President Donald Trump has said it “certainly looks” as though Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, and he threatened “very severe” consequences if the Saudis are found to have murdered him.
Ralph Fiennes has said he is saddened by the “unhealthy status” of the UK’s relationship with Russia.
Trying to connect with your students as a teacher whilst still helping them learn is never the simplest of tasks for a teacher – but this one has got it nailed.
Britain’s biggest and most powerful warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, will be welcomed to the United States by the Statue of Liberty as the aircraft carrier arrives in New York on her maiden deployment.
Two Russian football internationals have been charged with battery and hooliganism after both were involved in two brawls in Moscow earlier this month.
Love Island star Alex George has appeared to poke fun at fellow contestants Georgia Steel and Sam Bird following news of their split.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Kate Silverton said dancing the samba to Toto’s song Africa has left her “traumatised”.
A young mother held back tears as she told a court of the moment she saw her brother-in-law shoot her sister and mother at almost point-blank range with a stolen rifle.
Lewis Hamilton said Juan Manuel Fangio is the Formula One Godfather as he stands on the brink of history by matching the Argentine’s championship haul.
Ireland’s premier has warned there is a “real risk” of a return to violence in Ireland if a hard border returns.