Alek Manissian is suspected of driving a van up to a mile down a busy downtown Toronto sidewalk
'At this stage, the possibility of carrying out an unwilling deportation to a third country is not on the agenda'
A revealing look at the US president's social media account
Religious symbol is already compulsory in public schools and courtrooms in predominantly Catholic Bavaria
UK officials suggested EU citizens could borrow someone else's phone, according to MEPs
Man blocked sole entrance of KTV lounge with motorbike before setting it ablaze
The company joins others in ending NRA member discounts after the Florida school shooting
Foreign Office says it is 'in touch with Brazilian authorities'
Day after prime minister pushed out of office, government and opposition mark 103rd anniversary
Sebastian Woodroffe dragged by neck through remote village following death of Olivia Arevalo
Judge declares mistrial - prosecutors could seek another trial on manslaughter charges
It's not the first time an officer of the law has used baked goods to apologise to fellow emergency workers after shooting them rather than the target
Pontiff celebrates St George's Day with 'most needy' of Rome
Ministers also called on Moscow to help resolve the conflict in Syria
The driver of the vehicle is in custody