Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has started a hunger strike in protest at not receiving medical attention she says she needs in her Tehran jail. Her husband also says that the Iranians have suggested that they could release her if she agreed to spy for them.
The Northern Ireland couple who’ve scooped a £115 million Euromillions jackpot have said they can’t wait to share the money with their family, charities and friends. Francis and Patrick Connelly, from Moira in County Down, said they wanted to focus on doing good deeds, including creating some new jobs and helping out a local community football club.
A new milestone in space exploration was achieved overnight when a lunar probe made a successful landing on the far side of the moon.
A Government commissioned report into how to revive Britain’s high street says we have too many shops. It says that communities should think creatively about how to turn town centres into spaces everyone can share.
Officials on the United States border with Mexico are facing calls for an inquiry over the death of a seven year old Guatemalan girl who died in US custody.
In Paris, the dismal weather has done what President Macron had failed to do: dampen the ‘Yellow Vest’ protests against him.
Chelsea football club have suspended four people from attending their matches while they investigate alleged racist behaviour by some supporters towards Manchester City star Raheem Sterling during Saturday’s premier league match.
Relatives of victims of the Lockerbie bombing have claimed over the years that their phones and correspondence were being monitored by the secret services. Now previously classified government files appear to confirm their suspicions. The files reveal the Thatcher administration was warned that the families were becoming increasingly organised and should be put under observation. We speak to…
It’s been 32 years since estate agent Susie Lamplugh went missing. Despite thousands of hours of police work, her killer – and her remains – have never been identified. But now, could there be a breakthrough? Police have begun searching a property in Sutton Coldfield.
The radical preacher Anjem Choudary is now in a London probation hostel after being released from prison. He was jailed in 2016 on charges of inviting support for the militant Islamic State group. He’ll be subject to a strict supervision regime, including electronic tagging, a night-time curfew, restricted use of the internet or mobile phone, and not…
Fifty years after the Mangrove restaurant opened in west London’s Notting Hill, there’s been a mini carnival to celebrate a place which defined a part of Britain’s multi-cultural history.
The far-right frontrunner in Brazil’s presidential elections will be in intensive care for at least a week, after he was stabbed during a campaign rally.
One teaching union has conducted a survey which reveals that mainstream schools are struggling to resource support for pupils with special needs. We went to meet an autistic boy who’s been stuck at home for nearly a year. His mum says he’s been failed by the system.
Europe’s biggest infrastructure project, Crossrail, is being delayed until late 2019 so more tests can be carried out.
There’s talk now of a ban in England on selling energy drinks to under 18s, with the government starting a consultation.