Officials are worried the oil could wash up on tourist beaches just as the season starts
The scaling back of search and rescue operations 'created the conditions that led to massive loss of life', the damning report states
The barrier is being built as a response to the anticipated flow of refugees trying to enter Austria from Italy
Traffickers 'amending business model' to challenge EU policy of intercepting and sinking boats used for trafficking refugees
Cutting back on red meat and dairy products in favour of fish, vegetables and olive oil could help the brain stay youthful
But don't try and scrimp on the cheap stuff
'The numbers in the camp are only about 3,000 and could be easily handled'
The call comes as EU leaders back moves to accelerate the deportation of failed asylum-seekers
An uneven recovery began to strengthen. The US, despite having to cope with feuding over its budget, seems to have sped up
Ireland is asking its citizens to leave the country if they can't find a job in a desperate bid to slash welfare costs.
Whether or not they knew of the earlier disaster, more desperate migrants risked their lives to reach Europe on Friday, and at least 34 died
The fatuous talk of giving the island a Nobel Prize only distracts from the root problem
Q. I'm thinking of booking a late deal to Tunisia. Is October a good time to go? Should we choose all-inclusive or bed-and-breakfast? And is it safe to holiday there? Katherine Stephens
Veteran broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald has said that he will never do another TV series on prisoners because the experience has been so difficult.
The man who pays his way
The deployment follows a spy ship sent to the region on Monday