Government whip suggests gold for 'Empire' means Brexit will be a success
Yuusuf Warsame, 8, was visiting relatives with his mother, brother and sister
Local politicians and even members of the national Parliament have expressed outrage at scandal in rural high school
A woman has been shot by police after she launched a knife attack on bus passengers in the Uccle suburb of Brussels.
Voters angered by corruption and a lack of public services gave victory by a comfortable margin to the Democratic Alliance (DA) – a party once seen as serving rich white South Africans
‘I want him to know that I am still thinking about him. Just because we got separated, that does not mean that I don’t think about him’
What began as an isolated outbreak in Angola has now claimed hundreds of lives
'Each aspect of Mr Halawa's case' constitutes breach of international law, according to new report by UK lawyers
Italian minister says country will seek to break an EU cap on government debt
New figures suggest the Government is spending more just on Crossrail in London than on all projects across the whole of northern England
Isis media arm, citing ‘security source’ says assailant acted in response to calls to carry out terror attacks in Europe
Fatima Aberkan's freedom comes with conditions that include a ban on her visiting Molenbeek, Brussels, which has longstanding issues with radicalisation
Police say they cannot rule out "terrorism as a motivation" after a woman in her sixties was killed and five people were injured in a mass stabbing in Russell Square, and warned Londoners will wake up to an increased police presence on the streets of the capital on Thursday.
Facebook granted emergency police request to have black woman’s profile shut down during impasse
President says in TV address that coup ‘scenario was written outside of Turkey’
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack which, despite the size of the initial blast, appeared to have caused limited casualties