Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says there has been "a very small number of cases" of anti-Semitism in the party since he took over as the crisis escalates.
Claudio Ranieri has told Sky he feels "very good" after guiding Leicester City to the Premier League title.
The former home of Robert Gentile is searched by FBI agents for a third time in connection with 13 artworks stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The art, including paintings by Rembrandt and Vermeer, was valued at \$500m in 1990 and has never been recovered.
A Turkish parliamentary committee has again erupted in chaos over a contentious ruling party proposal to strip legislators of their immunity from prosecution.
A TEAM of volcano hunters are hoping to discover why a recently formed lava lake has formed. The boiling lava lake, situated in the Santiago crater of the Masaya volcano in Nicaragua, is one of eight similar active lakes around the world and only started to appear in early December last year.
Controversial classified military technology has just been released to the public. Get this flashlight before it's banned or runs out -limited supply!
Madonna left little to the imagination as she arrived at the Met Gala in a lacy black dress exposing her buttocks and barely covering her breasts. The Queen of Pop, 57, posed on the red carpet in the revealing outfit at one of fashion's biggest events of the year, dubbed the Oscars of the East Coast
UNHCR appointed Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett as a Global Goodwill Ambassador on May 2. The announcement comes as Blanchett returned from Jordan where she witnessed the ongoing humanitarian support to people displaced by the Syrian conflict, according to UNHCR. This video shows Blanchett meeting
Letters and gifts from 64 countries across the world have been sent to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate Princess Charlotte's birthday.From Armenia to Zambia, world leaders, community groups and well-wishers sent a collection of items to mark her first birthday.
Children are to strike for the first time in protest at being "over-tested" and "over-worked" by what parents say is an exam-dominated school curriculum.
Fans, ex-players, television personalities and even politicians have found themselves moved by the success of Leicester's football team.
Fans party in the streets of the East Midlands city as the Foxes beat 5,000-1 odds to end their fairytale season in triumph. Sky's Enda Brady reports.
US Navy sailors from the USS Momsen unloaded several rounds into an abandoned lifeboat found adrift in the Pacific Ocean on May 1. This footage shows the sailors shooting the vessel as bullets fly from a turret gun. The USS Momsen is a guided missile destroyer currently serving in the Pacific Fleet.
Leicester player Christian Fuchs celebrates with his team at Jamie Vardy's house after winning the Premier League.
The US Navy’s Sea Hunter ship was off-loaded from a barge in San Diego on May 1 before traveling to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific. This footage shows the vessel arriving in the port of San Diego. The $23 million Sea Hunter is also known as an ACTUV – an Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous
The goats of the Sunflower Farm Creamery are back again! This time, 27 goats aged between four days and two weeks explore the farm and enjoy a spring morning. Credit: YouTube/Sunflower Farm Creamery
During the early hours of the morning on April 24, Philip Marvin and his friend approached a towering crane in Moscow’s central business district fearlessly. After making their way through a building site they begin their climb. This is certainly not one for those scared of heights! Credit: YouTube/Philip
Georgia could soon become the ninth state in the US to allow students to carry guns on campus.
Actor and comedian Tom Walker, whose alter ego, Jonathan Pie, is a journalist frequently frustrated by the nature of news presenting, takes umbrage in this video to having to use the term “Election Fever” in a scripted news report. The idea of the UK being swept up in such a thing strikes him as “bullshit
Leicester fans celebrate after winning the Premier League, following a draw between Spurs and Chelsea.
New Zealander William Trubridge set a new world record by diving 400 feet below the ocean’s surface without the use of propulsion equipment at the annual Vertical Blue competition in the Bahamas on Saturday, April 30. Trubridge, who hosts the annual freediving competition, spent four minutes and 24 seconds
Joe Ward and his wife Emma were trying to get ready to go to sleep when they spotted a massive huntsman spider on the wall near their bed. The spiders rarely bite but are a source of terror for many in Australia. Using a series of improvised tools, Joe and Emma managed to herd the creepy crawly into
Another session on the potential lifting of legal immunity for parliamentarians descended into fighting between legislators from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) on Monday, May 2. The meeting of the constitutional commission at the Turkish
Turkish Airlines Flight 1019 failed to land on a runway at Pristina International Airport in Kosovo on Monday, May 2, instead coming to a stop on a grass field. The incident was reportedly caused by bad weather, however, an investigation has been launched in order to determine exactly why the plane failed
Turkish Airlines Flight 1019 failed to land on a runway at Pristina International Airport in Kosovo on Monday, May 2, instead coming to a stop on a grass field. The incident was reportedly caused by bad weather, however an investigation has been launched in order to determine exactly why the plane failed