Articles by Isabelle Gerretsen
Prosecutors believe the Danish inventor killed the journalist as part of a sexual fantasy and dismembered her body before throwing it overboard.
All cars, trucks, vans and buses must be electric vehicles in three years time. Anyone caught driving a non-electric car will be fined £60.
Cannabis sales have already brought in over $70 million in tax revenues for the US state so far this year.
Tour guide was brought to his knees as the 3,871 feet-high walkway started to 'crack' underneath him.
The risk of dying after surgery is 12% less if your surgeon is a woman rather than a man, a new study by the British Medical Journal has revealed.
The painting of the Renaissance master is the last privately owned da Vinci artwork currently in existence.
'Death by overwork', known as 'karoshi' in Japanese, claims the lives of hundreds of the nation's employees every year.
EDF's spent-fuel pools have not been properly designed to withstand external threats, such as a terror attack, according to international experts.
She has quietly been working her way up the political ranks ever since the leader's anointment in 2011, and is now considered one of his closest confidantes.
Jesse Matema denies playing the cruel prank on Sophie Stevenson and is claiming damages from the Brit.
Police discovered a crop of 114 plants at the property in the market town of Wisbech.
208 days after Mark Rutte's Freedom and Democracy Party (VVD) won the election, a deal has finally been agreed with three other parties.
East London high street has been sealed off and the 257 and 339 bus routes have both been diverted as a result.
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.
Tropical storm brought powerful winds and severe flooding to the southern US states after Nate landed near the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Malala's astonishing achievements have left many wondering whether the young woman is a future world leader.
Felines pounced as man tried to guide them back into their enclosure at Bannerghatta Biological Park.
Gathered in front of the statue of Confederate General Robert.E Lee, they chanted: "You will not replace us. You will not erase us."
Spanish authorities intercepted boat carrying 3,700 tonnes of cocaine off the coast of Portuguese island Madeira.