International mediator Lakhdar Brahimi said on Wednesday that he does not expect to achieve anything substantive in the first round of Syria talks
A petition calling for pop star Justin Bieber to be deported back to Canada has collected more than 100,000 signatures – triggering a political hot
A new era in biology may be beginning soon, as scientists have found a way to create embryonic-type stem cells without actual embryos but by
Brussels, Saturday January 25, 5pm: a dozen people have worn their eyes out for hours on the MEPs’ handwritten financial interests declarations
An advert to promote bike safety has been banned – because it features a cyclist riding without a helmet.
The Advertising Standards Authority
Spanish researchers have unearthed surprising new evidence about what ancient Europeans looked like.
Genetic tests carried out on the remains of a
Libya’s Deputy Prime Minister Sadiq Abdulkarim survived an assassination attempt in the
capital Tripoli on Wednesday, the prime minister’s office
Internet giant Google is close to reaching an agreement with the European Commission (EC) over competition concerns.
The commission said the
Police in England stopped a learner driver – because she was accompanied by just a pet parrot.
It’s illegal in the UK for a learner to drive
Fresh footage has emerged of the moments before and after the alleged slaughter of up to 65 dolphins in Japan.
The video, shot by activists Sea
Two men have been handed three-year driving bans after being caught speeding at 144mph (231kph) – more than double the maximum UK limit.
It is feared that Mexico’s Walking Fish may be on death row, if the species axolotl hasn’t already been killed off by pollution and
Prosecutors will push ahead with the trial of a man caught stealing discarded food from a supermarket’s rubbish bin.
Paul May, 35, will go on trial