Danish inventor Peter Madsen given life sentence for murdering journalist Kim Wall on his submarine
Women take to the streets of Iran without the veil as they show support for woman who was viciously beaten by 'morality police'
A Russian scientist who claimed to develop the nerve agent that poisoned Sergei Skripal has reportedly been hit by a car in Russia
UK one of worst countries in western Europe for press freedom because of new media-muzzling laws and climate of hostility towards journalists. The country ranked 40 out of 180 in 2018 World Press Freedom Index, report compiled by influential non-profit organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
Dogs cannot get ‘autism’, British Veterinary Association warns after ‘anti-vaxx’ movement spread to pets
Schools are removing analogue clocks from exam halls as teenagers 'cannot tell the time'
Miss Universe 2013 Host Thomas Roberts Confirms: Trump Stayed Overnight in Moscow
Facebook confirmed it has a confidential agreement with Aleksandr Kogan, the man at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica scandal
Russia claims it has a US Tomahawk cruise missile and will use it to improve its own weapons
Toronto police officer hailed as hero for arresting suspect without firing shot
Apple will start paying $16 billion in back taxes to Ireland
Jeff Bezos at Berlin prize ceremony greeted by protests against Amazon - The billionaire businessman was in Germany to be honored by publisher Axel Springer for business innovation and social responsibility. But Amazon's European workers argue that the company's practices are the opposite.
The world's 11,000 bird species are in the midst of a major biodiversity crisis—with one in eight threatened by extinction—because of human activity, according to a five-year study published Monday..."while the report focuses on birds, its conclusions are relevant to biodiversity more generally."
International Watchdogs Warn of Worldwide Threats to Freedom of the Press
Record levels of plastic discovered in Arctic sea ice
A single yoghurt can max-out children's daily sugar allowance, officials warn - Analysis of major brands by Public Health Liverpool found some products contain the equivalent of almost five sugar cubes.
The only polar bear ever born in the tropics has died in Singapore of age-related ailments. "We have jointly made the difficult but necessary decision to not revive Inuka from anaesthesia on humane grounds," the Singapore Zoo said in a statement.
Second Gazan journalist shot by Israel during border protest dies of wounds
Fatbergs pose threat to human health by acting as breeding grounds for superbugs immune to antibiotics. Analysis of 750-metre fatberg - a congealed mass of fat and discarded items - in London sewer revealed strains of bacteria including E coli and listeria which are resistant to life-saving drugs.
'Money talks': A $1.2 trillion fund manager is about to pull investment from companies that won't act on climate change
International Inuit group upset about Russian rocket - fuelled by toxic hydrazine - splashdown in Arctic waters
Kim Jong-un executes six people for trying to smuggle out North Korea’s phonebook
A German state has ordered that Christian crosses should be placed on the entrance of all government buildings. Bavaria's conservative government has said the crosses should not be seen as religious symbols, but are meant to reflect "cultural identity and Christian-western influence."
Iraq Elections: Fake Sex Tapes Created to Taint Female Candidates
The UK has been powered without coal for three days in a row, setting a new record and underlining the polluting fuel’s rapid decline. Demand lower following recent warm weather, making it easier for gas, renewables and nuclear to cover UK’s needs.
FBI raided Manafort over records of Trump Tower meeting with Russians, Mueller confirms
Facebook post connected to suspect in van rampage cites ‘incel rebellion’
Amazon workers booed Jeff Bezos in Berlin
Saudi female gym shut down after ‘indecent video’ shows woman in tight clothes
Popular messaging service Whatsapp is banning under-16s from using its platform in the European Union. Users must currently be at least 13, but the firm is changing the rules ahead of the introduction of new EU data privacy regulations in May.
Passages from the Bible discovered behind Qur'an manuscript - The only recorded palimpsest in which a Christian text has been effaced to make way for the Islamic holy text is to go on sale at Christie’s
Nigeria Church Attack Leaves 19 Dead Including Two Priests
Britain must permanently return all artifacts from Ethiopia held by Victoria and Albert Museum and Addis Ababa will not accept them on loan, an Ethiopian government official said...call comes after museum put Ethiopian treasures plundered by British forces in 1868 on display.
BBC News: Kim Wall murder: Peter Madsen guilty
Novichok creator hit by car
"Exclusive: U.S. team in refugee camps investigating atrocities against Rohingya" -
48 Million Incredibly Detailed Cambridge Analytica-style Profiles Leaked Online
Russia, China Pledge New Military Ties, Challenge U.S.
Saudi Arabia threatens 'fall' of Qatar government, unless it pays for US troops in Syria
'Upskirting' could become a criminal offence, says campaigner - The UK Ministry of Justice is "looking seriously" at making upskirting a criminal offence, a campaigner has told Sky News.