Conjuring forth the dead in order to communicate with them has long been lambasted by sceptics. But what happens when a medium confounds all your preconceptions? Robert Chalmers finds out
The French are back in Africa—and it’s not just to keep Islamists at bay.
Laura Cha was quoted as saying that American slaves waited 107 years for voting rights following emancipation, "so why can't Hong Kong wait for a while?"
The Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friaday that the country will revisit regulating and taxing money online next year, but for now there will be no internet tax
North Korea’s first tour operator will have a stall at a tourism fair in London this weekend, running “safe and economically friendly” trips to the world’s most isolated country
A half-dozen variations of “no guts” were used by top former and current military officials to describe Bibi last winter.
Mikhail Porechenkov later claimed he had fired dummy bullets whilst visiting rebel-held Donetsk airport, in one of several celebrity visits
In 1926, the crime novelist Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days causing a media frenzy – but no one knows why
Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga are on their way to help fellow Kurds defend Kobane in a battle that has assumed huge significance in the fight against Islamic State
If the general election were held tomorrow Labour would lose 36 seats, with those of several key figures under threat, according to a new poll