Car accidents are the main cause of death for British holidaymakers. Outside Europe, life for road users is getting riskier
So far nine people have been rescued alive after the Rigopiano hotel was hit by an avalanche
Maremma sheepdogs Lupo and Nuvola, feared killed, found four kilometres away from hotel and reunited with puppies
‘Yesterday, a new America. Today - a new Europe,’ anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders tells cheering crowds
'Help, we're dying of cold,' one couple trapped inside wrote to rescuers
Initial 5.3 earthquake followed by powerful 5.7 and 5.3 events within minutes of each other
Prime Minister says no one is believed to have died in the earthquakes
Police dig dead man out of snow in Greece after 180 drown in Mediterranean boat disaster
Rescuers find two people crushed in overcrowded dinghy, while four more drown off Spain
Weakened pound provides boost for online retailer; sports shop hails ‘exceptional’ Christmas trading, Housebuilder sees strong demand lifting half-yearly profits
Ferrero has launched an advertising campaign in an attempt to reassure people its product is safe
Interior ministry funding courses for preachers from Islam and other 'unofficial' religions
One in three Britons feel this year will be no better than 2016
'Maybe Facebook would prefer the statue to be dressed again'
Italian 48-year-old allegedly hid pornographic home videos in covers bearing the names of popes
Brexit, the election of Donald Trump and the capitulation of Matteo Renzi in Italy: many have concluded that 2016 was the year the “left behinds” of the Western world struck back. But is this interpretation correct?