The attacks ended the Second World War but marked 'a new dismal beginning in the history of humanity'
Martin Patzelt said opening up his home might help 'get rid of the hostility' towards migrants in Germany
French analysis of the wing fragment 'complicated and delayed' by involvement of several different countries
One of France's best known doctors tweeted that the king 'could have paid his bill of €3.7m to the Paris hospitals. A polite gesture!'
American, Delta and United Airlines will no longer transport lions and other animals killed by trophy hunters
Such incidents are reportedly commonplace – almost 10,000 children are abandoned annually in China
Ex-UBS trader first in the UK to be brought to trial and successfully prosecuted over rates fixing
Nigerian army frees more women and children held captive by the Islamist group, but the fight is far from over
Military jets are increasingly being called to 'maintain airspace integrity' resulting in tense mid-air interactions
Government seeks to answer public concern as Eurotunnel warns other French ports could soon face crisis
Energy industry figures poised to challenge US president’s measures
Johnny Depp stars in new biopic of Boston's Winter Hill gangster who evaded capture for 16 years
Jerusalem stabbing suspect Yishai Schlissel was jailed for similar attack in 2005
Jewish 'price tag' extremists blamed for firebomb assault that also left three people critically injured
'If you receive an ugly sweater from your mother for Christmas you should take it up with her'
Dissident Chinese artist had application rejected over 'criminal conviction'
Trio allegedly posed as wannabe brides to trick jihadis into giving them more than $3,100