The director of a G4S-run immigration centre where staff were filmed abusing and humiliating vulnerable migrants has resigned as the controversial security firm faces further investigations. Ben Saunders left his role at Brook House, near Gatwick Airport, with “immediate effect” three weeks after the
Forty years ago next month, German anti-terror commandos stormed a Lufthansa jet in Somalia, shot its Palestinian hijackers and freed 90 hostages, a climax in a bloody era of far-left militancy.
The Brazillian government sent its army into a favela, or slum, to help police tackle violence among heavily armed drug gangs. Police officers entered Rocinha, in Rio de Janeiro, on the morning of Monday 18 September, trying to arrest rival gang members who invaded the favela on Sunday morning and began
French Olympic Committee President Denis Masseglia "cannot imagine" a situation that will lead to the country boycotting next year's Winter Olympics in South Korea amid growing concerns over tensions in North Korea. France Sports Minister Laura Flessel said on Thursday that if the crisis