Tarek Chowdhury, 64, was taken to hospital after the incident but later died
Iceland held a snap legislative election on 29 October but no party gained a clear majority
Seventy-one people, including most of the players of a leading Brazilian football team, were killed in the crash
In June, the UN Human Rights Committee ruled Ireland’s abortion laws subjected Amanda Mellet to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment
The demonstrations mark the fifth straight weekend of protests in the country and are among the largest seen since the pro-democracy protests of the 1980s
'Fidel Castro was one of the most iconic personalities of the 20th century'
Peru has some of the strictest regulations on fireworks in Latin America
Renewable sources accounted for 40 per cent of all energy consumption in Finland last year
Snow last fell in central Tokyo in 1962
Between 20mm and 30mm of rain is expected to fall during a three to six hour period in some areas
'He will be your president and and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country'
The US and Russian leaders spoke for four minutes at an economic summit in Lima, Peru
Hundreds of people were trapped inside the wreckage after 14 coaches of the Indore-Patna Express came off the tracks
Attacks prompt White House to condemn Syrian regime and Russia for ‘heinous actions’
The Imprisonment for Public Protection scheme was scrapped in 2012 after it emerged it was being used more widely than intended
A mathematician at the University of Barcelona has estimated there is a 13 per cent chance humanity will fail to see out the 21st Century