The Su-35 is one of Russia's most dangerous fighters and is waiting for a major upgrade soon.
Three nominees for each of the eight photo contest categories, and – for the first time – a shortlist of six nominees for the World Press Photo of the Year.
The Danish royal family has no political authority, but is one of the world's oldest kingdoms and prides itself on stability.
Muslim scholar Ali Selim should be sacked after calling for female circumcision (FGM) to become legal in Ireland, says Dublin imam Dr Umar Al-Qadri.
A quarter of all property owned by overseas companies in England and Wales is held by companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, according to new research.
The French government has announced it will introduce a "Universal National Service" for young citizens, as President Emmanuel Macron delivers on one of his campaign pledges.
Police believe that Anastasia Onegina may have killed Dmitry Sinkevich when a Satanic sex game went wrong at their flat on 11 February.
A Brazilian man attempting to travel through Lisbon Airport in Portugal was detained by police for allegedly carrying 1kg of cocaine in a fake bum.
Israel will boycott the Israeli Film Festival in Paris over its screening of Foxtrot - an Israeli film in which IDF soldiers kill and bury four Arab youths.
Madeleine McCann was three years old when she went missing from a tourist resort in Portugal in May 2007.
Spanish police made a second huge drugs haul in under a week on the Costa del Sol, in a raid which netted 3,500 kilos of cocaine worth around €120m.
Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili has been abducted by armed men from a restaurant in Kiev, Ukraine, after a court rejected his appeal against extradition to Georgia.