Two tourists have been trampled to death by an elephant after they got too close to the animal while taking pictures.
Heathrow Airport has launched an investigation after a memory stick containing confidential security information was found on a London street.
Simon Cowell has missed the first live show of this year’s X Factor after being treated in hospital following his reported fall down stairs at his London home.
A gifted young scientist has admitted cajoling children and adults into online sex abuse and blackmailing them into performing even more degrading acts.
The “sacred” flame from Tokyo’s 1964 Olympics was meant to burn forever… but an embarrassed official has revealed that it actually went out four years ago.
Witnesses of an attack in Barcelona’s historic tourist district have spoken out.
A second man has been arrested by police investigating the alleged kidnapping of a British model.
A man reported missing a month ago – sparking a search involving divers, mountain rescue and dogs – has been found dead at his house.
One person has been killed and three others injured in a shooting at a nightclub in southern Germany.
A man who killed one person in a knife attack at a supermarket in Germany was known to security forces.
A 16-year-old boy has been charged after five acid attacks in London.
What could possibly persuade women from Germany, Indonesia or Russia to leave peaceful nations for a new life in a pariah ‘state’ at war with all around and with streets soaked in the blood of its victims?
Sally Jones – the former punk rocker who became the leading female recruitment officer for IS, married a now-dead jihadist and took her son to Raqqa – wants to come home to Britain, it has been claimed.
A drug lord who had plastic surgery to change his appearance has been captured in Brazil after three decades on the run.
A Canadian soldier has become the first female Captain of the Queen’s Guard at Buckingham Palace.
UK and EU negotiators have begun historic talks on Britain leaving the bloc – with both sides seeking to strike a positive tone.
The cladding used to insulate Grenfell Tower, widely blamed for spreading the devastating blaze, is banned in Britain, Philip Hammond has said.
Two hundred firefighters and 40 fire engines are battling a large fire on a west London estate.
Photos of the fake suicide belts worn by the London Bridge attackers have been released, showing disposable water bottles wrapped in masking tape.
The exit poll predicts that the Conservatives will be the largest party but will not have a majority which means there will be a hung parliament.