Protesters who have been targeting French oil refineries and fuel depots, causing misery for motorists, are calling for Thursday to be a nationwide day of action.
Sky's Ian King gets an extended interview with the new chief executive of Marks and Spencer hours after the chain's share price sank on warnings its turnaround plan would hurt profits.
In an exclusive interview Jon Woods, UK boss of Coca-Cola, tells Ian King Live how his company expects to handle the introduction of the sugar tax on soft drinks.
David Cameron has appointed the star of The Apprentice, Alan Sugar, as his enterprise tsar, it has been announced. His appointment is part of a drive to encourage more young people to start up their own businesses and will champion the apprenticeships programme.
Senior cancer specialists at Venezuela's top oncology hospital say half of their patients are needlessly dying because they have no access to the most basic of medicines. Sky's Stuart Ramsay reports.
An Australian athlete who won a belated gold medal at the London Olympics, and may have won deferred gold at the 2011 World Championships, has staged a spoof awards ceremony in advance of the real thing.
Chris Evans will be joined by actor Matt LeBlanc, German racer Sabine Schmitz, YouTube star Chris Harris, BBC F1 pundit Eddie Jordan and motoring journalist Rory Reid to put the world’s finest cars from across the globe to the test in the six part series.The all new Top Gear series returns on Sunday
Barack Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima this week "will honour all those who were lost in World War II" the US president said Wednesday, hours after arriving in Japan for a Group of Seven summit.
Barack Obama will be the first sitting American president to visit Hiroshima, where the United States dropped on 6 August 1945, an atomic bomb killing tens of thousands of Japanese people. Since 2003, the plane that carried out the mission has been on display at the Air and Space Museum.
Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko has returned home to a hero's welcome after nearly two years in a Russian jail following a prisoner swap with Moscow that drew a line under a major diplomatic spat. In a defiant speech she says she is "ready to once again give her life for Ukraine on the battlefield
France announced Wednesday it will deploy more than 90,000 police and security guards for Euro 2016, with Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve saying that terrorists would "not prevent" it from celebrating sports.
Senior cancer specialists at Venezuela's top oncology hospital say that half of their patients are needlessly dying because they have no access to the most basic of medicines.
Antique cars rust under the fierce Cyprus sun beside vintage motorcycles and gutted lorries, stranded for four decades on the wrong side of a dividing line that didn't exist when they were parked.
One Direction's Niall Horan calls for more young women to take up golf, ahead of the Horan and Rose Gala Dinner and Pro-Am day on May 29 and 30.Speaking ahead of the Cancer Research UK event, he says he feels very strongly about getting more young people involved in the game.
The Afghan Taliban on Wednesday announced Haibatullah Akhundzada as their new leader, elevating a low-profile religious figure in a swift power transition after officially confirming the death of Mullah Mansour in a US drone strike.
Britain's opposition Labour party leader joins steelworkers rallying in London for government protection for the crisis-hit industry as business minister Sajid Javid visits Mumbai to meet with Tata Steel bosses holding a crunch board meeting to discuss potential buyers for its loss-making UK assets
Survivors and relatives of the victims of the November 13 attacks at the Bataclan concert hall met with investigators and judges leading the case, days after the sole surviving suspect refused to talk to investigators.
An air strike by the Saudi-led coalition fighting opponents of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi killed six civilians from the same family by mistake on Wednesday, a provincial official said.
Interesting close-up footage, filmed in Derbyshire, UK today, of a tiger snail eating algae in an aquarium
Greek police resumed an operation to move migrants out of Idomeni, the squalid tent city where thousands fleeing war and poverty have lived for months. A small group of migrants, fearing they could be relocated to a camp they don't want to go, decided to pack their belongings and go to a different
Ukip leader Nigel Farage is attacked by trees on an open top bus just outside Chapeltown, near Sheffield. He is touring the country to campaign for Britain to vote leave in the upcoming EU referendum.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tells reporters what his party is demanding of Tata Steel and the Government as he attends a steelworkers' march in Westminster
Jared Tallent receives his Olympic gold medal in a spoof ceremony after Russian Sergey Kirdyapkin is stripped of his having been found guilty of doping. The Australian race walker finished second in the 50k at the London 2012 Olympics.
Union and workers' blockades of French oil refineries and depots continued, as part of protests against a new labour law. Six of the eight refineries across the country have reduced output or stopped operating. Oil company Total's refinery in Feyzin, in the region of Lyon, has ceased activity
Following a record-breaking 2,825 entries into Cuprinol’s annual Shed of the Year competition, the much anticipated list of finalists has been revealed, featuring some of the most spectacular sheds ever seen in the competition’s nine year history.