Articles by Ian Johnston
The blast left body parts and pools of blood scattered around the field.
A Conservative colleague expressed that his remarks are 'absurd and demeaning'.
Riot police opened fire with a water canon after about 400 far-right activists tried to disperse peace protest.
The two-year-old's name has been put down for the £20,000-a-year London pre-prep school.
The death of Abu Furqan al-Misry is the latest in a series of attacks by fighters operating inside the militant-held city.
French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve said the plot had been at an 'advanced stage' when police raided an apartment in Paris
An Algerian man, Djamal Eddine Ouali, is accused of 'aiding and abetting illegal immigration'
The Eureka club, which holds events for 'fab swingers', seeks to raise money for charity
Fayçal Cheffou previously reported on mistreatment of Muslims at a centre for asylum seekers in Belgium.
Wife claims her husband admitted to having casual sex with men near MI6's headquarters
The worker's security pass for the Doel Nuclear Power Station was stolen after he was killed while walking his dog.
John Bruton says Ireland already had Home Rule in 1916 so there was "no need for violence".