Syrian government troops broke a years-long Islamic State group siege of the eastern city of Deir el-Zour on Tuesday, retaking one of the militants' last major footholds and freeing thousands trapped in the contested enclave near the Iraqi border.
Britain’s dairy industry is planning to splash out on a £1.2 million marketing campaign as it struggles to counter attacks from increasingly vocal vegan activists. News of the campaign comes after anti-dairy groups marked the first World Plant Milk Day on August 22, while thousands of protesters marched
Four British soldiers have been arrested on suspicion of preparing acts as terrorism as suspected members of the banned neo-Nazi group National Action.
Looters broke into a flooded Houston home last week while the body of an elderly flood victim was still floating inside the property.
A blocked toilet is nobody's idea of fun, but it turned into the stuff of nightmares for one five-year-old from Southend, Essex, when he lifted the lid to discover a three-foot-long python.
At least 20 survivors and witnesses of the Grenfell Tower fire have attempted suicide since the deadly incident, a charity has claimed, warning that more such cases could arise in the coming weeks and months.
Twenty years after her death, one in three Britons think Princess Diana was assassinated and almost two thirds are at least open to the possibility.
In an ironic twist on an endemic problem, the United Nations came under fire on Friday after it emerged that its office for Human Rights was advertising for a months-long unpaid internship.
A cycling magazine has been forced to apologise after using the caption "token attractive woman" for a photo of a female cyclist in its latest edition.
The grieving husband of a woman who was killed when a 'remorseless' courier rammed into her on an illegal bike has called for new laws to tackle "irresponsible and reckless" cycling as he paid a heartbreaking tribute to his late wife.
The White House announced on Monday that Tomas J. Philipson, a health care economist whose company advises pharmaceutical companies that charge patients huge amounts of money for crucial drugs, was joining the President's Council of Economic Advisors. That news came just hours after Trump publicly
Gabriella Engels, the 20-year-old South African model who accused Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe of attacking her with an extension cord at a hotel in Johannesburg, says she doesn’t understand what caused Mugabe to her “with so much hate” that she feared for her life. Engels claims she was assaulted
If you had your heart set on a date with an infamous neo-Nazi then bad news: dating site OkCupid took the unusual step of banning one individual who participated in last weekend’s rally in Virginia for life on Thursday, and naming them publicly. “We were alerted that white supremacist Chris Cantwell
Increasingly isolated in the White House, President Trump is facing criticism from all sides following his nuclear standoff with North Korea and response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville.
A man has been arrested after a white van plowed into a packed summer crowd in Barcelona’s historic Las Ramblas district on Thursday, killing at least 13 people, injuring dozens of others and sending hundreds fleeing.
A Birmingham councillor has vowed not to let racist graffiti divide the community after an image of a wall in the city covered with the words "no whites allowed after 8pm" went viral.
Anything the Mooch can do, White House chief strategist Steve Bannon can apparently do better. Bannon is reportedly claiming that a bombshell interview in which he undercut the President's aggressive stance on North Korea, dismissed the alt-right as "clowns", claimed the U.S. is in an
Brexit Secretary David Davis doesn't bother reading his briefing notes, according to his former chief of staff.