Q Radio National News
- News Home
- Other categories
Harry: Paparazzi chased Princess Diana then photographed her dying
Prince Harry has criticised the paparazzi for taking pictures of his mother dying in a car instead of trying to help her following the crash in Paris 20 years ago.
Trump: My Charlottesville response was 'perfect'
Donald Trump has said his much-criticised response to riots in Charlottesville was 'perfect' - and claimed North Korea was starting to respect America.
Two charged over Spain terror attacks as suspect is released
One of the surviving suspects of last week's terror attacks in Spain has told a court that a bigger atrocity was planned.
Kim Wall: Limbs 'deliberately cut off' headless torso found near Copenhagen
Danish police have said the headless torso of a woman found floating in waters south of Copenhagen had been deliberately mutilated.
Louise Linton apologises after backlash over 'highly insensitive' Instagram post
The British wife of Donald Trump's treasury secretary has apologised for a "highly insensitive" Instagram post that saw her lash out sarcastically at another user.
May accused of Brexit climbdown over role of European Court of Justice
Britain could still be subject to some rulings by the European Court of Justice after Brexit, after an apparent climbdown by Theresa May.
Boy, 14, arrested in Saudi Arabia for dancing in street to Macarena
A teenager who went viral on Twitter when he was filmed dancing the Macarena on a Saudi Arabian street has been arrested.
Migrants clash in mass brawls around Calais
Up to 200 migrants armed with sticks and iron bars have clashed in five mass brawls near Calais, according to French authorities.
Baby boomer women 'drinking heavily'
More and more women over 50 are drinking heavily, prompting fears for their health, experts have said.
PM hails deal to export red buses to Mexico with aid of taxpayers' cash
A British firm is to sell ninety red double-decker buses to Mexico - after the Government put up £1.7bn of taxpayers' money to help exporters.