Samsung AXES Galaxy Note 7 and offers everyone their money back in $19billion recall: Firm warns users to switch them off and seek a refund
The South Korean company said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that it has made a final decision to stop production of the Galaxy Note 7 for the sake of consumer safety.
Revealed: The giant German refugee camp where Syrian refugee 'bomb plotter' hid for a YEAR under noses of police (and claimed £333 a month)
The Syrian refugee accused of plotting a major terror attack in Europe spent a year in one of Germany's largest refugee camps claiming generous handouts of up to £333 a month.
A woman in her 30s was arrested after reports of a person brandishing a gun in the street in Grimsby.
Widow's fury at officials who left crazed cannabis addict free to kill: New father was knifed to death SIX days after assault case was dropped
Femi Nandap stabbed Dr Jeroen Ensink to death in Islington, north London as the victim went to post cards to friends and family telling them of the birth of his daughter.
Second group of stowaway migrants are found hiding in the back of a freezer lorry on the M25 just three days after 15 people were discovered in a -25C truck at service station
A group of 23 adults and one child were found in the back of the lorry on the M25 on Monday afternoon, the second large group to be found in just four days. Police said 15 people were found on Friday.
Three-parent baby technique now used to help fertility: Two infertile women to give birth in Ukraine after controversial gene-editing operation
The controversial procedure was designed to prevent families passing on genetic mutations, not to aid fertility. But two Ukrainian women have used it after going into 'embryo arrest' during IVF.
Refugee 'plotting bomb attack' who was captured by fellow Syrians in Germany 'is probably linked to ISIS' say police
Jaber Albakr was detained overnight in Leipzig in eastern Germany after a tip-off that he may have been looking for associates in the city.
Police shoot 'Arabic ex-soldier' in the leg after he stabs two officers in Belgium's 'hotbed of jihad' in suspected terror attack before Brussels train station is evacuated
Two police officers were stabbed on a busy main road in Schaerbeek as one of Belgium's busiest train stations was evacuated due to a bomb scare.
The climber, in his 50s, fell while navigating the North Face of the mountain with a friend on October 7. It is believed his rope might have been cut after snagging on a sharp edge.
BREAKING NEWS: Southern Railway goes to court for injunction to stop series of RMT strikes due to start tomorrow
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union plan action from tomorrow in the long-running row over the role of conductors.
Pictured: Gang member who was 'acting crazy and said he wanted to shoot cops' just before 'he killed two officers - including one just back from maternity leave'
John Felix, 26, a known gang member, was apprehended early Sunday after a 12-hour standoff with police in Palm Springs in California. He is now facing two murder charges.
German police use stun grenades as they storm flat and make new arrest in hunt for Syrian refugee suspected of plotting airport terror attack
Jaber Albakr, from Damascus, Syria, is still at large after police raided an apartment on an estate in the German city of Chemnitz, and found explosives known as 'mother of Satan'.
Gang member suspected of killing two Palm Springs police officers - including a new mom and father-of-eight veteran just two months from retirement - is taken into custody
John Felix, 26, a known gang member, was taken into custody after a 12-hour standoff with police. He is accused of killing Jose Gilbert 'Gil' Vega and Lesley Zerebny on Saturday.
BREAKING NEWS: Teenager killed in 'suspicious' hit-and-run had been bundled into a car just moments earlier
A teenager has died in a suspicious hit-and-run in Birmingham, minutes after being apparently being forced into a car during a nearby disturbance. Police are linking the two incidents.
Armed police were called to the scene at 11.25pm on Friday to reports of a man being shot who died of his injuries in Eastney Road in Croydon, south London, and no arrests have been made.
You did it! Generous fans hit the £50,000 target to fund Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell's treatment for terminal lung cancer
Her partner Jez Hughes launched an online appeal on Thursday to raise cash for cutting edge immunotherapy in Germany that they hope will give the British actress (shown) a fighting chance.
BREAKING NEWS: Six women arrested after shooting that has left a man fighting for his life in hospital
Police have taped off a high street (pictured) in the north London borough of Haringey after a man in his 20s was shot at about 11pm last night. He remains in a critical condition in hospital.
Clinton campaign attacks Trump's friendliness towards Russia after US government accused country of election related hacking attacks
Hillary Clinton's campaign attacked Donald's Trump's friendliness towards Russia on Friday after the US government formally accused the country of recent cyber attacks related to the election.
Fans donate £40,000 in a day to fund ex-Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell’s fight with terminal lung cancer
Leah Bracknell, who played Zoe Tate for 16 years in Emmerdale, has terminal cancer. Her husband is raising funds to send her for treatment in Germany.
The migrants who nearly froze to death next to boxes of Aunt Bessie's roast potatoes: 15 people - including two children - are found huddled together inside a '-25C' freezer lorry at M25 service station
Officers were called to Clacket Lane services at 10.15am today after reports of a group of suspected illegal immigrants who were discovered in a vehicle.
A man has been arrested after climbing over a gate at Buckingham Palace at around 1.45pm this afternoon. He was not found in possession of any offensive weapons.
Jeremy Corbyn slammed by top MP for ignoring pleas for party unity with a brutal reshuffle that sacked rivals, promoted allies and tightened his grip on Labour's ruling committee
The Labour leader finally unveiled a shadow cabinet shortly before 6.30pm that made deputy leader Tom Watson shadow culture secretary and confirmed Jon Ashworth as shadow health secretary.
Colombian president wins the Nobel Peace Prize – days after his country voted to reject ceasefire with FARC rebels and end 50-year civil war
The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded Juan Manuel Santos 'for his resolute efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end', days after Columbia rejected a ceasefire.
'Mike was angry... he came at me and landed a blow': Ukip's Steven Woolfe reveals from his hospital bed how he was 'floored' by a fellow MEP - as the party that changed Britain implodes
Mr Woolfe said Mike Hookem 'came at him and landed a blow' in an altercation that left him needing hospital treatment after he suffered two seizures at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Thumbs up! Ukip's Steven Woolfe smiles from his hospital bed after 'being punched' by fellow MEP Mike Hookem at party's clear-the-air meeting
Mr Woolfe is recovering in hospital after becoming embroiled in an 'altercation' with another Ukip politician - said to be Mike Hookem - at a 'clear the air' meeting this morning.
Pair are charged over 'attempted murder' of schoolboy, 15, who is fighting for life after being shot in head as he rode on back of motorbike
The 15-year-old boy - who was travelling on a motorbike on Hewitt Avenue in Sunderland (pictured) - was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle and remains in a critical condition.
BREAKING NEWS: Officer who shot mentally ill black man nine times is found NOT GUILTY of manslaughter
Michael Edington (pictured), was found not guilty of voluntary manslaughter on Thursday over the death of David Latham who he shot dead in Norfolk, Virginia, in 2014.
Man who 'shot dead father-of-two Los Angeles cop' investigating a burglary at an LA home has been booked
Sheriff's sergeant Steve Owen, 53, died at a hospital Wednesday afternoon, several hours after he was shot while responding to a report of a burglary in Lancaster, north of Los Angeles.
Sir Cliff Richard has said his life was 'effectively turned upside down' as he confirmed he was suing the BBC and South Yorkshire Police over live coverage of a raid on his home in 2014.
Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey is rushed BACK to hospital under police escort - but tests NEGATIVE for the virus
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who was infected with the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone in 2014, has been taken to hospital in Glasgow under police escort, sources said.
Father-of-two Los Angeles cop 'dies after being shot in the face while responding to a burglary despite doctors bringing him back three times'
Sheriff's sergeant Steve Owen, 53, died at a hospital Wednesday afternoon, several hours after he was shot while responding to a report of a burglary in Lancaster, north of Los Angeles.
'Fake Sheikh' Mazher Mahmood faces jail and civil claims from his sting targets could cost him and News UK £800m after he was found GUILTY of tampering with evidence in Tulisa trial
Mazher Mahmood had posed as a film producer at the Metropolitan Hotel in London. claiming he was looking to cast Tulisa Contostavlos in a Hollywood film.
Rhodes airport is evacuated with passengers 'suffering from burning eyes and fume inhalation' forced to gather outside
Rhodes Airport in Greece is said to have been evacuated as reports of a 'pepper spray' attack have been spread across social media, with some passengers suffering from 'burning eyes'.
I'll serve as interim Ukip leader, says Nigel Farage as Diane James quits just EIGHTEEN DAYS into the job after being spat at by a voter on a train platform (and signing her official declaration 'under duress' in Latin)
Diane James sensationally quit as Ukip leader last night just 18 days after winning the race to succeed Nigel Farage, sending the party into further turmoil.
TalkTalk fined a record £400,000 for security failings which allowed 156,000 customers' data to be accessed 'with ease'
TalkTalk been handed a record £400,000 fine for security failings over a cyber attack which allowed customer data to be accessed 'with ease', said the Information Commissioner's Office.
Jewellery ‘worth £1million was stolen during a break-in at Simon Cowell’s £10million west London mansion while the music mogul and his family slept’
Darren February, 32, was charged with burglary following the incident Cowell's mansion in Holland Park, west London on December 4 last year.
Looking shar-ap! Maria Sharapova steps out in NY in chic ensemble after tennis doping ban is reduced
It looks like she'll get to wear all white again sooner than she hoped. And to celebrate the 29-year-old rocked a chic all black outfit as she stepped out in NY. The tennis ace looked confiden
Maria Sharapova has doping ban reduced to 15 months: Tennis star who was heading for retirement set to return at the French Open
Five-time grand slam champion Maria Sharapova has had her two-year doping ban reduced to 15 months. This will allow to her to make her comeback at the French Open in May.
Judge enters ‘not guilty’ plea and rules that murder of Labour MP Jo Cox was terror-related as accused man refuses to speak at court hearing
Thomas Mair, 53, remained silent when asked to enter a plea to the allegations that he repeatedly stabbed the mother of two outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds.
Police demolish farmhouse in Greece as they step up search for Ben Needham – and focus on prime suspect who died last year
Police have started demolishing a farmhouse on the Greek island of Kos in the hope that it might help them solve the mystery surrounding toddler Ben Needham's disappearance.
New wave of police protests after unarmed black man is shot dead by San Diego officer when his sister reported his 'erratic' behavior
A black man was shot dead during an encounter with police in southern California Tuesday afternoon prompting angry community members to gather around the scene protesting.
'My baby lost his daddy': Heartbroken girlfriend pays tribute to boxer who died a day after he was knocked unconscious in a fight - and reveals he suffered weeks of migraines before the match
The heartbroken partner of boxer Mike Towell (pictured together) has told how he 'fought right to the end' before dying from injuries he suffered in a bout in Glasgow on Thursday.
Trump Foundation told to stop fundraising by New York's attorney-general - or face fraud prosecution
Eric Schneiderman, New York state's Democratic attorney-general, send a cease-and-desist letter to the Trump Foundation telling it to end fundraising in the state immediately or face legal action.
King's Cross, Euston and Warren Street and Regent's Park stations were closed just after 4pm today. There was also no service between Camden Town and Kennington on the Northern Line.
High Court finds in favour of Jeremy Hunt and against junior doctors by ruling contracts were NOT wrongly imposed
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has won a High Court case over the controversial new junior doctors' contract. Mr Justice Green ruled in favour of the Health Secretary today.
British police searching for Ben Needham request permission to knock down farmhouse extension built after the boy vanished on Kos
British police searching for Ben Needham have requested permission to knock down a farmhouse extension built after the toddler vanished in Kos.
Two-seater plane crashes in Norfolk leaving a man in his 80s dead and the pilot injured as ambulance and fire crews rush to the blazing wreckage
A man in his 80s has died while another was airlifted to hospital after the £1.5million WWII plane they were in crashed and burst into flames near Hardwick Airfield in Norfolk.
Mother of six-year-old boy killed in South Carolina elementary school shooting remembers her son as 'an angel' who has 'already forgiven his killer'
Renae Hall, the mother of six-year-old Jacob Hall who died after being shot at Townville Elementary School in South Carolina, spoke about her son just hours after his death.
Pictured: Glasgow Rangers fan, 39, who was killed when a supporters’ coach crashed on the way to today’s match, injuring 18 others
A man who died after a coach carrying Rangers fans overturned has been named by family as Ryan Baird, 39, from Sanquhar. The coach overturned on the A76 near East Ayrshire while on its way to Ibrox.
Six-year-old Townville school shooting victim dies in hospital as he is taken off life support three days after 'being shot in the leg by 14-year-old gunman'
Jacob Hall was shot in the leg at Townville Elementary School in Townville, South Carolina, on Wednesday. He died on Saturday in hospital after clinging to life for three days.
Four people seriously injured and five others taken to hospital after car ploughs into a group of pedestrians on housing estate in Kent
Four people are in hospital with serious injuries and five others are being treated after a car ploughed into a group of pedestrians on Medway City Estate in Rochester, Kent.
Police begin questioning engineer over 'high speed' of Hoboken train before it derailed, killing one woman and hospitalizing 74, as Gov Christie insists crash was a 'tragic accident'
Thomas Gallagher, 48, (pictured) the engineer of a train that crashed at a 'high speed' in New Jersey, killing a 34-year-old mother-of one and injuring 112 people, is cooperating with police.
Two Van Gogh paintings stolen in a daring raid from a Dutch museum in 2002 are FOUND wrapped in a cloth in a safe after tip-off from a mafia suspect led Italian police to hideout
Two Van Gogh paintings stolen in 2002 have been recovered by anti-Mafia police in Naples, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam says.
Driver and four passengers are seriously injured and 13 others hurt as bus ploughs into back of another
The driver of a single-decker was pulling into a bus stop in Weymouth, Dorset, when the vehicle slammed into a stationary bus picking up passengers.
Government's £100m child sex abuse inquiry is on the brink of COLLAPSE as leading lawyer quits amid rumours of row with chairwoman
Ben Emmerson QC dramatically resigned as counsel to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, 24 hours after being suspended from the role.
At least six people became stuck for around three hours on a roller coaster at Sea World in Queensland, Australia, after a sensor failure caused the cars to stop mid-ride at the top of a drop.
PICTURED: The Hoboken mother-of-one, 34, killed in tragic New Jersey commuter train crash as police question engineer over 'high speed' before it derailed
The victim killed in the train accident that left 112 people injured when it crashed at a 'high rate of speed' into the Hoboken, New Jersey train station has been identified as a 34-year-old mother of one.
PICTURED: Father killed by his 14-year-old son who then opened fire on an elementary school playground, injuring a teacher and two students
Jeffrey Osborne was found shot to death at his home in Townville, South Carolina on Wednesday. Right after, his 14-year-old son went on a shooting rampage at the nearby elementary school.
Bodies of a middle-aged man and a woman are discovered on a mudbank near the Norfolk coast after they were spotted by a birdwatcher
Norfolk Police said they were called to Breydon Water near Great Yarmouth (shown) shortly after 11.20am on Thursday after a member of the public reported two bodies on a mudbank.
Police were called by paramedics after the three-month-old girl was found on the bus at 10.20am yesterday in Stratford, East London - and the child was later pronounced dead in hospital.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe retires as Met Police Commissioner with pension up to £185,000 a year after overseeing failed 'witch hunt' on historic sex cases and rows with new London Mayor Sadiq Khan
The 58-year-old will stay in his post until February 2017 to allow the Home Secretary and the Mayor of London to appoint a successor.
Hillary Clinton to miss Shimon Peres funeral that Israel said she would attend amid faltering poll numbers
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton will pay his respects to Peres on Friday at a state funeral in Jerusalem. Hillary Clinton will not accompany him, her campaign says.
Inside the house where Ben Needham vanished: Haunting photos show tragic Greek holiday home where the British toddler disappeared in 1991
The first photographs have emerged from inside the farmhouse where Ben Needham spent his last hours of freedom 25 years ago. He was last seen playing outside the house on the Greek island of Kos.
Pictured: The hero firefighter who tackled South Carolina elementary school gunman, 14, to the ground after he shot a teacher and two six-year-old students and killed his father just three miles away
A teen gunman was arrested after opening fire at a South Carolina elementary school on Wednesday and yelling 'I hate my life!' just after allegedly killing his 47-year-old father.
'I wish Congress had done what's hard': President Obama slams 'political vote' that means 9/11 families WILL be able to sue Saudi Arabia for billions
President Barack Obama has said congress failed to 'do the right thing' by giving victims of 9/11 and their families the go-ahead to sue Saudi Arabia by vetoing a bill he had introduced.
Labour peer and former Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti 'set to join Jeremy Corbyn's team as shadow attorney general'
Newly appointed Labour peer Shami Chakrabarti is in line to become shadow attorney general, it has been reported. The former director of Liberty reportedly said the 'gig is a no brainer'.
PICTURED: Hotel worker, 20, arrested over the killing of 'lovely young couple' as they left their city centre Matalan night shifts together at dawn
Matalan employees Zoe Morgan, a 21-year-old window dresser, and shop assistant Lee Simmons, 34, were attacked and killed as they left the store in Cardiff's Queen Street this morning.
Two men seen removing undetonated bomb from wheeled duffel bag left on Manhattan street 'by chicken shop terrorist' identified by FBI as 'Egyptian pilots who have left the U.S.'
The men had been seen on surveillance video removing the bomb from luggage on West 27th Street, Manhattan, at around 8pm on the night of the Chlsea bombing attack on September 17.
Revealed: Allardyce's link to budget hotel in Newcastle with a host of other big-name backers - including Joe Hart and Wayne Rooney
The former England boss, 61, who was forced to quit last night, runs Proctor House Newcastle, which appears to operate a £30-a-night boutique hotel in the north east.
Is this proof Putin's troops DID shoot down Flight MH17? Investigators reveal deadly rocket that brought down plane over Ukraine DID come from Russia
A surface-to-air missile hit the Malaysia Airlines flight en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur in 2014, killing all 298 people aboard, most of them Dutch citizens.
'The hope he gave us will burn forever': Obama, the Clintons and Prince Charles to attend funeral of Nobel Prize winning Israeli statesman Shimon Peres on Friday
World leaders are set to pay their respects to 'man of peace' Shimon Peres, the Israeli Nobel laureate, former prime minister, and president, at a state funeral in Jerusalem on Friday.
First Jihadi jailed for war crimes: Al Qaeda fanatic who helped destroy ancient 'Pearl of the Desert' shrine in Timbuktu with pick-axes and bulldozers is jailed for nine years as he begs for forgiveness
Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi had pleaded guilty and expressed remorse for his role in overseeing the destruction of nine mausoleums sand a mosque door in Timbuktu, Mali in 2012.
Meet the world's first 'three-parent baby': Boy - delivered by US medical team in Mexico - carries a tiny piece of genetic code from a third donor 'parent' to avoid inheriting a disease from his mother
Like all humans, the five-month-old boy carries DNA from both his parents. But he also has a tiny piece of genetic code from a donor. He was engineered by a US team in Mexico.
'No amount will ever compensate the victims': Survivors of Smiler rollercoaster crash hit out after judge fines Alton Towers bosses £5m - only just over 1% of firm's £385million annual turnover
The court heard yesterday of a catalogue of failures by the Staffordshire theme park's managers in the build-up to the accident.
Ben Needham police discover pieces of light coloured fabric during dig to find body of toddler who was wearing a white T-shirt when he went missing
Officers say they have discovered 'items of fabric' in the olive grove they are searching on the island of Kos, Greece, 25 years after the British toddler went missing.
Cops kill disgruntled lawyer who was dressed in 'NAZI paraphernalia' when he 'shot NINE people with a revolver at a Houston strip mall after filling up his Porsche with weapons'
A bomb squad has been deployed in Houston to the scene where six people were shot early Monday. Reports say the shooter struck several people in southwest Houston.
French police arrest a man in his 60s after surrounding his home following shooting at a supermarket that left two people wounded
The shooter reportedly turned up at the store in Port Marly in Yvesline close to Paris in his car before firing at a 57-year-old cashier and then targeting a 73-year-old man.
Ejector seat maker is to be prosecuted over death of Red Arrows pilot who was thrown out of his jet while it was still on the runway of the group's base
Flt Lt SeanCunningham died in November 2011, when the ejection seat suddenly engaged while his aircraft was still on the runway at RAF Scampton, near Lincoln.
'I'm ready for where this journey is gonna take us together': Jose Fernandez's heartbreaking final words to pregnant girlfriend in Instagram post before he died in boating accident
Days before his tragic death, Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez revealed he and his girlfriend Carla Mendoza were expecting their first child together.