Breaking News

Latest News

Is March For Our Lives the new civil rights movement?

How young activists are drawing inspiration from the 1960s READ MORE

Week in pictures: 15 - 21 September 2018

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week. READ MORE

Crazy Rich Asians: What it's really like being British East Asian

Meet the people who hope Crazy Rich Asians has finally made them 'exist' for everyone else. READ MORE

Code-cracking WW2 Bombe operation recreated at Bletchley

Modern day codebreakers have used wartime methods to read messages scrambled by an Enigma machine. READ MORE

Rihanna appointed as ambassador by Barbados

The pop icon, designer, actress says she "couldn't be more proud" to take on the government role. READ MORE

Viewpoint: What India's first newspaper says about democracy

Founded in 1780, Hicky's Bengal Gazette notoriously dogged the most powerful men in India. READ MORE

Sudanese poet Raja Bushra on the power of artistic expression

Raja Bushra says poetry enables her and others to openly express the challenges of life in Sudan. READ MORE

Are temporary tattoos a sell-out?

As temporary tattoos grow in popularity, some wonder if the social media culture is driving the trend. READ MORE

Kenya lifts ban on lesbian film Rafiki ahead of Oscars

A Kenyan judge temporarily lifts a ban on a film about a lesbian love affair ahead of the Oscars. READ MORE

Super 8s: Castleford Tigers 42-10 Wakefield Trinity

Greg Eden scores four tries as Castleford comfortably beat local rivals Wakefield to set up a semi-final at Wigan. READ MORE

Pompeo bullish on North Korea denuclearisation

The US secretary of state points to a hopeful sign that North Korea is serious on atomic disarmament. READ MORE

Pompeo takes issue with BBC question about briefing Trump

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo describes how President Trump receives national security briefings. READ MORE