Four found dead at flat in Gibraltar
The bodies of two adults and two children were found yesterday at a flat in Gibraltar in a possible murder-suicide. Two...
UEFA Euro 2016 qualification match abandoned after b...
The UEFA Euro 2016 qualification match between Montenegro and Russia on Friday was abandoned after players and coaching...

Reid is the current Senate minority leader (Image: United States Congress.)US Senator Harry Reid announces he will not seek re-...
Harry Reid, Democratic Senator and current Senate Minority Leader, announced on Friday he will not run for re-election next year. Reid has represented the state of Nevada in the Senate since 1987. He has endorsed Senator Charles Schumer of New York to replace him as Democratic senate leader. The announcement follows months of rumours regarding the senator's r...

Officials say co-pilot intentionally crashed Germanw...
Officials said Thursday, after analyzing data from the Germanwings Flight 9525 cockpit voice recorder, that the airbus crashed into the French Alps because its co-pilot deliberately crashed it. On the cockpit voice recorder, the captain can be heard trying to get back into the cockpit. Transponder data indicates the autopilot was told to descend from 38,000...

Prince Charles (Image: Dan Marsh.)UK Supreme Court require government to release Princ...
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom have concluded that the government must release a series of 27 letters sent by Prince Charles to government ministers and that attempts to prevent their publication under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 have been unlawful. The letters were sent to ministers of the previous Labour government in the years of 2004 an...

State funeral held for former Australian Prime Minis...
The state funeral for Malcolm Fraser, the former Prime Minister of Australia, was held in Melbourne on Friday. Fraser died last week at the age of 84 after a short illness. Hundreds of people attending the funeral, held Scots' Church, including the current Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott. The church, which seats 700, placed 1,000 chairs in the street ...

Germanwings Flight 9525 crashes into French Alps, 15...
Germanwings Flight 9525, an Airbus A320 carrying 150 passengers and crew, crashed into the French Alps yesterday between Digne and Barcelonnette. Officials said there were no survivors. The plane was flying to Dusseldorf, Germany from Barcelona, Spain. An emergency recovery team made its way to the crash site and reportedly recovered one of the plane's flight ...

Lee pictured at the Pentagon in October 2002. (Image: R. D. Ward.)Singapore's 'founding father' Lee Kuan Yew dies aged 91
Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore, has died at the age of 91. Considered the "founding father" of Singapore, Lee led Singapore through the aftermath of independence to become one of the world's richest nations. He died yesterday under treatment for pneumonia at the Singapore General Hospital. The current Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsie...

RTVE's US correspondent gets condemnation for 'false...
The Association of Latin Entertainment Critics of New York published Thursday and updated yesterday, at its official websites, a press release condemning Spanish RTVE's United States correspondent and bureau chief Almudena Ariza, asking RTVE's Ethics Department to "dismiss the correspondent and remove the correspondent from the US". The journalistic associatio...

Lindt cafe in Sydney reopens after siege
The Lindt cafe in Sydney, Australia reopened on Friday, after a siege at the cafe three months ago killed one of its employees, Tori Johnson, and a customer, Katrina Dawson. On December 15, the cafe was taken hostage by a gunman, Man Haron Monis. The siege lasted for over sixteen hours until the gunman was taken down. On Friday the cafe had its reopening wi...

Suicide bombers attack mosques in Sanaa, Yemen
Two mosques in Sanaa, Yemen's capital, were attacked by suicide bombers yesterday, killing over 100 and injuring over 250 more. The attacks targeted mosques used by supporters of the Houthi rebel movement, who reportedly support former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and now control Sanaa. The elected president, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, has moved to Aden, to th...

Johan Paalzow sculpture Moby Dick, in Stockholm. Image: Bengt Oberger.Supreme Court of Sweden agrees to try Bildkonst Upph...
The highest court in Sweden, the Supreme Court of Sweden, agreed on Monday to try the case "Ö 849-15" between Bildkonst Upphovsrätt i Sverige (BUS, Visual Arts Copyright Society in Sweden) and Wikimedia Sverige (Wikimedia Sweden). The jurisprudence could result in Freedom of Panorama being effectively overturned in Sweden, requiring websites such as Wikimedia ...

Binyamin Netanyahu (Image: US State Dept.)Netanyahu's Likud party wins election in Israel
The right-wing Likud Party won a relative majority in yesterday's elections in Israel. With 30 seats in the Knesset, Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to be able to form the next government as a coalition of right-wing parties after beating out the centre-left alliance, Zionist Union. Netanyahu described the victory as being "against all odds". Netanyahu stated he...

Xu pictured at the Pentagon in October 2009. (Image: R. D. Ward.)Xu Caihou, former Chinese general, dies aged 71
Xu Caihou, a former Chinese general who was once the second in command within the People's Liberation Army, died yesterday, according to Chinese state news agency Xinhua. Xu, 71, was due to be prosecuted over bribery charges. The cause of death was announced as bladder cancer. In 2012 Xu resigned from the executive committee of the Communist Party. In 2013 he...

54 dead after bus crash in southern Brazil
A bus carrying 60 passengers to a religious event in the Santa Catarina state of Brazil plunged over a cliff on Saturday evening. The driver reportedly lost control whilst approaching a curve, leading the bus to fall 400 metres into a wooded area just ten kilometres away from Joinville, the final destination. Whilst the cause of the accident is not yet confirm...

Simon died at San Quentin State Prison on Thursday (Image: Jjz3d83.)Convicted murderer J.C.X. Simon dies in prison, aged 69
J.C.X Simon, one of the convicted 'Zebra Killers', has died at the age of 69 in San Quentin State Prison. His death came shortly before midnight on Thursday, with the cause remaining unknown. Simon was convicted alongside three others for the killing spree known as the 'Zebra Killings' in San Francisco in the 1970s. A statement released by prison officials sa...

Best selling British author Sir Terry Pratchett dies...
British author Terry Pratchett, best known for the Discworld series of fantasy novels, has died at the age of 66. Pratchett was diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer's in 2007, following his diagnosis he donated to Alzheimer's charities and became a public face of the disease Pratchett spoke out for the right of an individual to assisted suicide. However,...

Mvoko was broadcasting for SABC at the time of the mugging (Image: Zaian.)South African TV journalist mugged while preparing f...
On Wednesday, Vuyo Mvoko, a television journalist, was mugged moments before he was due to start a live broadcast in Johannesburg, South Africa. During the incident, two men approached Mvoko and demanded his mobile phone while he stood near the Milpark hospital. When Mvoko refused to hand over the phone he was reportedly threatened with a gun. Video footage ca...

File photo of a 'Eurocopter', similar to the aircraft involved in the collision. (Image: Elisabeth Klimesch.)Ten killed in helicopter crash in Argentina, French ...
Three French sport stars are among the dead following a helicopter crash on Monday in Villa Castelli, Argentina. In total, ten people died after the crash, which involved two helicopters. The dead included passengers and both pilots in the mid-air collision. The victims were taking part in the French reality television show 'Dropped' when the accident happened...

Ecstasy is among the drugs temporarily legal in Ireland (Image: DEA, US.)Hard drugs temporarily legal in Ireland due to const...
The drug possession case of Stanislav Bederev led to the legal loophole; his lawyers arguing the 2010 addition of several drugs to the country's controlled substances list, governed by the Misuse of Drugs Act, 1977, was unlawful. They contended it was unconstitutional to add these substances to the list without consulting the Oireachtas — i.e., parliament. Th...

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