Articles By Fiona Keating
More than 1,000 homes without power in Pangbourne, Berkshire, after a falling tree brought down a power line, with disruption spreading on UK roads and rail services.
Europe's most active volcano, Mount Etna has erupted, shooting a plume of ash from the summit across much of Sicily.
The Met Office issues an amber alert for winds of up to 90mph and torrential rain across Britain.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is sending her top intelligence chiefs to Washington to establish whether US bugged her mobile phone.
Politicians and road safety organisations are calling for an end to the practice of putting the clocks back.
Iran has introduced its first anti-American awards, inviting the public to submit work demonising the United States.
Almost 2,000 police guarded 150 Montenegrins taking part in first gay pride march in Podgorica.
A department researching anomalous aerial phenomena - UFOs - is being revived by the South American country's armed forces.
Archaeologists are excavating the ruins of a 17th-century palace near Lucknow where a guru dreamed that 1,000 tons of gold are buried.
Police called to Once station in Buenos Aires after a train failed to stop at the end of the line.