New CCTV footage showing a man suspected of stabbing to death his six-year-old sister, their mother and her partner, was released by UK police today.


US official: Iraq forces lack will to fight

Defence secretary critical of US bid to help Iraq fight Islamic State


‘Beautiful Mind’ mathematician killed in crash

Nobel Prize winner John Forbes Nash and his wife and his wife Alicia were killed in a taxi crash in New Jersey.


EU citizens to be barred from voting in UK referendum

Citizens from most EU countries living in the UK will be barred from voting in the referendum on whether to sever ties with Brussels promised by David Cameron.


QUIRKY WORLD ... Discovery of brains a real head-scratcher for police

US: Nine brains were found along a street in a New York village, but authorities say there’s nothing to fear.


Swedish TV star is Eurovision ‘hero’

It could only happen at the Eurovision Song Contest— TV presenter preforming an electro-pop ballad dancing in front of a black screen with animated gnomes, wins the final.

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‘Trolling’ convictions increase eightfold in a decade

Convictions for crimes under a law used to prosecute internet trolls have increased eightfold in a decade, UK figures reveal.


Sarandon urges tourists to visit earthquake-hit Nepal

Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon is urging tourists to come to Nepal, where two powerful earthquakes in the last month killed thousands of people and raised concerns that the nation’s vital tourism industry could be seriously hurt.

A protester is arrested after the acquittal of Michael Breloover the shooting deaths of two unarmed suspects in Cleveland.

Governor praises peaceful protests after officer cleared

Ohio Governor John Kasich has praised the mostly peaceful protests following the acquittal of a white patrolman charged in the deaths of two unarmed black motorists in a barrage of police gunfire.