Trouser snake: German police find python in man's undies
A young man spent the night behind bars after officers noticed an unusual outline in his clothing.
Do more to put a stop to North Korea’s weapons testing, May urges China
The British Prime Minister was speaking in Japan during a trade visit and called the most recent missile test over Japan "illegal and provocative".
20 years on, world's still fascinated by life & death of Princess Diana
Twenty years ago, on 31 August, the world woke to the shocking news that Diana, Princess of Wales, had been killed in a car crash.
Journalist wants Nelson's Column in London’s Trafalgar Square to be torn down
Afua Hirsch, who works for Sky News, says Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson defended slavery and was a white supremacist.
UK man behind bars for picking up coins while snorkelling in Turkey
Authorities say the coins are “historical treasures”.
UK MP Sarah Champion quits over newspaper article about rape
In the piece, she wrote Britain has a problem with Pakistani men raping white girls.
British council threatens bike shop with fine over free pump
Isambard’s Cycles in East London has been providing a free pump outside their shop for passing cyclists to use on their bikes in Tower Hamlets.
Glacier reveals bodies of couple missing for 75 years
A married couple from Switzerland went missing after tending to their cows in the Alps in 1942.
Portugal declares day of mourning following devastating fires
Hundreds of firefighters have been tackling the blaze in the centre of the country but it’s now known that at least 61 people have died.
President Zuma joins world leaders in condemning Manchester Arena attack
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation says it hasn’t received reports of South African casualties in the attack.
Princess Diana’s former lover hospitalised
Former army officer James Hewitt, aged 59, had a five-year affair with the Princess of Wales.
UK MPs want social media firms to pay policing costs
British MPs are demanding social media companies like Facebook and Twitter be forced to pay for the cost of policing digital crimes.
Three killed in tense scenes at Turkey’s polling stations
The vote to replace the parliamentary system with an executive presidency was closely contested.
Reality TV show goes off air, ‘forgets’ to tell marooned contestants
A British TV company has come under fire for allegedly forgetting the competitors in a survival reality show.
Theresa May and Scotland leader to meet today ahead of Brexit
The British Prime Minister Theresa May is travelling to Scotland the day before the Scottish Parliament is expected to vote in support of demands for a new independence.
Germany to use voice recognition software to detect migrants’ origin
It’s hoped the technology will weed out those who falsely claim to be Syrian.
Cash boost for team investigating Madeleine McCann disappearance
The London-based inquiry into McCann’s disappearance has been running for almost six years and has cost R165 million.
Tony Blair denies pitching to become Trump Middle East envoy
The British media has been reporting he has met a key Trump advisor three times in the last six months to discuss working for the US administration.