Lutz Bachmann, leader of the German far-right organisation, dismissed the photo as 'just a joke'
Prosecutors say men were planning 'attacks on a big scale against the police service imminently'
Why market turmoil followed decision to lift system pegging value of Swiss franc to the euro
Anjem Choudary hits out at cartoon, but others describe it as 'gentle' by Charlie Hebdo standards
Beer made from an endangered animal and smoked with 'dried sheep s***' has outraged environmentalists
Rally against 'Islamisation of the West' attracts record crowds in Dresden, but other German cities protest against Pegida
Gunmen killed after double hostage crisis left two people dead at kosher supermarket in Paris
One doctor claims nurse 'Niels H' might have killed more than 100 patients at Delmenhorst clinic
President Hollande may come under pressure to fight fire with fire, but the best reaction will be unity
The 'barbaric attack' on Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead is not the first time the magazine has been targeted
A single unguarded comment by Merkel 'could torpedo Cameron's promised EU renegotiation'
Dmitry Medvedev warns of 'extremely negative consequences' after Kiev drops non-aligned status
11 people were injured last night when a driver rammed his van into a Christmas market in Nantes
Most people trying to cross the Mediterranean without papers come through the lawless north African state of Libya
Spanish man dressed in military uniform was rescued by firefighters after climbing into the lion enclosure
Refugees will longer be subjected to 'shockingly degrading tests' and questions in order to prove their sexuality
Lawyers for survivors and families of the dead want Concordia operators to bear responsibility too
His increasingly anxious minders cannot forget that it was a Turk who tried to assassinate John Paul II
Prime Minister gives set-piece speech proposing reforms for European Union immigration rules
Brigitte Bardot and other activists demand an end to cat casseroles and dog sausages in Switzerland