Funerals held for children killed in Sri Lanka bombings
As the police investigations continue, so have the funerals. At least 45 children were killed in the attacks, and their grief-stricken families are struggling to come to terms with their loss.
Former US attorney Preet Bharara: ‘Reasonable chance’ Trump indicted after leaving office
‘No Collusion, No Obstruction’, President Trump declared again on social media today as he dismissed the political fallout from the publication of the Mueller report.
Sri Lanka bombers revealed
Sri Lanka’s is under curfew again tonight, and while police have made progress, saying they’ve identified eight of the nine bombers, they are also in crisis.
Sri Lankan journalist Faraz Shauketaly: ‘Government is rather muddle headed’
Sri Lankan journalist Faraz Shauketaly discusses the terror attacks.
How France is struggling with those radicalised by Islamic State
European countries are still struggling with the challenge of how to deal with citizens who travelled to join extremist Islamic State fighters in Syria and Iraq.
Bret Easton Ellis on Donald Trump: ‘I don’t let myself get trumped by his existence’
When President Trump makes his state visit to the UK, which was confirmed today for early June, he’ll undoubtedly be met by a raft of demonstrations.
Hilmy Ahamed, Muslim Council of Sri Lanka: ‘As a community we fear a backlash’
Hilmy Ahamed , Vice President of the Muslim Council of Sri Lanka, discusses the terror attacks.
First mass funerals held for Sri Lanka terror victims
The first mass funerals have been held here for some of those who died, with services in Colombo and at St Sebastian’s Church in Negombo, where more than 100 were killed.
Sri Lankan Minister Harin Fernando: ‘if it is a conspiracy, this should be really dealt with’
Before Islamic State claimed they had carried out the attack, we spoke to Harin Fernando, Sri Lankan Cabinet Minister for Telecomms.
Isis claims responsibility for Sri Lanka attacks
Sri Lanka is again under curfew tonight and new emergency powers have begun for the military, amid warnings of more explosives and militants in or around Colombo.
Comedian takes the lead in Ukrainian presidential election opinion polls
Millions of Ukrainians have gone to the polls today in a presidential runoff election.
Foreign affairs analyst on Sri Lanka attacks: ‘It’s anybody’s guess who could be behind it’
We’re joined in the studio by Charu Lata Hogg from the foreign affairs think tank Chatham House.
Sri Lankan journalist: ‘There’s a complete sense of shock and disbelief among the people’
We’re joined by Sri Lankan journalist Faraz Shauketaly.
Sri Lanka Easter Sunday attacks kill more than 200 people
At least 207 people have been killed and hundreds more injured in a series of explosions across Sri Lanka.
More deaths in clashes in Libyan capital
Another 15 people have been killed in clashes in the Libyan capital, Tripoli over the last two days – according to the World health organisation.