Addressed to the South’s presidential office, the threat was made after effigies of Kim Jong-un were burnt in Seoul
Reason for FV Gaul's demise remains subject of speculation although official 2004 inquiry ruled out conspiracy theories
Britain’s survival rates for nine of the ten most common forms of cancer lag behind the European averages, a major study has shown.
After thousands of film and television stunts in which he developed innovative techniques and technology, Hal Needham became Hollywood's highest-paid stuntman, commanding $25,000 a time. He also directed his own screenplay for the comedy-action film Smokey and the Bandit. It was one the highest-grossing films of 1977, beginning a franchise that saw two cinematic sequels and number of television movies.
Military chief welcomes news as confirmation that UK still has ‘leading role to play’ in alliance
Man captured by North Korea in 1972 has returned home after 41 years
Lewis Morley was a photographer closer than most to London's swinging Sixties, capturing the flamboyant spirit of the times as he chronicled the new idols of British society, and he will always be internationally remembered for his defining image of Christine Keeler sitting naked astride a copy of an Arne Jacobsen chair. It became one of the most recognised and emulated images in photographic history.
The Ministry of Defence is to sell one of its historic Whitehall buildings as part of a money-saving drive.
A US senator has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of behaving like a "schoolyard bully" over his decision to ignore extradition requests from the US government over NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Selfish people have short-term advantage, but co-operation and communication win out in the long term
The veterans are in the country to find the remains of an aviator killed in the war
Britain’s nuclear deterrent does not require 24-hour patrols
American suspicions of Russia have reignited in wake of the whistleblower's flight
This year’s meeting of the Group of Eight – or the G8 – begins in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, on Monday. The summit draws the world’s most powerful leaders – as well as protests and disruption.
Even John Conteh, Alan Minter and Charlie Magri took beatings
Mikhail Gorbachev, the last President of the Soviet Union, has been admitted to the Kremlin hospital in Moscow for tests, amid growing concern over his health.