Refugee squat in Greece - 360 video

Refugee squat in Greece - 360 video

This derelict warehouse is home to a number of refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos. They chose to move out of the refugee camp in Moria, found a mile away, after conditions there worsened amid Greeces worst winter for over a decade. Feb 3, 2017
Attack at Louvre: French soldier shoots machete-wielding assailant

Attack at Louvre: French soldier shoots machete-wielding assailant

One solider has been injured and an attacker shot following a terrorist incident at the Louvre in Paris on 3 February. From the Carrousel du Louvre – which sits underneath the famous glass pyramid – the French armed forces shot at the assailant five times and he is now receiving emergency treatment. A second man believed to be an accomplice has also been arrested. Reports in the French media have stated the attacker shouted Allahu akbar or God is great in Arabic as he made his attack. Feb 3, 2017
What is the Bowling Green Massacre?

What is the Bowling Green Massacre?

Donald Trumps senior adviser Kellyanne Conway has come under fire after blaming two Iraqi citizens for a fictional massacre in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Conway was attempting to justify Trumps immigration ban on MSNBC when she made the claims, prompting criticism and ridicule on social media. Feb 3, 2017
How will the Tube strike affect you?

How will the Tube strike affect you?

Crippling tube strikes could go ahead next week in London, running from 20:00 on Sunday 5 February to 11:00 on Wednesday 8 February. More than 3,000 RMT station staff will walk out forcing the closure of most Zone 1 stations and restricting other services around London. The strike is over a long-running dispute between the RMT union and Underground bosses over job cuts, and if unresolved, the RMT is planning more strike action in March. Feb 3, 2017
Francois Fillon fights back accusers who claim he paid wife for jobs she didnt do

Francois Fillon fights back accusers who claim he paid wife for jobs she didnt do

French presidential candidate Francois Fillon attempted to fight back on 2 February as pressure mounted on him to quit the race. Some lawmakers from his own side have urged him to drop his scandal-tainted bid to save the conservatives from defeat.Fillon has denied wrongdoing after Le Canard Enchaine newspaper reported the former prime minister had paid his wife hundreds of thousands of euros for work she may not have done.But Fillon pressed on with his campaign, telling a rally of about 1,000 people to help him resist against orchestrated efforts by his political opponents to break him and the party.He once again defended his actions as nothing illegal and sought to grab back the political high ground by attacking the other presidential candidates. Feb 3, 2017
Sushi chocolate created to lure Valentine’s Day shoppers in Tokyo

Sushi chocolate created to lure Valentine’s Day shoppers in Tokyo

Nestle has tried to redefine sushi as it unveiled chocolate sushi in a bid to attract more shoppers to its premium KitKat store in Tokyo. The three pieces are flavoured with raspberry, mascarpone cheese and pumpkin pudding KitKats on top of sugar-coated puffed rice. The sushi KitKat is not for sale – customers who spend more than 3,000 yen (£21) in their shop until the Valentines Day will be given a pack as a present. Feb 3, 2017