Articles by Peter Carty
Attacks on foreigners in Dresden have increased, as Pegida's popularity grows
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett described her party's numerous radical policies in an interview
The government is reportedly planning substantial cuts to the numbers of senior army officers
Prolonged drought is having a serious impact on south-east Brazil
Occupy plan a demonstration in Parliament Square London to mark Democracy Day
Prince Andrew buys an expensive Swiss chalet in Switzerland with his ex-wife.
Arrest is Zimmerman's latest encounter with the police following acquittal Trayvon Martin's death.
Thinktank says majority of big charities' incomes come from the UK government.
Mumbai Police block more than 650 social media posts featuring Charlie Hebdo cartoons.
A survey indicates that only 27% of Britons would fight for their country.
Ukraine is also seeking urgent financial help as peace talks hope fades.
Met Office warns of hurricane-force winds will hit Shetland and the UK today.
The sanctions unveiled by Obama on Friday against North Korea appear to add little to existing sanctions.
Ambulance services around the UK are spending large amounts of money designing and adapting vehicles for obese patients
Nurse Deborah Bone was to be recognised for her work in children's mental heath.
Right-wing thinktank raises fears of a US-style knock-on effect in heroin abuse.
Restaurants in China are using robot waiters and the use of robots in the country is on the rise
Pete Doherty is reported to be drugs free after a spell in a rehabilitation centre in Thailand
Three Ipswich men have been arrested following several deaths in Suffolk linked to a dangerous batch of pills.
Police have arrested a man after a man was found dead at a Waterloo railway station bus stop.