Can Annecy murders be linked to killing of Belgian tourist shot dead in northern France a year earlier?
Desperate to agree an EU budget freeze, Britain looks isolated - and that's exactly what some EU countries want
Court is told how a cold-blooded ice cream seller shot two men, cut them up and buried them in her cellar
Savita Halappanavar's husband claims dying wife was refused termination because 'Ireland is Catholic'
First arrests in Madrid as Spanish and Portuguese lead day of action against cuts and tax hikes
President Hollande blamed for driving out a ‘national treasure’ with planned 75 per cent top tax rate
Draw with Ajax leaves Premier League champions on the verge of embarrassing European exit
Labour is expected to join Tory rebels in voting for a cut in the EU budget, but the UK could end up paying more anyway...
Cash in Swiss account raises question: was Saad’s father helping dictator move his fortune abroad?
No obvious motive as British executive Nicholas Mockford is shot three times in front of his wife
Geologists across the world horrified by verdict, but some believe scientists failed victims of quake
ECB will become single supervisor for all eurozone banks, making bailouts simpler to organise
Social networking site uses censorship powers for first time – but publicity brings more followers
FA threatens boycott of Serbia as calls for international suspension gather pace
Opposition party describes move to cut footman Thomas's scene as 'extreme act of homophobia'
Under-21 encounter descends into chaos as England beat Serbia, but will Uefa act?
Black box evidence points to language problems, the wrong map and a long-delayed evacuation
Coalition rift looms as senior Tories demand that Britain repatriates important powers from EU