The self-described 'French Snowden' is nothing more than a common criminal, says the Swiss government
As Dominique Strauss-Kahn takes the stand in pimping trial his original accuser opens NY restaurant
In the end Man Utd didn't land Hummels or Bale, but did end up with a Bolton defender on loan
The parole of South Africa's death squad commander Eugene de Kock is dividing a nation
Historians continue to debate whether Winston Churchill, one of history's most complex figures, deserves a place in Britain's pantheon
Actress Anne Kirkbride, who had played Deirdre Barlow since 1972, dies aged 60 after short battle with cancer
The secretive North Korean leader celebrates his birthday - but even his year of birth remains a mystery
From 'weedy and square' comprehensive school pupil to opposition leader. Will Ed be the next PM?
As the battle for succession accelerates, what do we know about one of Africa's longest serving leaders?
In 2010 he became the youngest prime minister in 198 years. Now he's hoping for another term
Anni Dewani was killed just weeks after marrying Shrien Dewani in a fairytale Hindu ceremony
Having cut his teeth on patrol in Afghanistan, Semesa Rokoduguni now faces a new challenge – scoring against the All Blacks
Who is the 'Stamford Bridge Tsarina', tipped to become the most powerful woman in football?
Actress Lynda Bellingham dies at 66 after saying she would stop her chemotherapy treatment for cancer
All-female militia is protecting the Kurdish population from militants – as well as challenging gender roles
Described as a 'temperamental technocrat', the 65-year old leader takes over amid continuing violence
Chief counting officer will announce the Scottish independence referendum result to the world
Jihadists threaten to behead a second British aid worker, who travelled to Syria to help refugees
Aqsa Mahmood went from 'sweet' and 'peaceful' child to the wife of an Islamic State fighter
Promising a 'new Turkey', the former prime minister is yet to silence his critics after over a decade in power