Articles by Isabelle Gerretsen
Police manhunt underway for Isla Franco who walked out of mental health Huntercombe Hospital in Maidenhead, Berkshire, and was last seen at Taplow station on CCTV.
Gunmen were carrying Isis flag when they attacked al-Rawdah mosque in Egypt's North Sinai in country's bloodiest terror attack.
Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton blast media coverage of Malia Obama after video circulates of Harvard student blowing smoke rings.
Adults with witchcraft and demonic possession beliefs responsible for almost 1,500 child abuse cases each year warns Churches' Child Protection Advisory Service.
Altercation between two men on tube platform at Oxford Circus station caused mass panic amid terrorism scare. Police call for witnesses to come forward.
Daily Mail wrongly suggests lorry ploughs into pedestrians on Oxford Street based on 10-day old tweet amid reports of gunshots at Oxford Circus.
Bomb explosion at mosque in North Sinai Egypt kills at least 235 and injures 130. Islamist militants believed to be behind attack.
Dramatic CCTV footage shows drunk woman being pulled out of Melbourne train path with seconds to spare, prompting calls for safety doors at train stations.
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal has increased Oscar Pistorius' sentence from 6 to 13 years for the murder of Reeva Steenkamp.
Practice is still common in several Asian countries, despite criticism that it is "cruel" and "unscientific."
Indian minister Himanta Biswa Sarma sparks outrage with comment that cancer is divine justice caused by sins.
TripAdvisor faces Federal Trade Commission investigation as accusations of deleted rape and assault reviews mount following Kristie Love and Jamie Valeri revelations.
Former North Korea prisoner Aijalon Gomes burned to death in San Diego in apparent suicide, 7 years after release with help of Jimmy Carter.
"Butcher of Bosnia" Ratko Mladic removed from International Criminal Tribunal genocide trial after shouting outburst during verdict announcement.
Blackfriars Priory School in Adelaide Australia mocked on social media for suggestive statue of saint handing loaf of bread to young child.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un bans drinking and singing parties in wake of UN sanctions imposed following Pyongyang nuclear missile tests.
Resignation comes as tensions mount in the country following Mugabe firing former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa earlier in November.
Sierra Leone mudslide survivors evicted from government emergency camps in Freetown without prospect of resettlement.
Takahiro Shiraishi charged with murder of Aiko Tamura and accused of dismembering and killing 8 others in Zama.
Human rights activists protest against Iraq's bill of Jafaari Personal Status Law that could legalise child marriage, marital rape and ban Muslims from marrying non-Muslims.