The Duchess of Cornwall was told Britain has some catching up to do when it comes to women’s equality during her tour of Cuba.
The US Education Department has launched an investigation into eight schools embroiled in a college admissions cheating scheme.
Anti-racism campaigners believe players are nearing the point when they will walk off the pitch if they continue to be subject to racist abuse, but concede it will be a “massive decision” to take.
The maker of OxyContin has agreed to pay 270 million US dollars (£204 million) to Oklahoma to settle allegations it helped set off the nation’s deadly opioid crisis with the aggressive marketing of the painkiller.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said that nobody can condone the choices of Lisa Smith, an Irish woman who is currently detained in Syria and has alleged links to Islamic State (IS).
A long extension to Article 50 is a better option than the Prime Minister’s draft Withdrawal Agreement, the DUP said.
Five men have been jailed for a total of 120 years after trying to import cocaine with a street value of over £100 million into the UK hidden in a yacht.
The RAF has taken 20 tonnes of life-saving aid to survivors of the devastating Cyclone Idai which has torn through three southern African countries.
MPs will take part in a series of paper ballots on Wednesday in a bid to work out what kind of Brexit has a chance of winning the support of the House of Commons, it has been confirmed.
Dramatic footage of a motorway pile-up has been released to highlight the danger of driving too close to the vehicle in front.