Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a project manager, is serving a five-year jail sentence in Iran.
He says he'll work with South Korea to deal with the North
Devin Kelley was banned from owning guns five years ago
A father has been found guilty of murdering his adopted baby daughter in South Wales.
A Briton kidnapped in Nigeria last month has been killed with three others released after negotiations, the Foreign Office has said.
May told a business audience that at the heart of the growing scandal was the issue of the use and abuse of power.
The Living Wage Foundation raised the bar to £8.75 per hour
Shinzo Abe is meeting with President Donald Trump
A key member of Donald Trump's staff and the Queen's private estate are in the spotlight.
A gunman with an assault rifle stormed a church in rural Texas on Sunday
George H.W. Bush and his son George W. Bush did not vote for fellow Republican Donald Trump last year in the presidential election.
Experts have warned with hurricanes, floods and other impacts of climate change, countries urgently need to step up their ambitions to cut emissions.
Saudi authorities have detained one of the kingdom's most prominent businessmen and the head of the National Guard in a sweeping anti-corruption inquiry.
President Donald Trump ramped up his tough rhetoric against North Korea when he arrived in Japan saying that the US is prepared to defend freedom.
U.S. President Donald Trump heads to Japan on the first stop of his five-nation tour of Asia.
Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke has been suspended by the Conservatives but has denied any allegations against him.
The Local Government Association has issued a statement warning against dangerous illegal fireworks.
The New York City Police Department has said that it had a credible narrative from an unidentified woman who has made a rape allegation against Harvey Weinstein.
Prime Minster Theresa May published a code of conduct for all her MPs and party officials to follow, in response to growing allegations of improper conduct.
The resignation of the defence minister, who admitted repeatedly touching a radio presenter's knee in 2002, and a series of accusations against other members of parliament, from alleged extramarital affairs to sexual assaults, have prompted calls for change.
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