Articles by Josh Robbins
The woman, Lee Yong Soo, was enslaved by the Japanese Army during World War II when she was just 16-years-old. She is one of around 30 living "comfort women" who served the Japanese.
Sydney's Malek Fahd Islamic School is suing the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) over allegations it used the educational institution as a cash cow.
Richard Browning has been developing a futuristic space pack that allows him to fly with control and grace a few feet off the ground.
A series of sick 'comedy' mugs featuring jokes about missing child Madeleine McCann, paedophile Rolf Harris and serial killer Harold Shipman have been pulled from eBay.
One hundred people have been indicted in connection with a fentanyl, heroin and cocaine trafficking ring responsible for moving enough drugs to kill almost 1.5m people.
David Gammon, 35, was supervising his two-year-old Anakin and a sibling outside her home in Pennsylvania when he passed out through drink, according to police.
Spanish police have arrested the driver, who is accused of killing the German Shepherd by towing it along the highway for several kilometres.
Germany's highest court has ordered that a "third gender" be recognised on official documents including birth certificates in a decision met with praise by intersex campaigners.
Five Uber drivers scammed the ride-hailing firm out of £10,000 in an elaborate scheme using fake credit cards masterminded by a teenage fraudster, Wood Green Crown Court heard.
The trial of Peter Frederiksen and his bizarre obsession shocked South Africa. He was found guilty of child rape and conspiracy to murder.
A suspected drug dealer tried to swallow a knife after he was stopped by police at a Bonfire Night celebration in London.
Delando Smith was jailed on 6 November at Croydon Crown Court after being found guilty of rapes and a sexual assault, which he filmed on his mobile phone.
Anatoliy Ezhkova has been released on bail despite the emergence of horrifying pictures of his victim Irina Gonchar after their date in Kurgan, Russia.
Labour leader thinks Queen Elizabeth II should apologise for investing her money in overseas tax havens if they were used to avoid paying UK tax.
Scottish firefighter was punched in the face by a youth during celebrations in Edinburgh that turned violent .
Douglas Goldsberry deceived scores of sex workers, who believed they had been hired to perform by his neighbour in Omaha, Nebraska.
A policeman has been stabbed in the back at a college in Edinburgh while attending an incident at Telford College.
A court in Germany has ruled that children should not be allowed to swim with crocodiles alligators at an interactive zoo.
Italian police have seized more than 24 million opioid tablets destined for Isis militants who were planning to sell them at a profit to finance terrorism.
Six high school students were hospitalised after eating gummy bears laced with psychoactive drugs handed out on campus in Bayou La Batre, Alabama.