gesture from a friend to a friend Sondre Lund, one of the campaign organisers, said.
Fiddy, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, first asked $18.5m (£12.4m) for the luxury 21 bedroom, 25 bathroom home in Farmington, Connecticut.
Overall growth in Scotland remains forecast at 1.9% for 2015, down on year before figures, Dr Gary Gillespie says.
Take-up of renewable energy is being undermined by unpredictable Government cuts, MPs warn.
The poorest 50% households own just 9% of household wealth, the Wealth and Assets Survey found.
The fine is the largest yet agreed between Ofgem and a big six energy supplier.
The minutes revealed Ian McCafferty was the only member of the MPC to go against the grain.
Peter Long, joint chief executive of TUI, said the Tunisian beach attack would live with him forever.
CEO Iain Conn admitted '2015 has been a difficult year' but said he was 'pleased with the progress'.
Marine Le Pen's National Front appear to be heading for about 30% of votes, some opinion polls said.
Detective Inspector Owen Elloy told reporters the man had met a "horrible, violent death".
Long periods in space is causing pressure in astronauts' skulls, damaging their brain.
Freeman's attorney William Luckett said the plane skidded off the runway
Witnesses filmed the violent knife attack posted footage on social media sites.
Following a social media appeal the tree and lights were restored.
The 'sitter' was based on a girl called Sally who worked on the checkouts, says Shaun Greenhalgh.