"A person cannot live in those conditions for ever," Ecuador's foreign minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa said.
Richard Hignett, 32, of Wootton, Bedfordshire, admitted administering drugs to enable the murder of his parents. He has been sentenced to an indefinate hospital order.
Eurosceptic MPs have criticised Theresa May for not appointing a 'no-deal' Brexit minister as promised in her Cabinet reshuffle.
A court in Wales heard how Barry Rodgers and Penelope John allegedly conspired to kill 84-year-old Betty Guy at her home in Pembrokeshire.
Police have launched a murder inquiry and started digging up a suburban garden after a 63-year-old woman told police she had killed her father 'a number of years ago'.
Police rushed to the scene after receiving a number of calls from terrified residents on Roden Street, just off Grosvenor Road in Belfast.
Curry-hungry brits in the south of France have hatched a scheme to charter a flight from Portsmouth - all so they can get their favourite curry house to deliver.
British Transport Police are appealing for information after a man and his teenage son, dressed in a penguin costume, were assaulted on a train out of London on 21 December.
Friends of the Earth complained to the UN that the EU withdrawal bill, designed to create a smooth Brexit, may have breached international environmental law.
EU officials have washed away concerns raised by Brexit secretary David Davis, insisting they are right to prepare for a no-deal.
A police officer who was once hailed a hero has been sacked for sharing racist posts on Facebook, including one calling travellers "f***** scumbags".
Cheryl and Robert Prudham took nine of her kids on an 14-day trip to Menorca worth over £7,000 back in 2014.
A policy is judged, not according to its utility, its internal consistency or its practical impact, but by how closely it accords with tribal values.
An angry wife confronts her 'cheating' husband after driving more than 150 miles to find him booked into a hotel with another woman.
Millennials are excited about the new 26-30 railcard announced in the Autumn Budget, but are getting impatient. The Treasury insists a spring rollout is still on the cards.