Police would like to identify two men and a woman after Transport for London (TfL) staff were attacked at West Ham Underground station in London on Thursday evening.
Guests including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are attending the wedding of fashion designer Misha Nonoo.The American-based designer - who reportedly first set up the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on a blind date - is marrying energy entrepreneur Michael Hess this weekend in an elaborate ceremony in Rome.
On the Monopoly board, Mayfair is London’s most expensive property. Its streets are lined with grand townhouses, embassies and ambassadors’ residences standing shoulder-to-shoulder with some of Britain’s fanciest hotels and restaurants.
Labour MPs are to make a fresh bid to force a second referendum on any Brexit deal secured by Boris Johnson.Peter Kyle and Philip Wilson believe that their amendment – which won 280 votes and was defeated by a majority of just 12 in April – could be passed by MPs at a second attempt, now that the prime minister has lost his majority in the Commons and Labour is unequivocally committed to a people’s vote on any Brexit outcome.
Scotland Yard has been accused of suppressing a second damning report criticising both police and Tom Watson for pursuing a false rape allegation against Lord Brittan.
The woman accusing Prince Andrew of having sex with her as a teenager says she is willing to fight a defamation case to prove her story, as she made the claims on TV for the first time.
Iran will pursue any aggressor, even it carries out a limited attack, and seek to destroy it, the head of the elite Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday, after attacks on Saudi oil sites which Riyadh and U.S officials blamed on Tehran. U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday approved sending American troops to bolster Saudi Arabia's air and missile defences after the Sept. 14 attack. Iran denies involvement in the attack, which was claimed by Yemen's Houthi movement, a group aligned with Iran and currently fighting a Saudi-led alliance in Yemen's civil war.
Online footage purporting to show hundreds of blindfolded and shackled prisoners in a mostly Muslim region of China is believed to be authentic, a European security source has told Sky News. The detainees are thought to be from China's minority Uighur Muslims, the source said on Friday. Human rights organisations accuse China of holding one million people, mostly ethnic Uighurs, at sprawling detention camps in Xinjiang province - a charge Beijing strongly denies.
The CCTV boss in charge of monitoring the body of footballer Emiliano Sala encouraged her colleague to watch the player’s post-mortem, texting him: "Nice one for you to watch when you're next in.”
The United States announced on Friday it would send military forces to the Gulf following attacks on Saudi oil facilities, hours after Donald Trump ordered new sanctions on Tehran.
Doctors from Turkey's large cities have been stationed in two southern provinces to prepare for a possible incursion into northern Syria, two security sources told Reuters on Friday, adding leave for doctors in the region had been cancelled. Turkey and the United States have been working to establish a safe zone in northern Syria along the Turkish border. President Tayyip Erdogan has said that Washington is stalling the process and that Turkey would carry out an operation into Syria if the safe zone is not set up by the end of September.
At least two alien hunters have been detained at the gate of Area 51 in Nevada.Reports suggested one man was arrested for urinating at the gate of the once-secret military base, while another was detained for trying to go under it.
Labour’s plans to abolish private schools are “ethically dubious”, a teacher trade union boss has said.
Hong Kong erupted in further clashes after pro-China supporters tore down “Lennon Walls” of anti-government protest messages.Dozens of Beijing supporters ripped through large mosaics of colourful Post-it notes calling for democracy and denouncing perceived Chinese meddling in the former British colony.
Millions of people, mostly students and children, have taken part in demonstrations calling for urgent action from their governments to tackle climate change. The protests, inspired by Swedish teenage activist Greta Thunberg, started in the Pacific islands and then continued across Australia, Japan and South East Asia before moving on to Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas - 139 nations in all. Young people stayed away from school while employees did not go into work during the day of mass protests.
New Zealand fired an ominous warning of their grim focus to secure a record third-straight World Cup crown by grinding past South Africa 23-13 in Yokohama.The back-to-back world champion All Blacks fended off everything a turbocharged Cheslin Kolbe and the Springboks could throw at them, powering to an opening victory at times prosaic in style - but every inch foreboding for their foes.
A new trailer for The Crown shows the Queen's transition from Claire Foy to Olivia Colman. The short clip, released by Netflix on Friday, is the first full trailer for the upcoming series, and reveals a scene of the monarch having her portrait taken for a new set of stamps. Oscar-winner Colman has taken over the role from Foy to play an older version of the Queen for the third series of the lavish period drama.
Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has admitted it would be “difficult” if dropping Nico Hulkenberg forced his outgoing driver to leave the championship entirely.
Members of boy band BTS could have to serve in the South Korean army after reportedly being denied an exemption.Men in South Korea are required to participate in mandatory military service between the ages of 18 and 28.