Twitter to axe 336 workers as new CEO slashes costs
Twitter is laying off 336 employees, signalling CEO Jack Dorsey's resolve to slash costs while the company struggles to make money.
Missile that downed flight MH17 'was fired from rebel-held territory'
The Dutch Safety Board has identified the area from which, it said, the missile...
Video: MH17 Ukraine disaster - Dutch report blames...
Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 crashed as a result of a Russian-made Buk missile, the Dutch...
Video: Sister of MH17 victim - 'We all need answers'
Tracey Withers, the sister of one of the British victims of the MH17 crash told ITV News "we all...
Video: Donald Trump declares his love and respect for...
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump declared his "love" and "respect" for...
VW brand to cut investment and change diesel technology
Volkswagen will switch to new diesel emissions technology in Europe and North America as well as cut a billion euro (£746m) in annual investment spending.
Tourist breaks neck on zip-wire in Thailand
A tourist broke her neck and died while sliding on a zip-wire in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai.
Russian missile-maker contradicts Dutch MH17 crash report
A Russian state-controlled missile-maker says its own investigation of last year's crash of the MH17 airliner over rebel eastern Ukraine contradicts conclusions from a Dutch probe.
Vanuatu in political chaos after policymakers pardon themselves
The Pacific Ocean nation of Vanuatu is in political chaos after 14 policymakers were found guilty of corruption but were then pardoned by one of their own while the president was abroad.
Japan may cut Unesco funding over Nanjing massacre move
Japan is considering cutting funding for Unesco after the United Nations body registered documents on the "Rape of Nanjing" in its Memory of the World register.
Blast rocks Chinese city of Tianjin, two months after massive explosions
The Chinese city of Tianjin has been rattled by another warehouse blast, t wo months after massive explosions in the area left 173 people dead or missing.
Hunter survives six days without water in Australian Outback
A 62-year-old recreational hunter lost in a hot and arid region of the Australian Outback survived without water for six days - by eating ants.
Hillary Clinton mocks Donald Trump in front of his casino
Hillary Clinton has visited Donald Trump's doorstep to mock the Republican presidential front-runner on the eve of the first Democratic presidential debate.
DNA tests 'close' to revealing the identity of Turkey bomber new
Turkish investigators are close to identifying one of the suicide bombers in Turkey's deadliest attacks in years, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said - adding that Islamic State is the "number one priority" of the investigation.
Kurds displacing Arabs in 'war crimes' in northern Syria
The US-backed Kurdish administration in northern Syria has deliberately displaced thousands of mainly Arab citizens and demolished homes, according to Amnesty International.
Singapore Airlines jet collapses at Changi Airport
A Singapore Airlines jet collapsed onto its nose while sitting on the tarmac at Changi Airport as an engineer conducted routine landing checks before a scheduled flight from Singapore to Hong Kong, the airline said.
US dentist cleared over Cecil the lion killing by Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is no longer pressing for the extradition of James Walter Palmer, an American dentist who killed a well-known lion called Cecil, a cabinet minister said.
IS implicated in foiled Moscow terror plot, says Russia
Russian officials say they have foiled a terrorist plot and detained men trained in Syria by Islamic State, l ess than two weeks after Russia carried out its first air strikes on Syria.
Reports RAF ‘ordered to shoot down Russian jets in Middle East’ prompts Moscow demands for...
Russia summoned Britain’s military attache to explain reports RAF pilots had been given approval to shoot down Russian warplanes in the Middle East, the Foreign Office has said.
Russia's military intervention in Syria 'a game changer', says EU's top diplomat
European Union nations have criticised Russia's military intervention in Syria, with the bloc's top diplomat calling it a worrying "game changer".
Jailed sons of deposed Egypt leader Hosni Mubarak to be freed
An Egyptian court has ordered the release of the sons of deposed autocrat Hosni Mubarak after time served on a corruption conviction.
Scottish economist Angus Deaton wins Nobel economics prize
Scottish economist Angus Deaton has won the Nobel memorial prize in economic sciences for "his analysis of consumption, poverty and welfare", the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said.
China seizes 804kg of ivory along with rhino horn and bear paws
Authorities in China have announced the arrests of 16 suspected members of a smuggling ring and the seizure of hundreds of kilograms of ivory, along with rhino horns and bear paws.
Thailand tourist murders: defendants allege police torture
The lawyer defending two Burma migrants over the murders of two British tourists on a Thai resort island has accused police of torturing and beating his clients in order to extract confessions.
Iran pulls out of Frankfurt Book Fair over Sir Salman Rushdie appearance
The Iranian government has cancelled plans for a national stand at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair to protest over a planned appearance by British author Sir Salman Rushdie.
Turkey blasts probe focuses on IS militants
Turkish investigators are close to identifying one of the suicide bombers in Turkey's deadliest attacks in years, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, adding that Islamic State is the "number one priority" of the investigation.
Israelis stabbed in fresh attacks in Jerusalem
Palestinians have carried out three stabbing attacks against Israelis and police in Jerusalem, with two of the attackers shot dead, Israeli police said.
DNA tests 'close' to revealing the identity of Turkey bomber World
Mustached Kingfisher: Scientist defends killing rare bird after taking first-ever photo World
Think Belfast traffic is bad? 50 lane motorway in China brought to a standstill World
Missile that downed flight MH17 'was fired from rebel-held territory' World
Kurds displacing Arabs in 'war crimes' in northern Syria World
Funderland brands dad's Northern Ireland tracksuit 'sectarian' Northern Ireland
Could revamped Windsor Park become the Tayto Stadium? Northern Ireland
Nama set to sell three of Belfast's best known bars from collapsed pub chain:... Business News
Northern Ireland company director had to spend £80,000 on treatment abroad for Lyme... Features
School bans 'chasies' in the playground Northern Ireland
Stormont clashes over economic migrants 'taking jobs'
Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell 'should meet IRA victims'
'Use of Irish in Northern Ireland courts is inevitable,' says first Belfast lawyer to qualify to take on Irish language cases
Northern Ireland talks 'not yet real negotiations,' says Gerry Adams
Mum advised to find £77,000 after email scam or lose another £30,000
UV Party at Mandela Hall, Belfast
Nightlife: Oktoberfest at King's Hall, Belfast
Electric Playground's full moon rave at Mandela Hall, Belfast
Freshers' week toga party at The Fly, Belfast
Nightlife: The Limelight, Belfast, Sept 2015
Nightlife: Ireland fans at The Albany, The Hudson, Ryan's Bar & The Bot
Nightlife: Zak's at The Apartment
Nightlife: Shine - The Classics
Tennent's Vital Day 2: The Script, Kodaline, Annie Mac, Clean Bandit and Jack Savoretti
Tennent's Vital Day 1: Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding, John Newman, Disciples and BURNS
Twenty One Pilots at Belsonic Belfast 2015 [Photos]
Bastille at Belsonic 2015: fan photos
Belsonic 2015: Above and Beyond in pictures
Belsonic 2015: Hozier in pictures
Stereophonics rock Belsonic: In pictures
Belsonic 2015 Paloma Faith in pictures
Nightlife: The Eg, Alibi, & Parlour Belfast, July 2015
Nightlife: Box Nightclub
Northern Ireland Nightlife: Mandela Hall Taboo Pride Party, August 2015
Nightlife: Villa nighclub, July 2015
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World Cup trivia for beginners - rugby quiz new
Northern Ireland v Greece fan photos
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Rugby World Cup 2015: fans' gallery
Mustached Kingfisher: rare bird photographed then instantly killed
Claims that Russian missiles hit Iran 'lies', says Iranian general
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Runher 2015: Full results, videos and pictures
Sun sets over Lough Neagh in Co Antrim [Photos]