The government of the UAE stressed “compelling and powerful” evidence was shown in support of prosecuting British academic Matthew Hedges for spying amid an outcry in the UK over his sentencing to life imprisonment.
Celebrities in the US spent time with their families as they marked Thanksgiving.
Amy Jones and Natalie Sciver both reached a half-century as England secured a convincing eight-wicket win to reach the Women’s World T20 final.
A Co Donegal man wanted by prosecutors in Northern Ireland over the August 1972 murder of two soldiers is to face an extradition hearing in Dublin later on Friday.
Brexit fills front pages on Friday as Theresa May’s efforts to win enough support for her deal approach a key moment.
Rita Ora has defended her performance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade after fans criticised her for lip-syncing.
It has been 24 years since audiences around the world were stunned by The Lion King.
The Government’s target of installing smart meters in every home by 2020 will not be met and the cost of the rollout is likely to “escalate” beyond expectations, the spending watchdog has warned.
The director of forthcoming film Girl In The Spider’s Web which charts the struggles of hacker heroine Lisbeth Salander has said it would be pretentious to link the character to #MeToo.
An influential group of MPs has launched an inquiry into IT failures in the financial services sector following a string of meltdowns at high street banks.