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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has became the first Western leader to acknowledge his country had heard recordings of the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
The veteran human rights campaigner Lord Lester of Herne Hill is facing a record suspension from the House of Lords after he was found to have offered a woman a peerage to sleep with him.
Autumn has arrived in the northern hemisphere and the leaves are falling, but while other countries are revving up their leaf blowers, Japan has a novel way of dealing with it.
Inquests into the deaths of ten people killed in gunfire during three days of shootings in west Belfast have been told difficulties surrounding the case have been exacerbated by the loss of records and statements from military witnesses.
Migrants attempting to slip into Britain undetected are exploiting under-staffed border checkpoints, a report suggests.
Demonstrators have chained themselves together and superglued themselves to a Government building as part of an environmental protest.
A woman has been jailed for life for the “unbelievably brutal” murder of a vulnerable Huntington’s disease sufferer by repeatedly stabbing her to death at her flat.
Parisian couturier Jean Paul Gaultier has become the latest fashion designer to shun the use of fur in his designs.
A two-vehicle road traffic collision between Aberlour and Grantown on the A95 brought the busy road to a close earlier today.
An Aberdeenshire contractor has died in an incident involving a tractor at a family farm.
A drug that could improve survival rates for children with a rare and “notoriously difficult to treat” form of cancer has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland.
The man at the centre of the scandal at the academy that awards the Nobel Prize in literature has arrived at a Swedish appeals court in a bid to overturn his rape conviction and prison sentence.
Emergency services were called to a car accident on the B9077 Aberdeen to Banchory road.
Police in the Highlands and islands arrested 10 people in connection with drink or drug driving offences over the weekend.
Plans for next year’s Grampian Pride festival are in full swing with a date for the event announced.
A paedophile murderer has been branded “evil incarnate” by a judge after his latest convictions for abusing children.
Scores of Greek and Turkish Cypriots have walked through a newly-opened crossing point in the south-eastern village of Dherynia.
Paint evidence “strongly supports” the conclusion that the two Babes in the Wood murder victims came into contact with a jumper linked to their alleged killer, a court has heard.
An action group established to try to save jobs at Dundee’s closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory has met in the city.
A fresh appeal has been made to raise money for a cancer sufferer desperate to return home to Scotland for treatment after being stuck on an island in the Indian Ocean.
Police are appealing for information after a 76-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle which failed to stop in Grantown.
A fundraising volunteer has been honoured for her efforts to raise much-needed cash for a cancer charity.
The father of a man who was shot by a police firearms officer while he was holding an air weapon said his son wanted to go out in a “blaze of glory” and be killed by a marksman, an inquest heard.
A man who took a cocktail of ecstasy and cocaine before going on a knife rampage only stopped trying to stab cops when they ran him over with a police car and battered him with batons, a court heard today.
A female far-right terrorist who denied supporting Hitler once celebrated his birthday with a cake and had an SS-inspired tattoo on her back.
Thousands of children slept outside at the weekend to raise awareness of homelessness.
National Action (NA) was founded as an organisation with a membership holding extreme views in August 2013 by Benjamin Raymond and Alex Davies.
National Action regional commander Alexander Deakin was arrested while cowering in an airing cupboard after bragging that “incompetent” counter-terrorism officers would never catch up with him.
Renee’s son Andrew would now be 45 – but his heartbroken aunt says the then three-year-old “was never given the chance to build his life” because it was “brought so cruelly to an end”.
A remarkable video taken from a car driving through wildfires in northern California gives a terrifying perspective of the blaze which has seen thousands evacuated.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said much more needs to be done to achieve gender equality in Germany.
‘A funny, happy little boy… so full of life’ — Tributes to Kane, 10, after tragic death in Coupar Angus
Tributes have been paid to a boy who died in a horrific incident in Coupar Angus in the early hours of Sunday.