Flintstone House could be reduced to rubble amid lawsuitA house that serves as a colourful homage to The Flintstones is at the centre of a legal battle in California.
Third person arrested over Utrecht tram shootingA third person has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the tram shooting in Utrecht.
Warner Bros boss quits after actress affair claimsWarner Bros chief executive Kevin Tsujihara has quit following claims he promised a British actress roles while they were having an affair.
Teen pleads guilty to pushing her friend off a bridgeA 19-year-old woman in Washington has pleaded guilty to pushing her friend off a bridge into a river near Vancouver, causing serious injuries.
Boeing’s MAX jet ‘being investigated by US prosecutors’The development of Boeing’s 737 MAX jets is reportedly being investigated by US prosecutors and the country’s department of transport.
Jacinda Ardern: A leader with a human touch to dealing with hatredRarely can a country have unified around a politician in a time of crisis as New Zealanders have around Jacinda Ardern.
New Zealand ‘will give gunman nothing – not even his name’, PM vowsNew Zealand’s prime minister has promised to deny the mosque terror attacker notoriety, saying she will never refer to him by name.
Deep Ocean Live: Tonnes of plastic threaten wildlife on coral atollScientists have estimated that there could be 1000 tonnes of plastic washed up on the remote coral atoll of Aldabra.
Protests as Algeria’s president postpones electionThousands of protesters have gathered throughout Algeria for the fourth week in a row as they call for the country’s president to step down.
EU prepares for major international cyber attacksLaw enforcement agencies across the EU are preparing to respond to a major international cyber attack ahead of the end of May’s elections.