Many of Europe's nuclear power stations are "virtually unprotected" from the threat of a terrorist drone attack.
The country ranked 73rd in a 180 country index on global freedom of expression in 2014.
A study found that two fifths of young women in England had suffered sexual abuse.
The investigation was sparked by suggestions that the game could promote aggression.
The proceeds of the gig will go to the families of Peshmerga fighters battling Islamic State.
The proposed merger saw Poundland's shares jump 9% and could see a 50% increase in sales.
Self-employment accounts for almost half the jobs created since 2010.
The study was conducted over a decade and concluded that the site's personal ads led to an increase in the disease.
Sponsored Insight: Ignition has set out to tear up the rule book on traditional law practices.
The Iranian-backed film, which will not show the Prophet's face, has led to a rival Qatari production.
An annual report comparing healthcare across Europe shows Britain falling from 14th to 16th.
A judge has said that Facebook pages which seem to insult the Prophet Muhammed should be blocked.
It's a surprising move from the usually secretive country, but the new initiative will reportedly begin in May.
The project is just one of the hundreds of investmenst China have made into infrastructure in the last year
Scientists at the University of Rochester were influenced by the lotus leaf when developing the material.
The warning comes ahead of ahead of landmark elections on Sunday that will decide Greece's future in Europe.
The group hopes to negotiate talks with the North Korean government to resolve issues between the two countries.
Scientists speculate that the Beagle 2 spacecraft broke upon landing on Mars on Christmas Day 2003.
Nearly 70 people have been arrested on charges of 'glorifying terrorism' since the Paris attacks.
Rabbi Menachem Margolin of the European Jewish Association wants a change in law to allow Jews to arm themselves.
Although it may be more hygienic, the procedure is illegal in many countries and health workers are flouting the law.
The Nigerian jihadist group are reported to have killed 2,000 since the beginning of the year.