Kim Jong-un brother 'seen in London'Footage has emerged purporting to show North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un's brother in London - attending an Eric Clapton concert.
UK rocked by earthquakeA “DRAMATIC, violent, jarring and jolting” earthquake struck the UK near Kent, waking residents in the middle of the night with the shock of their lives.
Family devastated over killer's verdictHE admitted to strangling her to death after sharing drinks in her unit but a jury has found Glen Duggan not guilty of murdering Renee Todd. And her family is heartbroken.
World War II bomb found near Wembley but play-offs will go aheadThe Football League play-offs will go ahead as planned this weekend despite an unexploded Second World War bomb being discovered near Wembley, stadium officials have said.
Ex-Korean Air executive Heather Cho freed in 'nut rage' caseThe woman at the centre of the so-called “nut rage” case in South Korea has been freed after nearly five months in jail.
Heather Cho, a former Korean Air Lines executive and daughter of the chairman, came to symbolise the arrogance of the rich and powerful.
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Ireland votes on whether to permit gay marriageFor months, Ireland has debated whether to legalize gay marriage. Now it's time to vote, and the choice is a simple yes or no.
Ex-Foreign Min Warns against Bulgaria's Harsh Tone on RussiaRecent comments by Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov about Moscow's "irresponsible" approach to the situation in Macedonia are very dangerous, Mitov's predecessor Kristian Vigenin has said. Vigenin commented on Friday morning Russian claims that Bulgaria and Albania might be aspiring to partition Macedo
Expect Rafael Nadal to step it up in Paris, says John McEnroeMcEnroe, however, thinks it is foolhardy to dismiss Nadal as a fading force and fully expects him to find his 'A game' in the days ahead.
Tsipras to meet Juncker on second day of Riga summitOn the second day of a European Union leaders' summit in Riga, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was to meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday for talks on the progress of negotiations between Greece and its creditors and its prospects.
Quake measuring 4.1 Richter strikes Ionian SeaAn undersea quake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale struck in the Ionian Sea shortly after 9.30 a.m. on Friday but there were no reports of injuries or damage.
Check out Aaron Hernandez's new prison inkBOSTON — Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez, sporting a new neck tattoo while making his first court appearance since being sentenced to life in prison for murder, pleaded not guilty...
Baku mayor: Fire-hit building occupants to be given compensation today"Those who lived in rented apartments and were injured in the fire will be given the compensation envisaged in the order of the Cabinet of Ministers"
Nuttall to be released from jail in JulyFORMER Labor minister Gordon Nuttall, who was jailed for perjury and corruption, will be released on parole on July 20.
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Microsoft accused of blackmailing MPs, againSome Microsoft executives apparently phoned Conservative MPs, threatening they would shut down a facility in their local area, because of planned reforms in the IT sector, The Guardian reports. David Cameron's former strategy chief Steve Hilton mentioned this as he was speaking about the dominance
Freddie Gray death: 6 police indictedSix Baltimore police officers were indicted Thursday on charges connected to the death of Freddie Gray.
Hundreds gather to protest police shooting in OlympiaHundreds of people gathered Thursday night in Olympia, Washington, to protest a police shooting that wounded two stepbrothers suspected of trying to steal beer from a grocery store.
Mass evacuation as WW2 bomb found near Wembley StadiumPolice have cordened off an area close to Wembley Stadium and evacuated residents after an unexploded Second World War bomb was discovered by builders. Report by Hampshirel. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Oklahoma State baseball: Cowboys manhandle Kansas State, 10-1By Ryan AberStaff writerTULSA — Baseball bats were mostly ineffective against Oklahoma State ace Michael Freeman on Thursday against Kansas State in the Big 12 Tournament. "Nine iron would've been good," Wildcats coach Brad Hill said on how to combat Freeman.Read more on NewsOK.com
Saudi jets bomb military academy in Sana'a, 2 bridges in AmranCivilian casualties rise in Yemen as Saudi Arabia intensifies air and ground attacks against its impoverished neighbor.
In the latest airstrikes, Saudi fighter jets targeted the Republican Guard academy in the capital Sana'a. Warplanes also bombarded two bridges in the Algha region in
Kyle Farrell: Mum accused of childhood sweetheart's murder says he hit her and had baby during affai...Mum-of-two Farieissia Martin, 22, denies murdering Kyle Farrell, 21, in the trial at Liverpool Crown Court
Missing schoolgirl aged 14 found in alleged abductor's atticOn another occasion the teen was discovered by police in her underwear after they broke down a locked bedroom door at Dale Walsh's home
Tory plan to censor TV shows would be 'threat to freedom of speech' says ministerHome Secretary Theresa May came under attack from Cabinet colleague Sajid Javid over plans to turn Ofcom into a state censor
Nicola Sturgeon rapped over SNP's education record during FMQs with student loan doubling since 2008KEZIA Dugdale continued piling on the pressure over education, saying the poorest students are racking up debt greater than the average salary.
Eurovision Song Contest 2015: Who's in the final and what's the running order?With 13 countries returning disgraced to their homelands after failing to make it through the semi-finals, the final list and running order for 2015 Eurovision Song Contest has been revealed.
"Why should the U.S. fight for the Iraqis?"
IN THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS - Fri 22.05.15 : Lots of talk of the U.S.'s strategy against I.S. today – or rather lack thereof. Editorials in the Washington Post and Daily Beast say there won't be a victory unless the U.S. allows Shi'ite militia to play their part. Meanwhile UK papers are full of