What are the odds on Russia's Polina Gagarina beating the hot Eurovision 2015 favourite from Sweden, Mans Zelmerlow?
Tremors don't usually pose a serious threat to the UK, but a 6.5-magnitude earthquake is 'technically possible'
The socially conservative nation looks set to become the first country to legalise gay marriage by referendum
Starving Rohingya migrants have been rebuffed from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
A synthetic drug called Spice, banned in 2009, has been causing concern on both sides of the Atlantic
Fears rise that IS will destroy ancient ruins in Syrian city, which is also a strategic military prize
British Pakistani general named as the man who tipped off the CIA to Osama Bin Laden's secret location
It's official: Britain has slipped into deflation, with prices falling for the first time since the 1960s
Any New Zealander can submit a new flag design - but not all are taking the contest seriously
The dates of the remaining 2015 UK bank holidays, from May until the end of the year
Xenophobic rioting led to eight deaths last month, but South Africa's problems go back decades
PM accused of 'empty headline-grabbing' for promising that surgeries will be staffed seven days a week
Espresso too bitter for you? Try a cold-brew coffee, which is said to be sweeter and smoother
American starts world's first crowdfunding page to set up a kingdom in northeast Africa
The term marks a shift from titles that traditionally denoted a person's marital status, profession and gender
Sources insist the letters sent to government ministers 'are much more boring than people think they are'
The complex El Nino phenomenon is likely to lead to extreme weather events, including a harsher winter in Europe
The 70th anniversary of VE Day is being commemorated with ceremonies, parades and street parties
Prime minister announces priorities in Downing Street after defying pre-election predictions
The best reaction to last night's eventful election