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French interior minister faces financial probe
Prosecutors have opened a preliminary inquiry following allegations that Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux hired his daughters while they were student.
Trump fans in Kentucky unmoved by FBI probe into Russian links
As Donald Trump appeared at a rally in Kentucky, his supporters appeared unimpressed by news the FBI is to investigate possible collusion between his election team and…
Ousted S.Korean president is questioned over bribery allegations
Ousted South Korean leader Park Geun-hye has been question by prosecutors over a corruption scandal which has cost her the presidency.
The FBI turns on Trump
The Director of the agency disputes the US president's wiretapping claim and confirms claims of Russian collusion are under investigation
US intelligence chiefs to testify on Trump-Russia claims
Allegations that Russia meddled in the 2016 US election will be addressed by FBI Director James Comey at a Congressional hearing on Monday.
Tests show Paris airport attacker had taken drink and drugs
French authorities say blood tests show the man shot dead after attacking soldiers at Orly airport had taken alcohol, cocaine and cannabis.
Interpol issues "red notice" for North Koreans in murder mystery
Interpol has issued a “red notice”, the closest instrument to an international arrest warrant, for four North Koreans wanted over last month’s murder of Kim Jong…
White House intrusion was fourth security breach in just 30 months
A man will reappear in court on Monday after scaling the fence and entering the grounds late on Friday night
'Media reports' informed Angela Merkel about Dieselgate
German Chancellor Angela Merkel only found out about the Volkswagen emissions scandal through media reports, she has told a parliamentary committee of inquiry.
George Michael died from natural causes
Officials in the UK say there is no need for further inquiries into the death of the 53-year-old, who rose to stardom in the 1980s with his group Wham!, before embarking on a successful solo career.
Irish PM set to widen probe into Church-run homes
Ireland is expected to widen an inquiry into former Church-run homes for unmarried mothers on the orders of the country’s prime minister.
Brother-in-law admits murdering French family
49-year-old Pascal Troadec disappeared a fortnight ago, along with his wife Brigitte, 21-year-old son Sebastien and 18-year-old daughter, Charlotte.
MH370 relatives launch appeal for new search for missing flight
Nearly three-years after the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight, families campaign for privately-funded search to put an end to the mystery.
More French conservatives abandon Fillon's ship
François Fillon still intends to fight on despite an embezzlement scandal and the departures of more key figures from his campaign team.
Caterpillar raided in tax probe
US federal law enforcement officials raided heavy machinery manufacturer Caterpillar facilities, apparently part of a tax investigation.
Polish MEP faces investigation for sexist rant during EU debate
Far-right polish MEPJanusz Korwin-Mikke is to be investigated by the European Parliament for insisting women should earn less money then men.
Mystery as family-of-four disappear in France
Prosecutors in Nantes have opened an investigation into murder, abduction and illegal confinement. Intensive searches are underway for the Troadec family who have disappeared from their bloodstained h
Kim Jong-nam: Malaysia to free North Korean murder suspect
Malaysia has said it will free and deport a North Korean man held in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam.
Israeli PM is slammed over conduct in 2014 Gaza war
"Israel needs to fix flaws" revealed in a scathing report on the conduct of the PM and that of former defence officials during the 2014 Gaza war
Former FIFA official Valcke to appeal ban from football
The Former secretary general of football’s world governing body Fifa is to appeal his ten-year ban from all football-related activities.
Another float accident blights Rio's carnival
At least 11 people have been injured after a float collapsed during Rio's world-famous Carnival Parade. It comes after a float belonging to the Paraiso de Tuiuti samba school crashed on Sunday, injuri
El Salvador's beloved national hippo is beaten to death
The country has reacted with shock and horror after Gustavito was beaten to death in his pen at the national zoo.
Rio carnival crash: at least a dozen people injured after float hits barrier
At least a dozen people have been injured, one seriously, following a float crash at Rio de Janeiro’s world famous carnival parade.
Kim Jong Nam 'died within 20 minutes' of nerve agent attack
The Malaysian authorities have completed an autopsy report following the murder of the North Korean leader's half-brother.
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US shooting investigated as potential hate crime
A 51-year-old man from Kansas has been charged with killing an Indian engineer and wounding two other men when he opened fire in a bar.