Articles by Isabelle Gerretsen
Italian man Mattia del Zotto arrested after police accuse him of using thalium, ingredient in rat poison, to murder his grandparents and aunt in Monzo, near Milan.
Man with Palestinian flag smashes windows of kosher restaurant in Amsterdam after Donald Trump recognises Jerusalem as Israeli capital.
North Korean spies feared to have infiltrated 'ghost ships' off north western coast of Japan as Pyongyang advances nuclear programme.
City votes in favour of banning Muslim women's swimwear and topless bathing but critics warn it could fuel arguments of Islamaphobe extremists.
New UNHCR report reveals 10-year-old Syrian refugee boys and gay, transgender, intersex individuals are being raped and tortured in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan.
Paedophile priest Andrew Soper, formerly known as Father Laurence, found guilty of 19 counts of sexual and physical abuse against boys at St Benedict's Catholic School in Ealing.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns that Donald Trump's decision to declare Jerusalem Israel's capital will play into the hands of terror groups in Middle East.
Witness reports seeing police trainees in Berlin brawling in public as one of them shouted Heil Hitler.
Pope Francis joins world leaders in criticising US President Donald Trump's expected recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Italian bishop condemns nativity scene in Castenaso portraying Jesus sitting in migrant dinghy to symbolise plight of refugees and migrants crossing Mediterranean.
London Bridge terror attack mastermind Khuram Butt had been subject to MI5 investigation since 2015, David Anderson report reveals.
US Supreme Court hears case of Colorado baker Jack Phillips, who refused to make wedding cake for gay couple David Mullins and Charlie Craig.
Mexico presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador sparks outrage by suggesting drug cartel kingpins should be offered amnesty in Mexico's most violent state Guerrero.
Lufthansa and Eurowings pilots in Germany are preventing planned deportations of asylum seekers and refugees.
New York financier Rohina Bhandari named as American tourist killed in shark attack off coast of Costa Rica.
The investigative journalist had accused Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his aides of corruption shortly before her death.
US troops to be sent to warzones with freeze-dried blood plasma to prevent them from bleeding to death on battlefield.
Russian footballer Alexei Smertin says rainbow flags will be tolerated at World Cup despite gay propaganda law that bans promotion of homosexuality to under-18s.
Ollie Hall, who volunteered with Kurdish People's Protection Units, dies in explosion in recently liberated Raqqa.
Ofsted report 'Bold Beginnings' warns 3 to 5-year-olds spend too much time playing and not enough reading, writing and maths due to Reception teachers failing to teach curriculum.