DONALD TRUMP ended his first year in office as the most unpopular US President on record and the past year since his inauguration has been filled with surprises, controversy and disagreements but it is polls suggest he could win a second term.
EXCLUSIVE: Experts fear the world could be on the brink of war as tensions between the US, Russia, North Korea and China remain high. An ex-national security advisor who served under two former US presidents reveals to Express.co.uk where World War 3 could break out.
DAVID Turpin kidnapped his wife Louise from school when she was just 16 and he was aged 24, her sister has claimed as the Turpin parents accused of abusing and torturing their children face 94 years in jail if convicted.
THE Czech parliament lifted the protection of immunity for Prime Minister Andrej Babis, leaving the billionaire open to prosecution over allegations that he fraudulently received European Union subsidies.
NORTH Korea’s nuclear testing may have stalled but Kim Jong-un's test sites remain ready for future missile launches, an expert analyst has warned amid concerns over Kim Jong-un's recent charm offensive with South Korea.
EMMANUEL Macron may accept a decrease of the European Union farm subsidies as the bloc tries to plug the Brexit black hole so more funds can be spent on security, migrants and education, as he cosies up to the bloc risking a backlash and protests from France’s farmers.
THE resurgent Five Star movement would “destroy Italy”, former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has warned as the populist party leads in the polls amid fears for the future of the EU following the election.
NORTH KOREA will "pocket" concessions made thanks to its diplomatic charm offensive to the South to continue to build its nuclear arsenal, which could already include up to 60 nuclear weapons, a former CIA analyst has claimed.
NORTH KOREA's allies in China will not intervene to ensure Kim Jong-un give up its nuclear arsenal despite having signed up to harsh economic sanctions on the rogue regime, a former US top official warned.
BRITAIN'S armed forces have put fear in the heart of Russia but it is not the Navy's new £3.1billion warship or the nation's nuclear warheads that are giving Moscow a headache, according to an international relations expert.