Articles by Josh Robbins
Villagers in India mistook a frozen poo that fell from an aeroplane for either a UFO or a piece of space rock, a government source said.
The government needs to build a nuclear waste facility to accommodate the new Hinkley Point and other planned developments, but will it find a local community willing to host it?
Hundreds of Haitian immigrants marched on New York on Friday to against comments allegedly made by President Trump in which he referred to their homeland as a "s**thole".
It is the first time shutdown since 2013 and means that only essential federal government services will be operating.
The mystery surrounding the deaths of three alpacas brutally killed in Buckinghamshire may be part of a local planning dispute.
MPs across the House of Commons have backed a law change that will create millions of pounds of tax relief for wealthy donors to the Leave and Remain referendum campaigns
Disturbing pictures released by South Devon Animal Rights on Facebook allegedly show an activist with significant facial injuries after clashing with a huntsman.
Four rape trials have collapsed in recent weeks because police did not disclose evidence that vindicated the defendant, prompting the Metropolitan Police to review all live cases.
Gary Kerby attempted to rape a young woman as she walked through Rush Common in Brixton, south London, the Metropolitan Police said.
Norwegian people using snus – an orally taken snuff tobacco – now outnumber smokers for the first time in history. Snus is healthier than cigarettes, yet it is banned by the EU.
Parsons Green terror attack suspect Ahmed Hassan Mohammed Ali pleaded not guilty to at the Old Bailey on the morning of 19 February. He spoke via video link from Belmarsh prison.
Ukip leader Henry Bolton says a 'coup' has been waged against him after his ex-girlfriend Jo Marney was revealed to have made racist comments about Meghan Markle.
Sakina Bibi and her daughter Alizah were treating children in the southwestern city of Quetta when suspected Islamists shot them dead.
A French pensioner raped multiple women by posing as a young man online and luring them into blindfolded sexual encounters inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey, prosecutors said.
Parking enforcement officers are alleged to have enjoyed two years worth of free pizza at Sicilia Pizza in the downtown area of Salt Lake City.
A Papua New Guinea man padlocked his sister-in-law's genitals shut after being trusted to take care of her while her husband went to work away from home.
Anton Maltsev, a veteran of the Kosovo and Chechen wars, built an arsenal of weapons at his flat just outside Moscow so he could defend himself against debt collectors.
Tory Brexiteer Desmond Swayne appeared to fall asleep in the House of Commons while his colleague, the staunch Remainer Ken Clarke, was speaking.
European politicians have voted to ban fisherman from using electric currents to stun fish – a method known as pulse-fishing.
US News Host Ashleigh Banfield addressed an 'open letter' to the woman who went public about a sexual encounter with Aziz Ansari.