British tourists in Montego Bay, Jamaica warned stay in resorts after state of emergency declared

British tourists on holiday in the popular Jamaican destination of Montego Bay have been urged to stay in their resorts while the military carries out a crackdown on violent crime.


Britain will secure a bespoke trade deal after Brexit, French President Emmanuel Macron suggests

Emmanuel Macron has said Britain will secure a bespoke trade deal but left the door open to Brexit being reversed.


20 of the world's most fascinating remote islands

Take a journey through some of the most far-flung and spectacular places on Earth.


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West name their new baby Chicago 

Chicago - where Kanye West was raised - is the name of baby No.


Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose after suffering fractured hip on tour

Tom Petty, the much-loved American rock star who passed away in October, died from an accidental drug overdose, it was revealed on Friday.


Dolores O'Riordan was working on new Cranberries album before she died, says publicist

The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan was in London to discuss plans for the band's new album when she died.


Facebook to start 'trust ratings' for media outlets as it fights back against fake news

Facebook is to begin prioritising “trustworthy” media outlets in users’ feeds as the social media platform continues to fight back at allegations it has allowed the propagation of fake news.


New photographs of Las Vegas shooter's room show more of Stephen Paddock's deadly arsenal

The Las Vegas gunman meticulously planned how to carry out the worst mass shooting in modern US history, researching Swat tactics, renting other hotel rooms overlooking outdoor concerts and investigating potential targets in at least four cities, authorit


Trump-Russia probe is told Nigel Farage may have handed thumb drive of data to Julian Assange

Nigel Farage has been thrust into the Donald Trump Russia scandal after he was accused of secretly handing data to Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder.


California couple kept their two dogs in better condition than their 13 children

The California couple who are accused of starving their 13 children, leaving them so malnourished a 29-year-old weighed only five stone, kept two Maltese dogs which they fed significantly better than their children.


Donald Trump's first year in office: the conflict and controversy

After 12 months in office, the 45th president of the US has disputed attendance at his inauguration, attacked the media, and claimed to be a "stable genius".


Oxford student cleared of rape after two-year ordeal prompts police force to review all cases

A second police force is conducting an urgent review of all its rape cases after a series of blunders led to the collapse of the prosecution of an Oxford University student.


US government heading for shutdown as midnight budget deadline approaches  

· Donald Trump cancels Florida trip as crisis deepens · What happens if the government shuts down?


Two men arrested on suspicion of murdering elderly neighbours are released on police bail

The two men arrested on suspicion of murdering elderly neighbours in a quiet Buckinghamshire village have been released on police bail, as documents revealed how one of them benefited from a will.


Teen in Russia axes students and burns classroom in third school attack  in a week 

Russian police are investigating whether three school attacks this week are connected after a teenager attacked a class with an axe and Molotov cocktail in the Buryatia region.


Paris metro drivers strike as network turned into 'junkie land' by epidemic of crack addicts

Metro drivers in Paris on Friday went on strike to protest an epidemic of crack addicts on the underground with the problem so bad that some refuse to stop at certain stations due to security fears.


Buckingham Palace building works reveal Royal time capsule

If walls could talk, those at Buckingham Palace would surely have some of the most intruiging stories in the world.


Lonmin mine worker shot dead as tensions run high on platinum belt

A mineworker for London-listed Lonmin has been shot dead in an attack in South Africa, in the latest episode of simmering unease in the country’s platinum belt.


RAF fears Lake District zip wires would down fighter jets

The planned installation of eight of the longest zip wire rides in the country across Thirlemere Lake could bring down fighter jets using the area for training, the RAF has warned.


Jacinda Ardern to narrowly miss out on her own policy to extend paid parental leave

Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s prime minister, is likely miss out on her own scheme for extra paid parental leave, it was revealed on Friday as she announced she was pregnant with her first child.


Ministers abandon legal bid to block release of 'black cab rapist' John Worboys

The Government has abandoned its legal attempt to block the release of the ‘black cab rapist’ John Worboys.


Latest group of victims confront Larry Nassar over sexual abuse crimes

More than a dozen women, including two Olympians, read out gripping statements against Larry Nassar.

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