Only second referendum or election would boost case for extension, EU sources sayThe UK will not be saved from crashing out of the EU via an extension of the article 50 negotiations unless there is a major realignment in British politics, most likely thro...
A man from south London has been charged with a terror offence, the Metropolitan Police has said.
Pakistan's top court on Sunday said it had begun reviewing statements made by a judge alleging the country's spy agencies were influencing judicial proceedings, as the powerful military called for an investigation.
Hundreds of members of Syria's "White Helmet" civil defence group have fled advancing government forces and been spirited over the border into Jordan with the help of Israeli soldiers and Western powers, officials said on Sunday.
Police say that they have embarked on a plan to nab those responsible for a shooting in KwaZulu-Natal which killed 11 people affiliated to the Ivory Park taxi association.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said Sunday he supports President Donald Trump interacting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but that Trump should be aware of Putin's human rights record and zero-sum approach to the US-Russia relationship.
Men's, women's and mixed teams gather pledges to pull a 20-ton firetruck over a measured distance in the shortest time possible.
New York is no longer the big cheese.
Jonathan Gold, who became the first restaurant critic to win the Pulitzer Prize for criticism, has died.
A SPOOKY “blood moon” hits our skies on Friday and has sparked bizarre claims by Doomsdayers the phenomenon will signal the end of the world.
SIR Vince Cable allegedly missed a crucial Brexit vote last week because he was attending secret talks on launching a new centrist party.
BREXIT Secretary Dominic Raab has accused the EU of "irresponsibly" ramping up pressure in withdrawal negotiations. The comments came as Mr Raab indicated he was still trying to persuade all members of the Cabinet that Theresa May's Chequers compromise ag...