Environmental activists glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange and climbed onto the roof of a train at Canary Wharf on the final day of protests aimed at forcing Britain to take action to avert what they cast as a global climate cataclysm.
The Duke of Cambridge is to meet those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks, where 50 people were killed.
Manchester United's Paul Pogba is named in the PFA Team of the Year 2018-19 - the only man not from either Manchester City or Liverpool.
Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn was set to walk out of a Japanese detention center for a second time since his arrest last year on financial misconduct charges, after posting the $4.5 million bail set by a Tokyo court on Thursday.
Protesters have glued themselves to each other and to the building in the City of London.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin met at a summit on Thursday intended to show Washington is not the only power with enough clout to engage with Pyongyang on its nuclear program.
A merger between the supermarkets would lead to higher prices, the UK competition watchdog says.
Facebook Inc on Wednesday blew past Wall Street profit estimates in the first quarter and set aside $3 billion to cover a settlement with U.S. regulators, calming investors who had worried about the outcome of a months-long federal probe.
Climate change activists climbed onto the roof of a train at Canary Wharf's Docklands Light Railway station in London as part of the 11th day of direct action aimed at pushing politicians to take more radical measures to protect the environment.
Paralysed after being shot as a teenager, British wheelchair racer Johnboy Smith goes for London Marathon glory on Sunday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said on Thursday that he was visiting Russia to hold talks with President Vladimir Putin about the situation on the Korean peninsula.
Asian shares slipped to three-week lows on Thursday as a surprise deterioration in German and South Korean economic data rekindled fears of slowing global growth, while oil prices pulled back slightly after a sharp run-up earlier in the week.
Free TV licences for over-75s and other "outdated" age-related benefits should be scrapped, peers say.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he discussed the situation on Korean peninsula with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday.
Data analysed by the BBC reveals rocketing number of listings amid debate over the effect on communities.
Many left-leaning Americans regarded Special Counsel Robert Mueller as a paragon of courage and toughness, an unflinching prosecutor who would stop at nothing to ensure justice was served to President Donald Trump.
The two leaders are meeting for the first time in Russia, soon after the Trump-Kim talks collapsed.
As mourners buried the remains of Christian worshippers killed by the Easter Sunday suicide bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, hundreds of Muslim refugees fled Negombo on the country's west coast where communal tensions have flared in recent days.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, a moderate Democrat who has made his appeal to the disaffected working-class voters who deserted the party in 2016 a key part of his political identity, is set to launch his third run for the White House on Thursday.
A report calling for an end to free TV licences for over-75s is among the stories that lead the newspapers.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday he expected his visit to Russia would help the two countries understand how to reach settlement over the Korean peninsula and develop bilateral ties.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said on Thursday that his summit with President Vladimir Putin will help jointly assess the Korean peninsula issues and coordinate their stances.
After 11 years and 21 movies a little revision can't hurt before you see the latest Marvel film.
The children's commissioner calls for a government review into how girls involved in gangs are supported.
A merit-based immigration proposal being put together by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner could lead to an increase in U.S. visas for highly skilled workers, sources familiar with the effort said on Wednesday.
U.S. President Donald Trump touted progress in the fight against opioid abuse on Wednesday and promised to hold drugmakers accountable for their part in the crisis, a day after his administration brought its first related criminal charges against a major drug distributor and company executives.
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk suggested on Wednesday a capital raise could be imminent, as the electric vehicle maker lost $700 million in the first quarter and predicted a return to profit in the third.
Half a million UK children have not been vaccinated against the potentially deadly illness, Unicef warns.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif does not believe U.S. President Donald Trump wants war with Iran, but he told Reuters on Wednesday that Trump could be lured into a conflict.
Microsoft Corp on Wednesday briefly topped $1 trillion in value for the first time after executives predicted continued growth for its cloud computing business.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an order on Wednesday simplifying the procedure for obtaining a Russian passport for residents of separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine, prompting calls from Kiev for more international sanctions.
Scottish entrepreneurs aim to go global with their hope to replace palm oil using coffee waste.
Campaigners say young people with incontinence are suffering from a lack of support.
He fought back from disaster to reinvent the football terrace and build more stadiums than anyone since.
The UK's biggest food bank charity handed out 1.6 million food packages last year.
Lazarus is using his music to combat the murder and mutilation of albino people in East Africa.
Yaba, a mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, is wreaking havoc in Bangladesh, and hundreds of people have died in "crossfire" incidents involving police.
After Apartheid ended all South Africans regardless of race were finally able to vote for the first time in 1994. Organising the elections was a huge logistical challenge.
North Korean migrants working in Russia are facing uncertainty due to UN sanctions.
An early estimate suggests that donations to the iconic cathedral now far surpass the cost of repairs.
Omar al-Bashir’s regime tried to smear protesters with fake confession videos. It didn’t work.
Rahul Gandhi has energised a struggling party and has been increasingly setting the agenda.
A school in Essex is using Facebook Live to get pupils engaged with reading through bedtime stories.
Global pork prices could rise sharply as African swine fever decimates China's pig population.
The second largest emperor penguin colony in Antarctica disappears, satellite images show.
Manchester City's players need to stay calm in order to win the Premier League title for a second successive year, says manager Pep Guardiola.
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah and Haile Gebrselassie accuse each other over a version of events regarding an alleged theft at a hotel.
What's behind the surge in the anti-abortion movement and what exactly is a heartbeat bill?
The former US vice-president is set to announce that he's running for the White House - again.
New World Health Organization guidelines say under twos should not have any sedentary screen time.