Articles by Josh Robbins
Mohammad Azeemuddin, head of India's oldest Sunni Muslim seminary, Jamia Nizamia, announced on New Year's Day that Muslims should not eat prawns.
37-year-old Lauren Pollock accused of assaulting and kidnapping her own mother alongside ex-army boyfriend.
Three doctors said Spanish prisoner Gonzalo Montoya Jimenez was dead. His relatives came to say a final goodbye in the autopsy room. Then he started snoring.
Scandinavian Airlines has the right to demand that air hostesses do not wear religious headscarves, according to Sweden's Discrimination Ombudsman.
Andrew Lee admitted to sexually assaulting a girl under the age of 13 at Hull Crown Court, but avoided jail.
One of James Bulger's killers, Jon Venables, has been charged with chlid pornography offences, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Bruce and Schrell Darlene Hopkins were found guilty of homicide under by a court in Girona, Spain, where they were living at the time.
The research highlighted a widespread lack of agreement among the English as to the definitions of North and South.
The upskirter committed the crime on the 12.35pm train from Liverpool Street to Rayleigh on 22 December, British Transport Police said in a statement.
Trehalose, found in a range of products from cakes to noodles, is metabolised by the killer bacteria Clostridium difficile (C. diff), an infection that attacks the bowels.
Harumafuji, only the fifth non-Japanese wrestler to reach the sumo wrestling's ultimate yokozuna rank, was fined 500,000 yen for hospitalising fellow Mongolian athlete Takanoiwa.
The man became angry because his wife was walking slowly, possibly due to her illness, as they headed to the Regional Training and Research Hospital in Van, eastern Turkey.
Young adult drugs deaths has brought life expectancy down for the first time since the 1960s, according to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Metropolitan Police want to trace three people who appeared to engineer the brazen theft of £1,000 from a woman queuing up at a bank in Barking, East London.
Cocaine users have warned against the rise of super-strength product sold on the dark web for just £40 a gram.
Michelle Marshall was paying tribute to her son on what would have been his 12th birthday when she plummeted into the wet, sandy ground above his grave at Ballyvester Cemetery.
Three people who forced Vietnamese women and girls to work for nothing in nail bars around the country have been jailed for human trafficking and modern slavery offences.
Argentinian law student Nahir Galarza, 19, has admitted to killing her ex-lover Fernando Pastorizzo, 21, on the morning of 29 December in Gualeguaychu.
Incredible photos taken in Bouin on 1 January show the a 62m wind turbine ripped from its base and lying crippled in a field after Storm Carmen passed through.
Vinod Moorjani denies the allegations, claiming that a phone call he made requesting the "BOM-DEL status" – the status of his Bombay to Delhi flight – was misheard.