5 more held in new raids as soldiers patrol streets of Brussels
Belgium has detained five more people following raids on Monday morning in the Brussels and Liege regions as it searches the country’s links to the...
Soldiers patrol Brussels, guard EU buildings, after overnight arrests
Soldiers patrolled the streets of Brussels and guarded European Union buildings on the third day of a security lockdown on Monday, as police hunted an...
Paris terror: Bataclan band tell how victims were slaughtered in dressing room
The lead singer of the band playing at the Bataclan concert hall on the night of the Paris attacks has described how gunmen slaughtered fans who hid in...
France wins backing for tighter border controls in wake of Paris attacks
France has won the backing of its European Union partners who have agreed a series of new measures on surveillance, border checks and gun control.
Second woman’s body found in building where Paris attacks ringleader died
The body of another woman has been found an apartment raided by police searching for Paris attacks suspects.
Six arrested as mobster plot to assassinate Italian minister is thwarted
A mobster plot to assassinate Italy’s interior minister has been thwarted with the arrest of six Mafia bosses, police said on Friday. The men...
France pushes for tighter border controls in wake of Paris attacks
France is urging its European Union partners to toughen the borders and push ahead with a long-delayed system for collecting airline passenger information. Interior...
Paris attacks ringleader spotted on underground train on night of carnage
The suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was caught on camera at a Metro train station in the capital on the night of the carnage. Abaaoud,...
Nine arrests as Brussels raids target baby-faced suicide bomber’s entourage
Police in Brussels have stormed nine homes in the hunt for associates of baby-faced suicide bomber Bilal Hadfi.
One arrest as Brussels raids target baby-faced suicide bomber’s entourage
Raids in Brussels in the hunt for associates of baby-faced suicide bomber Bilal Hadfi appear to have drawn a blank.
We’re at risk of chemical or biological weapons attack, says French prime minister
France’s prime minister has warned the country was at risk of a chemical weapons attack. Manuel Valls was speaking as he presented a bill to...
Raids in Brussels target Paris suicide bomber’s ‘entourage’
Authorities have begun six raids in Brussels, which are connected to one of the suicide bombers in last Friday’s terror attacks. An official...
Chemical attack warning as French police await siege IDs
France’s Prime Minister has warned of the risk of a chemical weapons attack as authorities try to identify the two people who died in the Paris apartment...
Russia confirms on-board bomb brought down Metrojet airliner in Egypt
Russia has confirmed that last month’s Metrojet airliner crash was caused by a terrorist act.
Seven UK terror attacks ‘stopped’ in last six months, says PM Cameron
British intelligence agents have foiled a terrorist plot on UK soil in the last month, Downing Street has said, as the Prime Minister warned a Paris-style...
Bodies of seven babies found wrapped in blankets and plastic bags
The bodies of seven babies have been found covered in blankets and packed in plastic bags in a flat.
Migrants face beatings, threats and robbery in Bulgaria, says rights group
Migrants coming through Bulgaria have faced beatings, threats and other abuses by police, a rights groups reported on Friday.
Church ‘kills homosexuals through repression’, says sacked gay priest
A former high-ranking priest fired by the Vatican after a very public coming-out says the church is killing homosexuals through persecution. Krzysztof...
DNA tests confirm remains of Russia’s murdered tsar are genuine
Fresh DNA tests have confirmed that the exhumed remains of Russia’s murdered Tsar Nicholas II and his wife, are genuine.
Doctor found after living as a hermit for 20yrs - now he wants to vanish again
A Spanish doctor has been found living in an Italian forest 20 years after he went missing.
Diamonds are forever… and at $55m they ought to be
Huge blue and pink diamonds, the star attractions at major jewel auctions in Geneva in the coming days, are expected to fetch tens of millions of dollar...
Government resigns after thousands protest over deadly nightclub fire
Romanian prime minister Victor Ponta announced the resignation of his government on Wednesday following huge protests in the wake of a nightclub fire that...
Western ‘concern’ over Turkey vote, as Erdogan urges respect for party win
Turkey’s Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party prepared Monday to form a single-party government after a stunning election win that strengthens...
Stark message on migrant crisis: We’ve run out of room to bury the dead
The death toll from the European refugee crisis has grown so large that authorities are struggling to find places to bury the dead, according to the mayor...
At least 19 die at sea as Merkel fails to solve Germany’s dispute on refugee policy
At least 19 migrants seeking to reach Europe drowned off Greece on Sunday as political talks in Germany failed to produce a consensus on how to handle...
$177,000 bins are installed to restore a little dignity to city’s bottle collectors
A new type of rubbish bin has been introduced to make bottle collection easier - and hand more dignity to the homeless in Copenhagen.
U.K crime victims asked to use Skype to speak to police as cuts bite
Crime victims are being asked to contact police on Skype instead of having officers visit their home to take a statement - in what has been labelled a...
MI5 Boss: IS Planning UK Mass Casualty Attacks
The head of MI5 has said the terror threat level facing Britain is the highest he has seen in his 32-year career.
Cameron to issue another stark warning on risks of leaving Europe
David Cameron is to travel to Iceland rejecting calls from eurosceptics to use the country’s detached relationship with the EU as a model for the...
Half tonne of caviar found by Russian police hidden in coffin in speeding hearse
Russian police who stopped a hearse speeding towards the Chinese border were surprised to discover it was laden with half a tonne of caviar.