A British study has found that the poor have on average eight fewer teeth than the wealthy by the time they're 70
Lawyers representing Nigerian farmers allege documents released by the UK courts show Shell lied in a previous case
The plans have the support of Cameron's coalition partners, but civil liberties campaigners described them as "dumping suspect citizens like toxic waste"
Documents obtained by Amnesty show that the oil company ignored internal warnings that pipelines were in need of repair for six years before spills
The Australian defence ministry confirmed that a small fleet of Russian ships was heading for eastern Australia, ahead of the G20 conference in Brisbane
The highly secretive trial of Erol Incedal, who is accused of preparing acts of terrorism, has collapsed after just four days of deliberations
NATO says airspace incursions are up 300% this year in dangerous return to Cold War tactics that could risk MH17-style disaster
Four suspected terrorists have been arrested overnight by armed police in London over what is feared to be a planned terrorist attack on Remembrance Sunday commemorations
The Russian ruble fell to record lows early on Friday and many analysts fear that a continuing decline could spark a major currency crisis in Russia
Leaked diplomatic proposals reportedly reveal deadline for final negotiation of controversial bill to Brussels to be postponed until after UK general election
Scientists have developed a new alternative to antibiotics that could revolutionise the way we treat superbugs and avoid a scenario in which people die from routine procedures
Amnesty International said that Israeli forces showed a "shocking disregard for the lives of Palestinian civilians" and "brazenly flouted the laws of war."
Federica Mogherini, the EU's new foreign policy chief, wants to work closely with Middle Eastern countries to secure the creation of a Palestinian state
The 10-month-old left-wing party leads the polls, in the biggest ruction of the two-party system since the fall of Franco
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 minister accused the Conservative Party of "suppressing" the report, which found that tougher drug laws do not lead to lower levels of use, for months
The test, which uses just $20 of materials, uses a breakthrough in paper-based biosensors and can be freeze-dried for storage
British prime minister David Cameron was aggressively 'shoved' by a jogger in a serious security breach as he left a meeting in Leeds today.
The UK Independence Party has been accused of exploiting victims of sexual abuse in Rotherham in a controversial poster campaign in South Yorkshire
The song, backed by Nigel Farage, features rhyming couplets such as "leaders committed a cardinal sin, open the borders let them all come in"
Changes to the way the EU calculates economic output mean that Italy narrowly escaped falling into recession for the third time in six years