The death sentences passed down on eight Gaddafi era officials, including the dictator's son Saif al Islam, are unlikely to cause much outrage in Libya. In fact, they may be a cause for celebration.
Prime Minister David Cameron has warned foreign investors that the UK is not a place to stash "corrupt money from around the world".
As the public inquiry into undercover policing in Britain is launched Channel 4 News explains what is known so far about murky practices which led the Home Secretary to call for the in depth probe
A Libyan court has sentenced the son of former Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to death.
Chancellor George Osborne says new figures showing GDP growth of 0.7% show Britain's economy is producing as much per head 'as ever before'
Lord Sewel, who is alleged to have taken cocaine with two prostitutes, has resigned from the House of Lords.
A former Metropolitan police sergeant has gone on trial for allegedly racially and sexually abusing a 16-year-old boy in the back of a police van 29 years ago.
Jamal Osman reports on the boom in Somaliland attracting migrants seeking jobs and opportunities from Yemen, Ethiopia - and London.
Manchester Royal Infirmary temporarily closes its A&E department as it investigates two cases of suspected Middle Eastern Respiratory Virus Syndrome (Mers).
The A&E department at Manchester Royal Infirmary was closed as it carried out tests on two patients with suspected MERS. What are the symptoms? How does the virus spread? How contagious is it?
Alex Salmond says that it is 'inevitable' that Scotland will have another referendum, but what could actually spur another vote on the country's future in the UK?
A man described as Salford's "Mr Big" is named locally as the victim shot dead in a "targeted" attack at his home in Manchester.
Turkey denies claims it shelled Kurdish fighter positions in a village in northern Syria, as Ankara continues its campaign against so-called Islamic State and Kurdish militants.
Police believe the body found on a construction site is that of the missing seven year-old and his family have been informed
Lord Sewel requests a leave of absence from the House of Lords until investigations into newspaper footage, that appeared to show the peer taking drugs with prostitutes, are complete.
The US President says violence against women and genital mutilation have "no place in the 21st century".
Labour MP John Mann urges the party to halt its leadership contest amid fears that hard-left groups are signing up to back Jeremy Corbyn.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad admits his forces are suffering from a "shortfall in human capacity" as Turkey launches airstrikes against the Islamic State group.