A teenager has won his libel case with the far-right activist Tommy Robinson. Syrian refugee Jamal Hijazi was assaulted during an attack at a school in Huddersfield in 2018.
At least 100 people, including journalists and human rights activists, have allegedly been targeted using surveillance malware that hacks directly into their phones.
It took less than three hours for the government to perform its screeching U-turn.
The Health Secretary Sajid Javid took a test after feeling unwell. His positive result for Covid means that other ministers may have to isolate just as restrictions are being lifted in England on Monday and infections continue to rise.
Police officers searching a cafe in Gloucester for the remains of a possible victim of serial killer Fred West say they have not found any human remains.
Thousands of people have fled their homes in the eastern DR Congo after lava from an erupting volcano reached the outskirts of a major city.
Thousands have been marching through central London in support of the Palestinians, on the first day of the truce between Israel and Hamas.
The next step in lifting lockdown restrictions across England, Wales and most of Scotland will go ahead tomorrow as planned, despite concerns about the Indian Covid variant which is now spreading in parts of the country.
Israeli air strikes destroyed a tower block in Gaza housing several media outlets, including the Associated Press and Al Jazeera.
Almost half the cases of Covid in the world every day are being diagnosed in India – and the true numbers there are likely to be far higher.
Children aged 12 and over could be offered the Covid jab when they go back to school this autumn
More than 401,000 new cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours – as several states warned of severe vaccine shortages.
Three of the protesters spoke to us in their first broadcast interview.
The two Russian agents accused of the Salisbury Novichok poisonings in 2018 are now being hunted by the Czech Republic, which says it has ‘clear evidence’ they were linked to an explosion at an arms depot in the country four years earlier.
The government has reassured young people who won’t now be offered the AstraZeneca jab that there will be more than enough alternative ones to go around.