The Adrian Darya 1 (pictured), previously known as the Grace 1, is sailing through the Mediterranean with two million barrels of crude oil on board after being released from Gibraltar.
'Anyone with children… cherish every moment with them': British father's heart-breaking message after his son, 13, falls to his death from sixth-floor apartment in Costa del Sol
Gary Briscoe, the father of 13-year-old Lucas Briscow who died Tuesday after falling from the sixth floor of a holiday apartment in Spain (right), spoke of his grief as he posted a picture of himself and his son online (left). 'I am absolutely heartbroken to lose my wonderful, talented, beautiful son at such a young age,' he said, adding: 'Anyone who has children please cherish every moment with them.' Lucas is thought to have been at the apartment with his mother and a friend when he fell from the terrace and landed on an internal balcony around 1.30pm local time Tuesday. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Nigerian police officers are charged with murder after they're filmed shooting DEAD two unarmed men suspected of stealing phones
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The video shows police officers loading three suspects into a van before one opens fire at the handcuffed suspects in the Igando area of Lagos State (pictured: the officer aiming his rifle at one of the suspects, left; and a suspect standing outside the van, right; another lying on the floor of the van before the shooting starts, inset). One of the officers points a rifle at a suspect, before cocking it and then a gunshot rings out, followed by a groan from the stricken man. Another shot cracks but this time no sound is heard and the victim slumps lifelessly from the doorway. Frantic shouting is heard afterwards as the shooter inspects the casualty. It is not clear whether the shooting was planned or not.
Pictured: British woman, 20, who died in a crash in Italy when her boyfriend overturned the car 'while driving back from nightclub under the influence of drink and drugs'
The 20-year-old, named in Italian media as Lia Lou Di Massa (pictured left and right), died near Naples on Tuesday morning when the car her boyfriend was driving hit a wall by the side of the road. The Italian boyfriend was arrested yesterday and is suspected of having crashed the car while under the influence of drink and drugs. Italy's Carabinieri police seized the car after blood tests on the boyfriend, 21, allegedly showed evidence of cocaine and cannabis use. Ms Di Massa had reportedly lived in Sorrento in southern Italy for some time, while her Facebook profile indicates she had also lived in Chatham, Kent and gone to school in England.
Runaway bull clatters into a woman carrying shopping bags as it makes a desperate bid for freedom after escaping an auction in South Africa
The terrified woman was poleaxed at the side of a road in Standerton, south-east of Johannesburg, as the rampaging animal headed for the hills. CCTV footage shows the bull charging at several bystanders outside a KFC before slamming straight into the woman, sending her sprawling. The bull was eventually captured and returned to the auction site more than half a mile away, while the woman was not badly injured.
North Korean uranium plant 'is leaking radioactive waste into a nearby river putting hundreds of thousands of people at risk of cancer and brain defects'
Jacob Bogle, a researcher from the US, analysed satellite images of North Korea taken since 2003 and found that a uranium plant at Pyongsan (pictured top) appears to have been leaking waste into a nearby river for years (pictured bottom, what appears to be black sludge leaking from a waste pipe into the river in 2006, left, 2011, centre, and 2017, right). The waste is highly toxic and will contain radioactive radium as well as various heavy metals, Mr Bogle says. He believes some 400,000 people which rely on the river are at risk of cancer and brain defects as a result. The polluted river ultimately drains into the Yellow Sea, which has some 600million people living within its catchment area.
Brothers who murdered their sister - known as 'Pakistan's Kim Kardashian' - in an 'honour killing' over her sexual social media videos may walk free after their parents forgive them
Waseem Baloch strangled his sister Qandeel, 26, to death at their home in the Punjab in 2016, claiming her risque photos and videos had 'brought dishonour to the Baloch name' (pictured: Qandeel Baloch, left and inset top; her funeral in 2016, inset bottom; and her brother Waseem Baloch, right) Her other brother Aslam Shaheen is also before the court. An affidavit submitted today by the Baloch parents asked that the court throw out the case and that they had forgiven their sons. It also argues that anti-honour killing legislation was brought in months after Qandeel was murdered and therefore should not be applied in her case.
Danish Queen Margrethe II is 'surprised' by Trump's decision to CANCEL his state visit after the PM said it was 'absurd' to sell Greenland to the US as her predecessor says cancellation is 'deeply insulting'
The Danish Royal family has said it is 'surprised' by Donald Trump's decision to cancel an upcoming state visit while prominent Danish politicians described it as 'deeply insulting'. Trump cancelled his upcoming state visit Denmark after Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (top inset) refused to talk about potentially selling Greenland. The president has been vocal about his interest in buying Greenland, which is owned by Denmark, but the Prime Minister has dismissed his scouting efforts as 'absurd', saying the semi-autonomous island is not for sale. Rebuffed, Trump decided to postpone his meeting (left inset his tweet) with Frederiksen, which was scheduled to take place in two weeks, and canceled his visit altogether. Trump was invited by Denmark's Queen Margrethe II (right) for a state visit in Copenhagen on September 2 and 3. Through the president initially claimed the visit wouldn't be about a Greenland (bottom inset) purchase, his sudden cancellation has cast doubts on the intentions of his trip. White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere confirmed that the entire trip to Denmark was cancelled.