Workers have begun work on iconic statue's thumb damaged during storm
Roger Pratt, 62, and his wife Margaret had planned to leave the St Lucian port to continue their round-the-world voyage just hours before the attack, but had been prevented by officials
Violent attacks on Polish, German and Danish travellers reported already this year
The man who pays his way
The captain was out in the first over
In its attempt to chase ratings, the Channel 4 programme merely reinforces stereotypes about people who rely on the state
A Canadian company has discovered that Nenthead may be sitting on one of Europe's biggest deposits
Secretive state says resumption of programme has been delayed due to planned military drills in the South
A giant plastic snow globe meant to protect the famous statue of Eros in Piccadilly Circus over Christmas has mysteriously broken, showering shoppers in polystyrene pellets.
Intifadas and ongoing tensions are keeping Christian pilgrims and tourists away from Bethlehem, says
Six years of deep recession have shrunk Greek economy by a quarter and shut thousands of businesses. Fish farming is seen as one of the few sectors that could help pull Greece out of its economic quagmire, if it sorts itself out first.
Tourists’ attempted fightback in crucial Third Test in Perth is restricted by indisciplined batting, tight Australian bowling and sheer bad luck
David Nixon was sacked on the spot during England's warm-up match against a Chairman's XI for allegedly introducing Panesar in an Indian accent
Chairman’s XI v England, tour match, Traeger Park Oval, second day
As if he had not done enough damage, Mitchell Johnson verbally bounced England on Wednesday. In a press conference in Perth, his home town, the fastest bowler in the world announced that Australia would continue bouncing their opponents.
The ICC have hit Clarke with a 20% fine of his match fee after his comments in the closing stages of the first Test in Brisbane