The Prime Minister said the attack 'sickens us all' and was a 'betrayal of Islam'
Visitors from 'high risk' nations to be asked for deposits of £1,000 or more
From Las Vegas to Luxor, they toast Ireland's patron saint with a wash of coloured light and a certain black stout. Sláinte! says Paul Bignell
The Week in Books
Egypt hit by strike threats after assembly backs President's power grab 'project'
Both sides of Egypt's political divide take to the streets as judges join protest against President's controversial decree
The government of Haiti has warned that Hurricane Sandy represents a "disaster of major proportions," which could bring food shortages as well as an imminent spike in the number of life-threatening cholera cases.
For over a decade, David Brooks of the New York Times has been probably the most influential columnist in America. Influence is impossible to measure, of course, but one reason he has thrived is that politicians of all sides take his calls, thinking he will judge them according to their merit, and not because of ideological predisposition. That is a central tenet of what it is to be a moderate, and he devotes his column today to a lengthy exploration of that word.
Something to Declare
Reds knocked off another perch as United manager admits Mancini's men are more than just 'noisy neighbours'
Barack Obama and David Cameron today evoke the wartime partnership of Churchill and Roosevelt as they promise to stand shoulder-to-shoulder in tackling the turbulence in world trouble-spots and the global economic crisis.
National survey reveals that those living in Northern Ireland are the most content
North Face millionaire environmentalist fights to set up vast wetlands park in Argentina
Staff in the NHS and other services are being shifted into mutual-style programmes based on the John Lewis model
From games to geography, Rhodri Marsden selects indispensable tools for navigating, learning, enjoying yourself, or just killing time on the go.