A leading German businessman says he can see the UK adopting a "more free market-oriented model" which could be a "highly attractive" alternative to the EU.
Boris Johnson says sanctions against Russia should be "considered" amid suggestions the country is committing war crimes in Syria.
Germany is trying to pressure social media companies to be more proactive in removing illegal hate speech and terror talk from their online platforms.
A STG1 billion ($A1.7 billion) space mission will come to a dramatic end when the Rosetta orbiter crashes on to a comet.
The make-up of the bacteria found in human faeces may influence levels of dangerous fat in our bodies, say UK researchers.
Australia says it accepts a UN conciliation commission ruling that it can hear a maritime boundary dispute over the Timor Sea.
Kurdish rebels have detonated a roadside bomb in southeast Turkey, killing two security force members and wounding eight others.
French President Francois Hollande says the "Jungle" migrant camp will be "completely and definitively" dismantled, during a visit to the port of Calais.
French President Francois Hollande continues to urge for the closure of the 'Calais Jungle' migrant camp while visiting surrounding area.
A Portuguese man spent 43 years in a wheelchair because of a mistaken medical diagnosis, finally re-learning to walk only in his fifties, a newspaper reported on...
Two young police officers have been hurt after a homemade bomb exploded in central Budapest.
A flashmob protest descended on the British Museum over miner BP's multi-million pound backing of the arts.
Russia has criticised the US and UK for using "unacceptable" tone and rhetoric in speeches on Syria at the UN.
A 35-year-old man has been bailed after claims Pippa Middleton's iCloud account was hacked.
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