House of Representatives speaker says Congress may be 'compelled' to impeach the US president if the 25th amendment is not invoked to remove him
BREAKING: France brings forward nightly COVID curfew from 20h to 18h in more than a dozen regions.
EU chief negotiator tells European ambassadors he remains ready to negotiate even beyond the New Year, when Britain leaves the single market
The Justice Department revealed charges accusing a Libyan bomb expert in the 1988 explosion of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, an attack that killed 259 people in the air and an additional 11 on the ground.
Two men convicted in UK of killing 39 migrants found dead in truck container last year
It came just three months before the deadly November 13 attacks in Paris.
Ireland's data regulator fines Twitter €450,000 in first sanction against US firm under GDPR
Gerard Houllier, former manager of Liverpool, Lyon, PSG and France, has died aged 73
John le Carre, who worked for Britain's intelligence service before turning his experience into fiction, has died aged 89.
Romania PM Ludovic Orban resigns after narrow election defeat to left-leaning populists
Diego Maradona's doctor is reportedly under investigation for manslaughter four days after the iconic footballer died of a heart attack at his home, according to an Argentinian news agency.
A former weightlifter and bodybuilder, Prowse became a film icon for portraying the imposing physical figure of Vadar in the sci-fi franchise.
The UK finance minister has told parliament that the economic emergency is only just beginning, as he outlines the government's spending plans.