The president of Iran's weightlifting federation has said the country has 'talented female athletes'
It seems many are disappointed with the sales for an unusual reason
Macer Gifford left his job as a banker to join the Kurdish People's Protection Units
Education editor at Spiked Magazine Joanna Williams says if we keep criticising fairytales one day all books will have to be burned
Katie Hopkins says if you put yourself in the public eye you're going to be criticised and you 'need to suck that up'
The 61-year-old allegedly posted online to say patients should bring money or proof of health insurance to appointments
Benjamin Scheinkopf was able to survive in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp by working as a barber
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport says it wants to fight against the decision
it is claimed chairs were used as weapons and one man suffered a head injury
A final cause of death for Aijalon Mahli Gomes has not yet been established but it is thought to be either accidental or suicide
Messages in the WhatsApp group allegedly threatened Madrid's mayor, journalists and a fellow police officer
The man's note asked 'where can a lonely pensioner and widower find a place in a small group for Christmas?'
Adam Bienkov, UK political editor of Business Insider, says the stamp duty announcement won't help people long-term
Police in Germany detained the men after raiding eight apartments across the country
Theresa May's former communications director Katie Perrior says the real issue has been overlooked
Pinarello was promoting its new electric bike with posts on Instagram
Philip Hammond has announced a £180 million investment in maths teaching and more funding for A-Level students
Many danced, waved flags and sounded their car horns
The male hormone reportedly caused the woman to stop menstruating, grow thicker body hair and seriously damaged her liver
Travel campaigner Lianna Etkind says railcards may encourage people to drive less
Katie Hopkins said Jack Maynard is an 'angel' in comparison to her
American investigative journalism company ProPublica claims Facebook approved adverts which went against their own guidelines
Some are protesting against ultra-Orthodox men studying in yeshivas taking part in compulsory military service