Syrian Boy Dodges Sniper Fire to Rescue Young Girl

The Shaam News Network posted a video of a young Syrian boy who ran into sniper fire to rescue a small girl. The incident allegedly took place in Yabroud, which is along the Syria-Lebanon border. The Telegraph reports people believe

Syrian Boy Dodges Sniper Fire to Rescue Young Girl

UK Police 'Struggling to Cope' with Immigration

Police forces in Britain are “struggling to cope” thanks to high levels of immigration, one of the country’s most senior police officers has warned. Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police, said that officers face difficult challenges due to

UK Police 'Struggling to Cope' with Immigration

EU Accounts Fail Audit for 19th Year in a Row

The Court of Auditors’ report on the EU’s accounts for 2013 has been published this morning and provides further bad news for Brussels. According to The Telegraph, £5.5 billion of the EU budget last year was misspent because of controls

EU Accounts Fail Audit for 19th Year in a Row

Spanish Ebola Nurse Given All-Clear

The Spanish nursing assistant who was the first person infected with Ebola outside West Africa has been given the all clear, after tests to ascertain whether she still had the virus were negative. A second negative test will be required

Spanish Ebola Nurse Given All-Clear

Giant Sex Toy Sculpture in Paris Goes Limp

An 80-foot green inflatable sculpture that looked like a sex toy was displayed at the Place Vendome in Paris this week before it was deflated by vandals. The artwork was supposed to have been part of the FIAC Art Fair,

Giant Sex Toy Sculpture in Paris Goes Limp

UK Has Already Seen 'Hundreds' of Terror Arrests this Year

British police have foiled several terror attacks and arrested hundreds of suspects so far this year, a counter-terror chief has said. Mark Rowley, one of Britain’s most senior anti-terror officers, has said that police are dealing with an “exceptionally high”

UK Has Already Seen 'Hundreds' of Terror Arrests this Year

UKIP Conference Kicks off With Confidence Running High

DONCASTER, United Kingdom — There’s a phrase that many southern, English, usually London-types proffer when discussing trips to places like Sheffield, Rotherham, Manchester – even sometimes Birmingham. “It’s grim up north,” they say, usually in a tongue-in-cheek manner, but with

UKIP Conference Kicks off With Confidence Running High