The powerhouse judge: Rosemarie Aquilina
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina delivered a landmark ruling that spoke directly to the ‘MeToo’ era earlier this week after she sentenced serial rapist and former Olympic...
Frontex to launch new Central Mediterranean operation
New Joint Operation Themis will assist Italy in border control activities, continue search an rescue, and have an enhanced law enforcement focus
Afghan forces siege on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul

9 dead in siege on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul

9 dead in siege on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul

Italian government to crack down on fake news

Reports of fake news can be made on the website of Italy's postal police,...

Reports of fake news can be made on the website of...

Turkish jets strike Kurds in Syria as the US urges calm

Turkey says it is launching a full military operation against the Kurds - which...

Turkey says it is launching a full military operation...

Three Michelin star French chef Paul Bocuse dies aged 91

Paul Bocuse, known as the “pope” of French Gastronomy, died...

Paul Bocuse, known as the “pope” of French...

Pele not in hospital, spokesperson says

77-year-old Brazilian football legend Pele is resting at home, spokesperson says, amid prior reports that he had been hospitalised after collapse due...

77-year-old Brazilian football legend Pele is resting at...

Special UK deal possible after Brexit – President Emmanuel Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron says he believes that a special trade deal...

French President Emmanuel Macron says he believes that a...

US government in shutdown after budget bill failure

The US government has failed to secure Senate consensus on the budget leading...

The US government has failed to secure Senate consensus on...

Pope Francis Accuses Bishop's Critics Of Slander, angering Chile abuse victims

The Pope said there was "no proof" for their claims that abuse by Father Fernando Karadima had been covered up by Bishop Juan Barros

The Pope said there was "no proof" for their...

Baby killed and at least 17 injured as car hits pedestrians near Rio's Copacabana beach

The driver is suspected of having a “blackout” because of epilepsy while driving the car

The driver is suspected of having...

Mother and daughter shot dead while immunising children from polio in Pakistan

The two were providing polio immunisation drops to children when two gunmen riding on a motorcycle shot them

The two were providing polio immunisation drops to...

Boris Johnson proposes 22-mile bridge across the Channel

The UK Foreign secretary discussed building another transport link across the...

The UK Foreign secretary discussed building another...

New Zealand PM pregnant with first child

New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, will be the second elected world leader to give birth while in office, and the first to do so in almost 30...

New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, will be...

Stop Soros: Hungarian lawmakers present new legislation to curb immigration

A new bill put forward by Hungarian MPs in effort to curb immigration has been dubbed the 'Stop Soros Act', referring to billionaire political activist...

A new bill put forward by Hungarian MPs in effort to curb...

Germany: Growing far-right group forming their own army

The Reichsbuerger movement now has almost 16,000 members while it plans an army...

The Reichsbuerger movement now has almost 16,000 members...

Convicted Auschwitz guard pleads for mercy

The 96-year-old former Auschwitz guard has launched a bid for clemency in...

The 96-year-old former Auschwitz guard has launched a...

[WATCH] 14 injured in pizzeria explosion in Belgium

An explosion injured 14 people and destroyed three residential...

An explosion injured 14 people and destroyed three...

California police discover 13 'emaciated' siblings imprisoned in family home

Thirteen malnourished siblings ranging in age from two to 29 were found imprisoned by their parents in their family home 

Thirteen malnourished siblings ranging in age from two to...

Britain warns it could cut foreign aid to developing countries

The UK could cut foreign aid to developing countries that fail to invest in...

The UK could cut foreign aid to developing countries that...