Burkina Faso’s government says gunmen killed at least 18 civilians over the weekend in an attack on a village in the northern Sahel region
Lucinda and Victoria Rolph advertised over 190 litters of pedigree puppies for sale, selling some dogs for as much as £1,500 each. Experts say the pair's business may well have made up to £1.5million.
Lifestyle vlogger Ella Dvornik, 29, from Croatia, shared the shocking photograph online with her 358,000 followers on Facebook. She said bleeding gums had become 'normal' for her.
The police officer launched himself on the bonnet of the car in the Nangloi area of New Delhi, India. The driver tried to escape a checkpoint so the police officer attempted to stop the car.
Emergency health orders only last for a week, but the new laws will extend them to three months, in response to the novel coronavirus.
Spanish authorities say that Madrid's international airport was closed for over an hour following the sighting of drones
Terence Whall had claimed they were having sex when Gerald Corrigan was shot with a crossbow.
Bernard Ebbers, the former CEO of WorldCom, who went to prison in 2006 for his role in an $11 billion accounting fraud case, has died.
Horseman Coaches says none of its drivers were in contact with the British evacuees from Wuhan.
Natasha Wright, 27, from Weymouth, Dorset, explained her daughter Niamh, two, was left in pain and with red marks around her neck after becoming stuck in the night.
The coronavirus outbreak has killed at least 362 people and infected more than 17,300 globally, as it continues to spread beyond China. One person outside mainland China, a man in the Philippines, has died. CNN's David Culver reports from Beijing, China.
A children's mental health charity backed by Kate Middleton, 38, is closing eight of its facilities due to financial pressures. They are now developing a more accessible and financially-viable model.
The man who unwittingly discovered the dismembered remains of murdered teenager Keane Mulready-Woods on January 13 said he was shaken to his core.
Andrea Horvathova, 23, died after taking numerous substances including Alpha PVP, better known as flakka, crystal, gravel, or bath salts while at a party in Plymouth in March 2018.
Germany and Austria are at odds over plans for a new tax on financial transactions, raising more questions about the chances of the levy becoming reality after years of talks
The novel coronavirus that has claimed over 350 lives and infected thousands in China may have originated from bats, according to two latest studies published in the journal Nature on Monday. The studies found that the virus was closely related to a group of SARS-like coronaviruses previously identified in bats in China.
When he delivers his State of the Union address Tuesday evening, President Donald Trump will directly cross paths with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for the first time in months.
The show defends its presenters for asking the singer about losing his mother and sister.
Edward Vines is sentenced to a further three years in jail for writing to the journalist's mother.
The tactic has been repeated several times since it was infamously utilised by the London Bridge terror attackers in 2017 (pictured).