Articles by Peter Carty
Ukip poster features Swastika and suggests political rivals are targeting Britain just as the Nazis did.
Bernard Cazeneuve calls for US tech giants to immediately cooperate with French authorities
The UK's FTSE stock exchange index has reachest highest point this century amid global economic turmoil
Lars Vilks is believed to have been the target of the Copenhagen cafe shooting.
Police officers and civillians shot at meeting to discuss blasphemy and freedom of speech in Netherlands
Fatal attack is the second shark attack in Australia of the year, but scientists say fear of shark attacks is overblown.
Martial law will definitely be imposed throughout Ukraine if the ceasefire fails, according to President Poroshenko.
Special iPhone 6 is coated in gold and encrusted with diamonds.
Thai officials urge unmarried Thais to not have sex on the most romantic day of the year
Council tenants are to be forced from the Sutton Estate in Chelsea following its planned demolition
UK and Israeli professors grow new cardiac tissue from stem cells
Sightings of large rats are on the rise in UK cities due to wet weather, resistance to pesticides and careless food disposal.
AirAsia co-pilot's body recovered from crashed plane on sea floor still strapped to seat.
Kayla Mueller's parents are begging IS to communicate with them directly and they remain hopeful she is alive.
Public Health England warns supermarket chains to keep daffodils away from fruit and veg
Ireland's tougher anti-terrorism laws created against perceived threat from fighters returning from the Middle East
Muslim hackers have taken down the EDL website in advance of today's demonstration in Birmingham
Memorial plaque is to be unveiled at Everton's Goodison Park ground today
Eastern Ukraine's main rebel leader says he has launched an offensive against the government-held port city of Mariupol
Spanish police have arrested four suspected Islamist terrorists in the north African enclave of Ceuta