American and allied forces campaign takes out more Daesh's influential computer experts
Trial of alleged white supremacist accused of killing nine black churchgoers will start in January
White Helmets warn inhabitants in desperate need of food and medicine
River Po bursts its banks in Turin after 171mm of rain fell in just three days.
Ban Ki-Moon celebrates International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls.
The minister's comments followed pressure on the government to reveal the nature of its discussions with the car manufacturer
'It is a woeful rewriting of history to claim the country expressed one single opinion, or even worse still, that they knew exactly what Brexit meant'
Mark Carney is expected to make an announcement next week on whether he will step down in 2018.
'Jo was this unbelievable bundle of energy and of joy and of enthusiasm and she was never resting in peace when she was alive and she would not want to rest in peace now'
'We must not be misty-eyed and nostalgic about the 50s where a small minority youngsters did well and 80% or more did badly.'
An 18-year-old man and two 16-year-old boys have been taken into custody.
Ex-Liberal Democrat leader urged Theresa May not to 'throw the single market' out.
First Minister said she believes a separate deal for Scotland could be achieved.
Home Affairs Select Committee chair doubts Corbyn is 'doing something serious' about anti-Semitism.
Shellie Callaghan was one of four girls rushed to hospital after taking 'Ecstasy-type tablets'.
Three men and one woman were killed when the balcony, holding up to 15 people, gave way.
The Republican presidential nominee discussed the then 18-year-old star with Howard Stern.
Conservation body cared for seven-month-old animals after losing their mothers.
Around 3,000 devotees were expected to attend but more than 70,000 showed up.
Defending the advert, Elisa Allen, Director Peta UK, told IBTimes UK that the public 'will get the humour'.
Zac Goldsmith vows senior cabinet members including Boris Johnson would never support Heathrow.
PM tells NHS boss health service should focus on getting rid of £22bn deficit.
Defence secretary Michael Fallon says UK firms will not have to 'name and shame' workers.
'Does it make me someone who is trying to do best for my family?' asks the shadow attorney general.
Thousands in Aleppo subjected to the torturous conditions that Putin's family faced during World War II.
Ukip's former deputy chairman has announced she is considering a bid for the party's leadership contest 'very carefully'.
Conor McGinn and Holly Lynch have stepped down citing 'family reasons' and 'constituency majorities'.
'Nobody… voted for the government to take an axe to the economy,' says Labour Brexit Secretary.
There will be 'no naming and shaming' of companies employing immigrants, says minister.
Strange sighting of an 'army' of androids crossing London bridges.