Independent Police Complaints Commission probes relationship between secret society and former senior police officers.
Les Jackson stays with his son, who was critically injured in an attack that killed a woman at a hostel in far north Queensland.
Officials say 16 victims of blaze at industrial unit in Russian capital thought to belong to printing company were from Kyrgyzstan.
Turkish officials had no immediate comment on the report which, if confirmed, would signal Turkey's action against Kurdish-aligned forces in Syria was being ratcheted up a notch.
The official said the malware at the two plants was inactive and had not played a role in the fires.
Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built just 200 of the computers in 1976.
Amongst the 35 coffins laid out in a sports hall were small caskets holding the bodies of an 18-month-old baby and a nine-year-old girl, two of the 21 children who are known to have died when the quake hit central Italy early on Wednesday.
France's top administrative court suspended the ban in Villeneuve-Loubet on Friday on civil liberties grounds.
The pilots spotted the sign drawn into sand on East Fayu Island in Micronesia and alerted the US Coast Guard.
The video calls him ‘Abu Abdullah al-Britani’, a nickname used by several other British jihadis in the Middle East in the past.
His wife, Sara, said she washed the wound and called the poison control hotline. She then drove him to the emergency room at a Lakeland hospital.
Resource-poor Japan has long been interested in tapping Africa's vast natural resources, even more so since dependence on oil and natural gas imports jumped after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster shut almost all of Japan's nuclear reactors.
Brazil's federal police have recommended charges against former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his wife.
The official said President Obama has been very clear and very definitive that India has met the requirements for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
Bongo, 57, took over in 2009 when his father Omar died after 42 years in power, and he won a poll in the same year. With state machinery and entrenched patronage networks behind him, both lubricated by oil largesse, he is likely to win again this time.
The suicide attack at a police headquarters in a province bordering Syria and Iraq came two days after Turkey launched its first major military incursion into Syria, an operation meant to drive Islamic State out of the border area and stop Kurdish militias from seizing ground in their wake.
The Republican presidential nominee has signalled he will soften his immigration plan, which was a central plank of his primary campaign.
A family spokesman says a cousin of Chicago Bulls star Dwyane Wade has been fatally shot while pushing a baby in a stroller on the city’s South Side.
A ball around the sun to catch all its energy sounds great, but maybe there's a better way.
His announcement on Friday quadruples in size a monument originally created by President George W Bush in 2006.
The Security Council issued a unanimous statement, agreeing to take "significant measures" in response to the latest series of launches.
The Islamic State group has released footage showing five boys, including one it identifies as British, carrying out the killing of prisoners in Syria.
Employee aged 21 went over the edge of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone while socialising with colleagues in early hours of the morning, say officials.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is due to attend state funerals for victims from Arquata, one of the worst-hit towns.
The ruling led to boycotts of the state by some sports teams, businesses, and entertainers.
Yellen is scheduled to give the keynote address at a global gathering of central bankers in the U.S. mountain resort of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, at 1400 GMT on Friday.
The first buses left the town, near the capital Damascus, accompanied by ambulances and Red Crescent vehicles.
The news comes 10 months after Mr Harper lost the election to Justin Trudeau and then resigned as Conservative leader.
Onlookers gathered near the Hydro Impact Basin at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, applauded and cheered.
Former President campaigning to be conservative candidate for next year's election.
Nobody knows how such a strange, invisible but huge thing could have formed.
Sweden is no longer a utopia for asylum seekers, but the Swedish Government is offering migrants up to £3,500 each to go home.
Judge Thokozile Masipa dismisses state’s application to appeal today.
Source: The Independent
A simple scan of the QR code would show basic information on the facility and make it easy for public reporting of problems, according to Chen
ANA’s decision to ground its fleet of Boeing 787s, the world’s biggest, expected to result in cancellation of at least 350 flights.
Source: The Guardian
Presidential candidate takes hard line, positioning himself as defender of French values and tough on immigration.
As political impasse continues, Spain faces real prospect of its third general election in just over a year – on 25 December.
Source: The Guardian
Soon, they are ducking down dark, narrow, trash-strewn alleyways into the heart of the Barangay Libis slum, accompanied by a slew of uniformed officers and as many as 10 helmeted, assault rifle-toting SWAT officers.
Without the money to hire a vehicle, Dana Manjhi walked for 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) by foot Wednesday.
More than a hundred police officers in riot gear, backed up by water cannons and armored trucks, occupied the venue that opposition parties planned to use for their march.
Loans to companies rose 1.9 percent year-on-year in July, up from 1.7 percent a month earlier and the fastest rate in five years, European Central Bank data showed.
Belgian authorities report at least one dead and four others injured in Chimay after blast in town on border with France.
South African state prosecutor wanted ‘shockingly lenient’ six-year sentence for Reeva Steenkamp’s murder increased.
Source: The Guardian
She recently pledged to donate the $7m (£5.3m) settlement to two charities for abused women and ill children.
The police statement also recommends that the court issues a summons for the gold medal winner.
Pavlina Pizova said she and Ondrej Petr began hiking the Routeburn track in Fiordland National Park on 26 July, but got lost in bad conditions.
Unfortunately, the talks between the self-described "quad" of the US, UK, UAE and Saudi Arabia, are more likely to be an exercise in public hand-wringing than a serious effort to end the war and prevent further loss of life.
Tensions have increased in the Gulf in recent days despite an improvement in relations between Iran & US.
There would be no Mujahedeen and its mutation into al-Qaida; in Afghanistan or elsewhere.
She is accused of illegally doctoring accounts ahead of her re-election in 2014 to hide a budget shortfall and to keep funding popular social programs.
Forty-six were detained in 2015, compared with 13 in 2013, with the youngest aged only 13.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has pledged €50m (£42m) in funds for rebuilding.
The discovery was made after a human rights lawyer alerted security researchers to unsolicited text messages he had received.
Aurisch works out of a private studio in Berlin where he also occasionally paints canvases and paints murals in the city.