Spain has suffered its most fragmented and polarised election result since returning to democracy in the late 1970s after holding its fourth general election in four years last weekend.
Part of an 11th-century castle wall has collapsed into a house in Sussex.
A protester was shot and a man set on fire on Monday as protests in Hong Kong spilled into rare daytime hours on Monday, forcing public transport, offices and schools to shut down.
Chinese firm Jingye is set to buy British Steel, potentially saving up to 4,000 jobs.
Jubilant crowds packed the streets of La Paz Sunday to celebrate the abrupt resignation of Bolivian President Evo Morales, Latin America's longest serving leader, after weeks of protest over his disputed re-election.
Parents in Albania are trafficking their teenage sons to the UK to join organised crime gangs that control large tranches of Britain’s cocaine market, an investigation by The Telegraph has found.
November 11, 2019, also known as Armistice Day, will mark 101 years since the end of the First World War, with a range of tributes and commemorations set to take place across the country.
The energy minister is to launch a review into the impact wind farms have onshore amid claims the countryside is being “concreted over” with substations and cable corridors built as supporting infrastructure.
A Derbyshire village was in mourning last night after the county's former High Sheriff, respected for her charity work, perished in the floodwaters that swept across the region.
The parts of Britain which have been battered by heavy floods are set to avoid further downpours as rapid temperature drops threaten a frosty start to Saturday.
To her nearly 700,000 followers on Instagram, Clemmie Hooper came across as a bubbly mother of four with an idyllic jetset life and a close-knit group of friends.
Quebec has rejected the immigration application of a French citizen, arguing she couldn’t demonstrate sufficient knowledge of French because one chapter of her PhD thesis was in English, amid an immigration clampdown in the Canadian province.