The scheme will see up to 62 saplings planted every day from January 1 in woodlands across Britain, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
Church and civic groups in El Salvador are expressing outrage after a court reduced a sexual abuse charge against a judge to a misdemeanor
Once you arrive in urban Hanoi, the city's love affair with motorbikes is obvious.
The death toll for wildfires raging across Australia’s most populous state has risen to four as authorities warn of worsening conditions to come
Jenifer de la Rosa was just a week old when Colombia’s Nevado del Ruiz volcano exploded, unleashing a wall of mud that buried an entire town and left 25,000 dead
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper landed in South Korea on Thursday to navigate renewed threats from an "enraged" North Korea and newly heightened strain in the alliance with Seoul that congressional aides, lawmakers and Korea experts say has been caused by President Donald Trump.
Ken Miles, from Sutton Coldfield, in Birmingham, emigrated to the US in 1951. He co-designed the GT40 with Carroll Shelby, and drove it during the epic showdown - but was cheated out of first place.
A bank teller has been charged in connection with a home invasion at the residence of a customer who'd made a large withdrawal of money, authorities in Maryland said.
Proposals in January suggested major banks would pay into a shared fund used to refund customers tricked into handing cash to fraudsters. But banks have rejected the idea.
The 67-year-old was found after his son saw the boat circling at Macduff and raised the alarm.
Credit rating agency Moody's dealt a blow yesterday to the financial reputations of several British universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.
Women in Scotland say they are falling through the cracks of health care despite suffering chronic pain.
A reduction in business rates for small firms is among a raft of measures pledged by the Conservatives.
An Australian nutrition coach and wholefoods chef has revealed what her typical 'day on a plate' looks like and the pantry staples that she swears by for staying healthy.
Spanish King Felipe VI has called for political diversity and freedom of expression during an official visit to Cuba
Roger Federer will be the first to admit that beating Novak Djokovic at the ATP Finals on Thursday night doesn't make up for his gut-wrenching defeat in the Wimbledon final but he avoided a double blow in London and inflicted some woe on the Serb himself.
Breakouts are directly linked to certain organs in your body and can be fixed by paying closer attention to your lungs, heart, stomach and digestive issues.
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: The Liverpool-based Halewood International has applied to trademark 'Vera Lynn' after the singer, who found fame during World War II.
Plans to part-nationalise the UK's broadband network and tax cuts for high street businesses are among the lead stories.
JOAN RYAN says her Irish immigrants parents, living in Lancashire, often faced discrimination, but she learned from them two crucial lessons: the dignity of work, and the evils of racism and prejudice.