A jihadist bride arrested at Heathrow with her son is understood to be the first to return to Britain with a child born under Islamic State in Syria.
A thug stamped on a woman's head and robbed her of just £20 while witnesses filmed the attack on their smartphones.
The UK is well placed for growth despite Brexit due to rises in global trade, said a Conservative economics grandee who voted Remain.
New York paediatrician took photos of the genitals of children he claimed was for his own research according to police.
The size of a 500g packet of Digestives will be cut by 100g due to rising costs following UK's Brexit vote.
A pensioner with a history of violence gunned down and dismembered her younger boyfriend according to police.
An argument between a woman and her neighbour's boyfriend over scrambled eggs ended in murder, said Louisville police.
Anti-mafia police swooped on 33 suspected Chinese gang members involved in gambling, prostitution, drugs and the transport of Chinese goods across Europe.
Robert Francis Krebs, accused of holding up bank in Tucson, Arizona, picked up by police in swoop on local hotels.
Charles Ponzi – the Italian convict who gave his name to financial scams – died 69 years ago today.
Thirty-six athletes withdraw from track meeting, prompting urgent review by Russia's athletics federation.
A "wicked and obsessed" builder kidnapped, raped and cut the throats of two women before putting one of their bodies in a padlocked freezer, a court has heard.
Fake and smuggled cigarettes seized from store whose owner 'didn't know it was illegal to sell them'
Thousands of smuggled cigarettes and tobacco were seized by customs officers hidden in holdalls in a Middlesbrough convenience store.
This is the moment a police officer injured during a gang-related ammonia attack administers first aid to members of the public caught up in the incident.
Acid attacker has been jailed for a further eight months after smuggling a mobile phone into his cell to call his former reality star girlfriend Ferne McCann
A Chinese college included an unusual question on its final exams - asking students whether they could identify their teacher.
Indian prisoners will be treated to "cow therapy" in a radical rehabilitation plan that involves rearing the cattle considered sacred by Hindus.
A daredevil Russian urban climber, Yevgeny Tikhonov, has been found frozen to death hanging from the roof of a snow-covered student dormitory.
South London teenager Jamil Jabbie, who stabbed his mother 23 times has pleaded guilty to wounding with intent.
For Donald Trump, being the commander-in-chief seems to mean that you get sole command of the presidential umbrella.
An island off the coast of Washington State, dubbed 'Paedophile Island', has become home to some of the most dangerous paedophiles and sex offenders in the US.
One of the largest diamonds ever found has been unearthed at a mine in Lesotho, southern Africa, and has an estimated value of $40m.
Patricia Dagorn dubbed the 'Black Widow of the Riviera' allegedly seduced and poisoned wealthy old men living in the South of France
The UK's top state primary school has banned hijabs and fasting and called on the government to issue firm guidelines to schools across the country.
A Belgian train driver, Cédric Grumiaux, is deliberately running his engine slowly - in order to get fired and move to a better job.
Police have issued a fresh appeal for the killers of business student James Owusu-Agyekum, who was gunned down in a case of mistaken identity.
Saudi Arabian women have been kicking tyres and nodding knowingly at the kingdom's first car exhibition aimed at women.
A surgeon, Simon Bramhall, who burned his initials into the livers of two patients has been fined £10,000.
At least 8,000 people have been arrested as anti-government protests in Iran enter their third week.
Horrifying footage has emerged of an arsonist getting more than he bargained for, as he becomes engulfed in a fireball.