The United Nations has called on Iran to allow peaceful demonstrations to take place – amid a crackdown against protests over the death of a young woman who was detained for breaking the law on wearing a hijab.
Hundreds of thousands of people have lined the streets of London and Windsor.
Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has resigned after her government conceded defeat to a rival right wing bloc in Sunday’s election.
Troops and military horses have spent days rehearsing for this afternoon’s procession, as well as Monday’s funeral.
Ukrainian forces have retaken a number of key strategic towns from Russia’s forces, as they push even deeper into occupied territory around the eastern city of Kharkiv and towards Luhansk.
She insisted that her policy of cutting taxes was fair – even though the rich would gain more than the poor.
Thousands of Russians have queued in Moscow to pay tribute to the last man to rule over the USSR.
‘Serious human rights violations’ that may amount to ‘crimes against humanity’.
Flooding in Pakistan has claimed more than a thousand lives since the monsoon began in June.
Forty-two countries have demanded that Russia withdraw its troops from the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
Rail services across the country have been severely disrupted as drivers from nine companies staged a 24 hour strike.
You might expect the storming of a bank by a gunman would provoke horror and sympathy for the staff.
The amber extreme heat warning issued by the Met Office running from tomorrow to Sunday in much of England and Wales is its longest so far.
As some of the UK heads into another heatwave this week, with temperatures set to reach the mid 30s – as Europe is plunged into its worst drought for decades.
Two of Britain’s best-known gay pioneers are being celebrated in a series of plays exploring different representations of masculinity through the generations.