We took a look back at some images charting the life of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Attacks are on the rise across the African continent; a consequence of poverty, domestic grievances new and old, and Africa’s resource “curse”.
20 percent of the population have now been displaced by the series of volcanic eruptions, while thousands more are now at risk of food insecurity.
Our Europe Editor, Matt Frei, explains how Merkel became the powerful presence she is today, someone uniquely qualified for the role: a unifier, a pragmatist, the most talented politician of her generation.
The World Bank has today pledged $20 million in aid to the government of St Vincent and the Grenadines, where at least 7,000 people have been forced to flee their homes following a series of volcanic eruptions, the latest just hours ago. Authorities there say the island of St Vincent is now running out of…
To the Caribbean Island of St Vincent, where authorities are urging any residents refusing to leave their homes to get out for their own safety before further eruptions expected from La Soufriere volcano.
The Caribbean island of St Vincent has been rocked by a huge explosion, as the La Soufrière volcano fired a huge plume of ash and hot gas into the skies.
Is the AstraZeneca jab safe? Spoiler alert: yes, probably. So why has it been dominating the headlines for weeks? And do broken promises and missed targets mean that the supply of the AstraZeneca vaccination is under threat?
It is hard to imagine that when the Duke of Edinburgh first entered the world of the British royal family, he was very much the outsider.
We meet the brave NHS staff speaking out about online abuse, and why they want big tech to do more to stop it.
It has been a year of isolation, of anxiety, of loneliness, where social activities have been largely shut down and services like care provision severely disrupted. On World Health Day, new figures from the Office for National Statistics show that people with disabilities have been at even greater risk of loneliness during the long lockdowns.…
We look into the story of one woman found in that container – who risked it all to come to the UK and provide for her family.
In recent years, we’ve lost many of the heroes of England’s World Cup winning team of ‘66 – and many of them suffered from dementia. Clare Fallon has been looking at sport and the long-term effects of head injuries.
Our Scotland correspondent Ciaran Jenkins has been talking to voters who previously rejected independence to see if the tide is turning, and what might be behind their change of heart.
Jordan’s former Crown Prince says he has been put under house arrest – as part of a wider crackdown on critics of the country’s leadership.