European countries move to rein in the power of social media companies
Police face criticism for sharing inappropriate images of victims' bodies, delays in investigation
The summit starts in Glasgow on Sunday and will run for the next 13 days
Investigators will analyse material confiscated during the search to use as evidence in any possible trial.
Charles has spent most of his life campaigning on environmental issues
The sculpture of a cockerel was one of hundreds of Benin Bronzes that were pillaged from the once mighty Kingdom of Benin.
The adhesive stamp, which features a profile of Queen Victoria, is attached to a document dated April 10, 1840.
Richard Ratcliffe went on a 15-day hunger strike two years ago outside the Iranian Embassy
Cases of the strain are 'on an increasing trajectory,' warn UK scientists
Variations like Mohammed and Mohammad also figured in the top 100 names.