UK man suspected of being Isis member held in Syria
The man, who claims to be a pharmacist, was captured by Kurdish forces a month ago.
Porsche to stop making diesel cars
The German manufacturer says it’ll concentrate on petrol, electric and hybrid engines.
Trump tells Spain wall across Sahara will solve migrant issue, claims official
According to Spanish Foreign Minister, Josepo Borrell, Trump said the way to prevent migrants crossing into Europe via the Mediterranean was to build a wall over the Sahara Desert.
French bus driver facing disciplinary action for slapping boy (12)
A French bus driver who slapped a 12-year-old boy who told him to shut up is facing disciplinary action.
Storm Ali expected to cause travel disruptions in UK
Storm Ali is sweeping in from the Atlantic with weather warnings now in place throughout the day.
[WATCH] Theresa May’s got moves: Reactions to Africa visit
Despite describing her moves as robotic, most are reporting positively on her announcement to increase support to African economies and boost trade with the continent.
Suspect in UK Parliament car crash ‘not cooperating with police'
The man was arrested after a car crashed into security barriers, injuring some cyclists, but failing to break through into the Palace of Westminster estate.
London police treating crash outside UK Parliament as terror-related
One man has been detained on suspicion of terrorist offences, after the car he was driving hit pedestrians and crashed into a barrier outside the UK Parliament.
Anni Dewani’s family speak out on Shrien’s same sex relationship
Videos and photographs uploaded on to social media have confirmed the news less than four years after Shrien Dewani was cleared of killing her.
Shrien Dewani confirms being in same-sex relationship
Pictures of Dewani and his partner Gledison Lopez Martins on vacation have appeared on social media.
Lawyer who helped defend Slobodan Milosevic shot dead
The prominent lawyer had also defended several high-profile mafia bosses in Serbia and Montenegro in recent years.
Germany on verge of running out of beer bottles amid heatwave
The problem is that the hot weather has led to a spike in sales and now a shortage of bottles.
Burberry criticised for destroying R450m worth of merchandise
Over the past five years, Burberry has destroyed £90 million worth of goods.
EU, Japan sign world's biggest free-trade deal
The agreement covers nearly a third of the world’s economic output and affects 600 million people.
Calls for changes to Wimbledon deciding set format
At Wimbledon, South African beat Roger Federer in the quarter-finals in a lengthy and thrilling five-set match and then beat John Isner in the semi-finals in a match that lasted over six hours.
Kremlin rubbishes novichok attack accusations by UK
Novichok is a Russian-designed and made nerve agent but the Kremlin is denying any involvement and says it’s deeply concerned about the incident.
UK to introduce stringent measures for air passenger hand luggage - report
Make-up, baby powder and coffee may all be banned from being carried on to the plane on all flights leaving Britain.
Brexit: Theresa May meets Cabinet to discuss trade plan with EU
The aim is to achieve trade, without tariffs or barriers, but how best to secure that is subject of huge disagreement.