Police from the Palace, the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were reportedly first on the scene
Mr Pichai is poised to become one of the highest paid executives of a publicly traded company
Two regional commuter trains crash head-on south of Munich, sparking a major emergency services response
UN investigators called the deaths of those detained by the regime a crime against humanity
Housing mandarins say the measure has been drastically extended since it was first proposed by the Tories and 'threatens the future of social housing'
'These are the voices of doctors right now. That’s what they feel'
The candidates were supposed to come out one by one in order of their positions on the podium – but it almost immediately fell apart
In April, new immigration laws will see tens of thousands of skilled workers deported from the UK - at a cost of around half a billion pounds to the Treasury. The Independent met the people Ms May wants to spend that money getting rid of
The move has been compared to Nazi Germany - yet it is supported more in the UK than in Denmark itself
The cases are not said to be related, and both involve people who have travelled to the Zika-affected region
A "powerful" explosion has been reported at a secondary school in Karlstad, Sweden.
But how often is the tradition right?
The Sanders camp claimed victory as Trump attempted to seem fine with second place
The technique could help explain and ultimately eradicate many diseases in humans - but it is not without controversy
The case has prompted a full-scale diplomatic row between Berlin and Moscow
The university rejected the idea of more legislation to encourage a greater intake of ethnic minority students