President Trump says he has talked to Saudi Arabian officials at the highest levels.
Rising concern in Washington over disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi
Khashoggi: growing international pressure for answers
Saudi Arabia's UK ambassador says he's concerned" about missing journalist.
American pastor released from detention in Turkey
Andrew Brunson's imprisonment on terrorism charges led US govt to impose sanctions
Theresa May says real progress has been made in the Brexit negotiations
Donald Tusk says it is more likely than ever that Britain will leave EU without a deal.
MPs call for Commons Speaker to resign
John Bercow has told friends he will stand down next summer.
Theresa May addresses EU leaders in Brussels
EU 27 says there will be no November summit.
2 senior Afghan security officials killed in Kandahar
American military commander who'd been meeting them escapes unharmed.
Central American migrants break through Mexico-Guatemala border
Migrants confronted by Mexican police in riot gear - as they try to reach the US.
Foreign Secretary says Saudi explanation for Khashoggi death isn't credible
Turkey to reveal all it knows about the murder tomorrow.
BBC discovers new evidence of Chinese detention camps in Xinjiang.
Claims that as many as a million Muslims are being held indefinitely without trial
US secret service intercepts explosive devices sent to leading Democrats
President Trump says such actions have no place in the United States.
Sir Philip Green named as man who obtained injunction to stop damaging allegations
Businessman wholly denies any allegations of "unlawful sexual or racist behaviour."
56 year old man arrested over letter bombs sent to Trump critics
Cesar Sayoc faces offences carrying a maximum prison sentence of 48 years.
Phillip Hammond delivers his last Budget before Brexit
Chancellor declares that austerity is coming to an end.
President Trump visits Pittsburgh, after Saturday's synagogue attack
Mr Trump considering scrapping 'birthright citizenship'.
US calls for end to hostilities in Yemen
UN committed to bringing both sides in civil war to negotiating table within a month.
Arron Banks denies allegations he may have committed criminal offences in Brexit campaign
National Crime Agency begins investigation - after referral by Electoral Commission
US Mid-term Election Preview
The last big push ahead of the US mid-term elections.
US restores sanctions targeting Iran's oil, finance and shipping sectors
Pompeo threatens "relentless" financial pressure on Tehran
Polls due to close as Americans vote in the mid-term elections
Republicans and Democrats battling for control of the two houses of Congress.
Donald Trump fires his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, after the mid-term elections
President hailed the results as a "tremendous success"
United Nations is to double food aid being sent to Yemen
Announcement comes as fighting intensifies around the port city of Hodeidah.
Jo Johnson resigns over Brexit
Transport Minister says we need to have another referendum.
Theresa May says Brexit talks are now in "the end game".
Prime Minister acknowledges in speech that negotiations are immensely difficult.
Britain and EU agree draft Brexit withdrawal document
Cabinet members being briefed tonight in Downing Street
Theresa May secures cabinet backing for draft Brexit deal
BBC is told 9 senior government ministers spoke against agreement.
Theresa May Vows To Fight On
After one of her toughest days in office, Theresa May vows to fight on and deliver Brexit.
Leading cabinet brexiteers give their backing to Theresa May
Michael Gove and Liam Fox provide respite for embattled PM
Brexit pressure for Theresa May from DUP
Democratic Unionist MPs fail to back government on a number of Finance Bill votes.
President Trump's statement on Saudi Arabia
President Trump declares his support for Saudi Arabia
Govt "deeply concerned" about the case of a British academic
Matthew Hedges jailed for life in the United Arab Emirates.
Officials from UK and EU agree draft declaration on future partnership
Summit now expected on Sunday to approve Brexit withdrawal deal
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Ukraine declares martial law in regions bordering Russia
Order comes in response to the seizure of three of its naval ships
Theresa May visits Wales and Northern Ireland at the start of Brexit tour
PM's former close ally, Sir Michael Fallon, describes the deal as "doomed"
Bank of England gives bleak assessment of the impact of disorderly Brexit
Carney warns economy could be tipped into recession worse than the financial crisis
Trump's Former Lawyer Pleads Guilty
President Trump's former lawyer pleads guilty to misleading congress.
Ukraine bans Russian men of fighting age from entering the country
President says it's to prevent the formation of what he calls "private armies"
Speaker: "arguable case" that government in contempt of parliament
Attorney General defends Brexit agreement as "a sensible compromise".
Parliament inflicts series of Brexit defeats on the government
Theresa May's authority takes another blow
Peace talks between warring sides in Yemen's civil war begin tomorrow.
Yemeni government and Houthi rebels arrive in Sweden for talks.
Brexiteers reject Theresa May's attempt to find Irish backstop compromise
Downing Street says Commons vote on Mrs May's deal will go ahead on Tuesday
Canadian court hears senior Huawei executive wanted in US on fraud charges.
Meng Wanzhou accused of trying to bypass American sanctions on Iran.
Theresa May cancels Commons vote on Brexit deal
PM will return to Brussels to try to secure "additional reassurances".
Brexiteers increasingly confident of triggering no-confidence vote in PM
Theresa May holds series of meetings with European leaders to try to save Brexit plan
Backbenchers fail to remove Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party
Prime Minister wins confidence vote by 200 - 117
UN announces truce has been agreed in Yemen
Deal will allow vital humanitarian aid into the key port of Hodeidah.
Negotiations at the UN climate conference in Poland extended
Delegates seek agreement on how to tackle rising temperatures.
Labour tables vote of no confidence in Prime Minister
Mrs May says parliamentary vote on Brexit deal won't be held until mid-January.
Government steps up contingency measures for "no deal" Brexit
Three and a half thousand troops have been put on standby
Biggest change to immigration policy for four decades outlined by govt
UK will allow people to work and settle in UK based on skills not where they're from
Officials at Gatwick say there will be no flights tonight
Rogue drone spotted flying at the airport within the past hour.
Flights in and out of Gatwick Airport have resumed after drone shutdown
Sussex Police say they've identified "people of interest".
US financial markets suffer dramatic losses
Donald Trump blames America's central bank.
Vladimir Putin watches final test of hypersonic missile
President says it will penetrate any existing or next generation defence system
President Trump Accused of Security Breach
President accused of causing a major security breach after visiting troops in Iraq.
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Trump Visits Texas to Build Support for Wall
President Trump continues efforts to persuade politicians to fund wall on Mexican border
US begins pullout from Syria
US begins pulling its military out of Syria, fulfilling a presidential policy change
Report: Trump instructed lawyer to lie to Congress
White House dismisses report that Donald Trump instructed former lawyer to lie to Congress