Queen Elizabeth will set out on Thursday Prime Minister Boris Johnson's legislative agenda following his election victory, including a pledge to bring the EU Withdrawal Agreement bill back to parliament before Christmas, his office said on Saturday.
Mexico's deputy foreign minister, Jesus Seade, said on Saturday he sent a letter to the top U.S. trade official expressing surprise and concern over a labor enforcement provision proposed by a U.S. congressional committee in the new North American trade deal.
Kelvin, Emma and Karim have done battle on the BBC dancefloor but who won the glitterball trophy?
Marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge is voted Sports Personality's World Sport Star of the Year.
Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh was crowned as Miss World 2019 on Saturday and said she wanted to use her title to work for "sustainable change" for women and their children.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to "focus on reality" and recognize that the Scottish National Party (SNP) has been given a mandate for a second independence referendum, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Saturday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited former strongholds of his Labour opponents in northern England on Saturday and pledged to repay their trust for helping to deliver a stunning victory for his Conservative Party in Britain's national election.
Major economies resisted calls for bolder climate commitments as a U.N. summit in Madrid limped toward a delayed conclusion on Saturday, dimming hopes that nations will act in time to stop rising temperatures devastating people and the natural world.
An 18-year-old man is being questioned on suspicion of murdering the 15-year-old.
He is being held on suspicion of murder after staff raised concerns about the 69-year-old woman's death.
Saracens head coach Mark McCall says a comment to hooker Jamie George by one of Munster's medics caused a brawl involving almost 30 players.
One man was killed and his son was hurt in a suspected robbery in Buenos Aires, local media say.
Liverpool's 2-0 victory against Watford increases their lead to 10 points at the top of the Premier League table.
Leicester are dealt a huge blow in the Premier League title race as they are held to a draw by a battling Norwich at King Power Stadium.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp rejects suggestions top clubs want more Champions League games as Liverpool prepare for two games less than 24 hours apart.
Demonstrators in eastern India set fire to more than a dozen buses and vandalized at least six railway stations on Saturday, as violent protests against a new citizenship law continued for a fourth straight day.
Monterrey's Leonel Vangioni gives his side the lead from range with an "absolute rocket" against Al-Sadd Sports Club in their Fifa Club World Cup match.
Shadow chancellor blames Brexit for the party's defeat, saying Jeremy Corbyn was "the right leader".
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday a "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China was "very good" for global economic growth, and added that the second phase could come in several steps.
The United States and China cooled their trade war on Friday, announcing a "Phase one" agreement that reduces some U.S. tariffs in exchange for what U.S. officials said would be a big jump in Chinese purchases of American farm products and other goods.
Bashir has been sentenced to two years for corruption - but cannot be jailed because of his age.
North Korea said it had successfully conducted another test at a satellite launch site, the latest in a string of developments aimed at "restraining and overpowering the nuclear threat of the U.S.", state news agency KCNA reported on Saturday.
Tens of thousands rally against the right-wing League party of Matteo Salvini, using sardines as their symbol.
New Zealand divers searched contaminated waters near the volcanic White Island for two remaining bodies on Saturday, as the death toll from an eruption rose to 15 people, the police said.
Arsenal distance the club from comments made by midfielder Mesut Ozil on social media about the treatment of Uighur Muslims in China.
The great majority of countries at ongoing U.N. climate talks want a final text that pushes for more ambitious commitments, a senior official said, hours after the circulation of a draft that was widely criticized as too weak.
UN climate talks in Madrid appear to be in trouble as they head deep into extra time.
A senior North Korean military official said that recent tests of defense technology are aimed at subduing nuclear threats from the United States, state media reported on Saturday.
The first minister says most people in Scotland want a "very different future" to the rest of the UK.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on Friday for "closure" over the Brexit divisions that have riven the United Kingdom, saying his election victory provided an overwhelming mandate to take Britain out of the European Union on Jan. 31.
For the last two years, demonstrator Steve Bray has become known for his protests outside Westminster, shouting "Stop Brexit" at British lawmakers inside parliament and disrupting live news reports with his pro-European Union banners.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party secured a majority in a landslide election victory, results showed on Friday.
China and the United States' "phase one" trade agreement is good news for all and will "provide stability in global trade", the Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi said during a visit to Slovenia on Saturday.
Boris Johnson visits Sedgefield in north-east England, which has returned its first Conservative MP for 84 years, following the party's general election victory.
President Donald Trump's private lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was at the White House on Friday, the same day that a Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives panel approved impeachment charges against Trump.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday took Republican President Donald Trump to the brink of impeachment by approving two charges against him over his efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden.
Some of the stories you may have missed this week.
The Beatles star left them on the back seat of Ringo Starr's Mercedes in the summer of 1968.
Krystal Eve Browitt died on White Island, while her father and sister were seriously injured.
Longleat Safari Park asked people to send socks for the rodents to sleep and store food in.
The British singer talks about prejudice, doubters and how her success is just desserts.
This time the opinion polls called it correctly, says BBC political analyst Peter Barnes.
Videos about the NHS received the highest views and shares on social media platforms.
We went back to our panel of undecided voters to find out what swayed them and who earned their vote.
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We look at 20 photographs of the former KGB agent, who became Russia's president in 1999.
A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
Why did the Conservatives win a seat they did not target and one they had never won before?
One of the most controversial US police shootings of the 1990s.