Articles by Isabelle Gerretsen
Disappearance of Kim Jong-un's top aide General Hwang Pyong-so sparks rumours that he may have been executed for receiving kickbacks in exchange for promotions at Politburo.
Paedophile barred from boarding flight in Sydney under new Australian sex tourism law, which aims to stop sex offenders abusing children in developing countries.
The ship washed up on a beach in Kashiwazaki in north Japan, prompting concerns that Pyongyang has launched a spy campaign.
Shyma's risque pop video in deeply conservative country lands her two-year jail sentence for inciting debauchery.
Oscar Pistorius injured in prison brawl for 'spending too long on phone', 10 days after Supreme Court more than doubled his prison sentence for murder Reeva Steenkamp
New York bus terminal bomber Akayed Ullah charged with terror offences after detonating explosive device at Port Authority in Manhattan.
Bogota council introduces women-only seats on buses in Colombian capital to combat high levels of sexual assault and harassment.
Mother Mei Rui barred from entering Spirit Airlines flight from Houston to New York after breastfeeding her son on plane during three-hour delay.
Bermuda set to become first country in the world to abolish marriage equality, just six months after gay couple Winston Godwin and Greg DeRoche won Supreme Court ruling to marry.
Police responding to "pipe bomb" explosion at Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan where suicide bomber detonated explosive vest.
Alabama's Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore cited Hitler during a 2011 interview about Barack Obama's birth certificate and said he would be interested in "new 9/11 hearings".
Psychotherapist Maude Julien writes in memoir The Only Girl in the World about childhood trauma inflicted by abusive father who gave her electric shocks and alcohol.
Brit Connor Clements jailed in Dubai for two years after cannabis traces found in bloodstream claims he smoked the drug in UK.
Heavy UK snowfall causes flight delays, train disruptions and chaos on roads as Met office issues amber weather warning and temperatures plummet to -10C.
Paedophile Julien Bertrand has been working at schools in Paris since his release from prison in the UK for child sex offences.
Three have been arrested following a firebomb attack at a synagogue in Goteborg, Sweden.
Members of grooming gangs convicted since 2005 were 84% Asian, counter-extremism organisation Quilliam warns after Rochdale child sex abuse scandal.
Max Super Speciality Hospital in New Delhi, India, has lost its license after mistakenly pronouncing a newborn baby boy as dead.
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi may receive royal pardon 5 years after being jailed for 'insulting Islam', his wife Ensaf Haidar was told by MEPs.
Adrian Bellenger, former abbot of Downside Abbey, accuses predecessor Father Richard Yeo of encouraging sex abuse and sheltering child sex offenders.