The last surviving crew member of the Enola Gay - the plane that dropped a nuclear bomb over Hiroshima - has died.
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The UK banking watchdog will confirm on Wednesday that it is introducing the world's toughest rules for clawing back bankers' pay, even as it offers a fig-leaf to the industry by dropping some of i
The leader of Hamas' military wing has issued a rare statement, saying there will be no end to the fighting with Israel until the blockade of the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Welsh international rugby in Ian Gough has been found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Sophia Cahill, a former Miss Wales.
The US and European governments have agreed new sanctions against Russia, targeting its oil, finance and defence industries, following the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukrain
A man who received the world's most complex face transplant after a gun accident has now been snapped for the pages of magazine GQ.
Dozens of people have been killed or hurt in a terrorist attack in China's Xinjiang region, according to the Xinhua news agency.
Police investigating the murder of a woman who was bludgeoned to death before being set on fire eight years ago have made a fresh appeal for information.
One of China's most feared and powerful men is being investigated in a suspected corruption probe.
A hospital worker has been jailed over her pivotal role in a fraud that saw more than £640,000 meant for cancer drugs being blown on designer goods and mortgage payments.
"Stay safe," people keep telling us.
Michael Adebolajo, one of the two men convicted for the murder of soldier Lee Rigby last year, has lost the first stage of his attempt to appeal against his conviction and sentence.
Charismatic, enigmatic, he's Israel's longest serving prime minister and faces no serious political challenger.
A 15-year-old Japanese schoolgirl who confessed to beheading her classmate is reported to have told investigators she "wanted to dissect" a body.
An American doctor who contracted Ebola while working with patients in Liberia has admitted he is "terrified" of the disease.
The father of one of the 10 Britons killed when flight MH17 was shot down has urged a pause in the fighting in eastern Ukraine "so we can get all the boys and girls home".
Blueprints for Israel's Iron Dome defence system were stolen in cyberattacks by hackers from China, it has been claimed.
Israel's military offensive in Gaza has been condemned as a "massacre" by Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, adding to international pressure for an end to the bloodshed.
A rare tornado has struck suburban Boston, ripping roofs off homes, toppling cars and uprooting trees.
Dating site OKCupid lied to users about their compatibility with other singles as part of an "experiment", its founder has revealed.
Despite the number of people visiting the UK increasing steadily, it appears they go away with a fairly gloomy opinion of Britons.
Aviation industry chiefs from across the world meet in Montreal today to discuss how to avoid another MH17-style disaster.
A think tank believes bankers should be expected to swear an oath in which they promise to behave properly, in the same way as doctors.
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