Boris Johnson makes it clear he plans to stay as he reshuffles his cabinet - but critics say it is "over" for him.
Two people died in Russian strikes on Ukraine's eastern city of Slovyansk, local officials say.
The 21-year-old is accused of firing 70 bullets onto a crowd, killing seven and wounding dozens.
Irina McCarthy and Kevin McCarthy were shot dead by a gunman, leaving their son Aiden an orphan.
It is part of an escalation in activity in US courts as states seek to impose abortion restrictions.
People are losing faith in democracy to deliver economic stability across Middle East and North Africa, according to a major new survey.
More than eight months of rain have fallen in the Sydney area over four days, turning roads into rivers.
Olivier Vandecasteele's plight emerges as Belgian MPs are asked to back a prisoner swap treaty.
Brittney Griner says she's terrified she might not return to her own country.
Twitter has petitioned a court challenging "several" orders to take down content on its platform.
The Norwegian government has stepped in to stop strikes that threatened to suspend UK gas deliveries.
Wimbledon quarter-finalist Nick Kyrgios is set to appear in court in Australia next month in relation to an allegation of common assault.
The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) is investigating the outcome of two league matches that produced a staggering total of 187 goals.
A new version of the star's 1960s classic Blowin' In The Wind is expected to make £1m at auction.
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