Ukip leader lost control of Volvo when wheel fell off on motorway... and police confirm foul play
“It’s almost like there has to be something else going on.”
Iran's Supreme Leader has vowed 'divined revenge' on Saudi Arabia after it executed 47 prisoners, including a prominent Shiite cleric, yesterday
The angry Shiite protesters ransacked and demolished the Saudi embassy in Tehran
“ISIL also receives lots of supplies from Turkey and Arab countries,” a captured militant said
Among 47 people put to death after being convicted of terrorism offences...
Seeking a new constitution to transform his post into a powerful 'super-presidency'
Most of those executed were Sunnis involved in the 2003 and 2004 Al-Qaeda attacks in the kingdom
Mr Erdogan defends push for his own position as president to be strengthened
China currently operates one aircraft carrier that was purchased as an incomplete hull from Ukraine more than a decade ago
Flames spread across 20 stories at five star hotel
GOP frontrunner not "conducive to the public good"
'The longer they stay in office, the more likely that is to happen'.
US has previously criticized missile tests conducted by Iran vessels
Video appears online showing takeoffs and landings of the drone
Turkish government deployed soldiers, including snipers, who are now guarding the streets
Iranian Revolutionary Guards conducted a live-fire exercise right near the U.S. carrier
After $98bn budget deficit announcement, world's leading oil producer to privatise state corps and slash subsidies
Freedom of speech to be eradicated?
"May send personnel outside the border to carry out anti-terror activities...”
Caterers say party orders have fallen drastically
The woman received five lashes and at end had to be taken to hospital.
Schoolchildren should learn Britain is a Christian country and schools should prioritize religious teaching, new guidelines say
Korea will consider the issue “finally and irreversibly” resolved
Documentary’s ratings were not high and the film was criticized in Germany
Third assassination of a journalist in the country over the last three months
Security experts have recommended Parliament go subterranean while essential repairs are carried out
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls: "an unacceptable desecration"
The approval by the cabinet now needs the parliament’s consent
The Most Reverend Justin Welby describes Islamist extremists as "a Herod of today" in his Christmas Day sermon
Militants include fighters of Islamic State and the Nusra Front, al-Qaida's offshoot in Syria