French police have beefed up security at the Eurotunnel to avoid migrants forcing their way onto railway platforms for another night.
The problem with migrants at Calais might not be new but the number of people in makeshift camps trying to cross to Britain has increased at an alarming rate.
An Ohio police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man in the head during a traffic stop has been indicted for murder.
A large piece of debris washed ashore on Reunion Island has sparked speculation it could be from missing airliner MH370.
The driver of a bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow, killing six people, lied repeatedly about his history of fainting, a court has heard.
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James Anderson took six wickets on Day One of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston with Australia all out for just 136.
Jose Mourinho has fired back at Rafael Benitez' wife after she said the Chelsea manager left a mess at Real Madrid which her husband now has to clean up.
Eden Hazard could become the best player in the world if he heeds manager Jose Mourinho's advice, according to new Sky Sports pundit Ian Holloway.
Michel Platini has revealed he will run for the FIFA presidency, saying he wants to restore dignity to the world governing body.
Bookies have suspended betting on who will sing the next James Bond theme tune after an attempt at a huge wager backing Radiohead.
British actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of its best-selling bags due to the "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices used.
Oscar winners Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne will be hoping they can match the success of earlier this year when they take their latest films to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Diane Keaton is to play a nun opposite Jude Law in a new television drama about a fictional pope.
A Jamaican-born novelist has been named on the longlist of 13 titles for the 2015 Man Booker Prize for the first time.
The marketing services group which owns Lord Coe's sports agency is in advanced talks about a takeover valuing it at more than £350m.
Barclays has announced a 25% rise in half-year profits to £3.1bn just weeks after sacking its chief executive Antony Jenkins.
The revelation by Barclays that it has set aside £250m to cover the costs of redress on packaged bank accounts has raised the spectre of another big mis-selling scandal for banks.
Disneyland Paris is being investigated by the EU for allegedly overcharging British and German visitors.
Sky plc, the home and mobile entertainment group which owns Sky News, has announced an 18% increase in full-year operating profit and said it had recorded the highest growth in its UK customer base for more than a decade.
A man has been arrested for stealing a Winnie the Pooh toy car from a supermarket.
A Florida judge who was reunited with an old schoolmate in the dock has once again come face to face with a familiar person in the courtroom.
A bag containing $150,000 (£96,000) is missing in New Jersey after ATM employees left it on a lawn apparently by accident.
The driver of a train derailed by a herd of cows managed to avert a potential disaster by running down the track to halt an oncoming engine.
A zoo in Ohio has pressed charges against a man who jumped a fence to pet cougars - then posted video of it on YouTube.
Russia has vetoed a plan to set up a tribunal to prosecute whoever is suspected of downing Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine.
Taliban leader Mullah Omar died in a Karachi hospital in 2013, Afghan security officials have insisted, despite the group's spokesman telling Sky News he is "alive and leading the movement".
Police have opened an investigation into reported death threats against an American dentist who killed a prized lion in Zimbabwe.
Eden Prairie is a verdant suburb of Minneapolis. Big houses set back from well kept kerbs and SUVs purring past dog walking couples and lone joggers.