An Australian woman and a British man, suspects in the killing of a police officer in the resort of Kuta on the Indonesian island of Bali, take part in a crime reconstruction scene.Sara Connor and David Taylor were arrested as they were seeking protection at the Australian Consulate in Denpasar, Bali
Theresa May chairs a Cabinet meeting at Chequers to brainstorm ideas as to how Britain should approach Brexit. She declared that there will be no attempt to stay in the EU "by the back door" and reasserted her vision that "Brexit means Brexit".
Syria rejects the findings of a UN-led investigation that blamed President Bashar al-Assad's forces for chlorine gas attacks, saying there was no physical evidence to support the conclusions.
In June 2015 Donald Trump ignited a fierce row with Mexico by claiming the immigrants to the US from there were criminals.
Peace talks between Myanmar's government and warring ethnic minorities kick off in a bid to end decades of conflict that have claimed thousands of lives and kept the country mired in poverty.
Dashcam footage shows a shocking 10-car pile-up in Binghamton, New York, and the dramatic moment passers-by rescue a woman trapped in a car in flames.Remarkably nobody was killed in the accident.
Theresa May has ruled out a second referendum on the EU, and insisted that the country will make a success of Brexit.
Residents of the Iraqi town of Qayyarah, south of Mosul, battle fires from nearby oil wells lit by IS jihadists before being pushed out, as crude oil fills the street.
The Philippines holds a military ceremony for 15 soldiers killed in a clash with the Abu Sayyaf Islamic extremist group.
Brazil's Senate is to vote on stripping Dilma Rousseff of the presidency in a dramatic impeachment trial set to end 13 years of leftist rule over Latin America's biggest country.
Hours of heavy monsoon downpour and thunderstorms bring life in the Indian capital to a grinding halt as hundreds of thousands of commuters were stranded on waterlogged roads across the region.
As the transfer deadline approaches, Tom Parmenter looks at the financial gap between the top and bottom of English football
Two women could be facing life in prison in Australia for allegedly smuggling cocaine worth £17m during a cruise.
Mia Aycliffe-Chung's mother and her half-sister speak of their loss - and pay tribute to "brave" Tom Jackson.
The escalating clashes along Syria's border with Turkey reflect the need for a comprehensive peace plan for the war-torn country, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault told FRANCE 24 in a wide-ranging interview on Wednesday. Ayrault also touched on Europe's refugee crisis, the challenges
Junior doctors say the Health Secretary's offer of an 11% pay rise is a "stunt" in an attempt to stop them going on strike over a new contract.
A Florida woman's video of a black bear on her Patio has forced officials to warn that the animals have become too used to humans.
Singer Chris Brown has been arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.The arrest came after a lengthy search of Brown's home in Los Angeles. Brown had earlier said in video posts on Instagram that he was innocent.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Weds. 31.08.16: Papers around the world react to French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron's shocking decision to leave the government. Also, Prime Minister Manuel Valls is in the spotlight after making more controversial comments about the burkini debate. And scientists say
Footage, filmed earlier today, of a car on fire on the M20 in Kent, UK between Junctions 11 and 12.
The International Space Station has captured incredible footage of three hurricanes spinning above the Earth's oceans.
FRENCH PAPERS - Weds. 31.08.16: One story dominates the papers today: Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron's decision to leave the government. His resignation comes as a major blow to President François Hollande, the man who "made" Macron. Many papers say that Macron has (metaphorically) killed
Briton David Taylor, and his Australian girlfriend Sarah Connor, accused of killing a policeman on the Indonesian island of Bali, take part in a reconstruction of the murder.
Just how relevant is France on the global stage? This Tuesday, President Francois Hollande gave his annual address to the French diplomatic corps, outlining the country's stance on various international issues, this as his own country is still dealing with a wave of terrorist attacks. In a complicated
MPs say rising numbers of new mothers are losing their jobs unfairly and Government plans to tackle discrimination "lack bite".