US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday urged Cambodia's leader Hun Sen to allow "vigorous but peaceful" political debate, following accusations that he silences opponents in a bid to extend his three-decade grip on power.
Bangkok witnesses a colourful procession, ahead of the cremation of Thailand's most senior Buddhist monk, Supreme Patriarch Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara, who died in 2013.
Jean-Claude Juncker has expressed doubts that EU countries will be able to maintain a united front during Brexit negotiations.
Can Dündar is the former editor in chief of Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper. After being charged with espionage and surviving an assassination attempt in May 2016, he fled his country and now lives in exile in Germany. Dündar has become a symbol of the crackdown on the press in Turkey under President Recep
Absolutely Fabulous stars Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders say their Ab Fab characters wouldn't have waited for Donald Trump to grab. They were speaking at a BBC Worldwide Showcase event in Liverpool.
A man who survived a police shooting in the Philippines, in which four of his friends were killed, is set to testify against officers. Sky's Tom Rayner reports
US star David Cassidy's announcement that he is suffering from dementia comes as experts predict the condition will take its toll on more people in future. But what is dementia and is it possible to avoid the risk?
The Court of Appeal has ruled a heterosexual couple, Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan, do not have the right to enter into a civil partnership.
Former minister Grant Shapps says he told the Chancellor to call off the business rate increase but was told the "bills were going out next week".
1970s teen idol David Cassidy has admitted he has dementia after forgetting the words to his own songs and appearing physically unstable during concerts.
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Tues. 21.02.17: Papers focus on Iraq's campaign to take back the western section of its second-largest city, Mosul, from the so-called Islamic State group. Meanwhile, papers around the world react to US President Donald Trump's first month in the White House. And The Daily
FRENCH PAPERS - Tues. 21.02.17: Hoping the so-called "Penelopegate" scandal is behind him, conservative presidential candidate François Fillon lays out his new healthcare policies. Meanwhile, Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon is shopping around for allies. And sports daily L'Equipe hopes
A van driver attempts a dangerous manoeuvre as he decides to cut across a slip road and attempt to rejoin the motorway.Caught by Ali de Sousa Ibrahim near Ilford, the driver luckily manages to avoid collision and rejoin the North Circular, despite almost causing an accident.
Footage has emerged from Australia, of the aftermath of a plane crash in a shopping centre in Melbourne.The video, captured from a train this morning, shows a huge plume of smoke rising up in the air. According to reports, four American citizens and their Australian pilot died in the accident. The accident
In an interview with FRANCE 24 at the Munich Security Conference over the weekend, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discussed the US commitment to NATO under President Donald J. Trump and the Alliance's relations with Russia.
An Australian pilot and four American tourists on a golfing holiday have been killed after their charter plane crashed into a shopping mall in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, shortly after take-off.The plane had taken off from Melbourne's second-biggest airport at Essendon, which is next to the
But after meeting now husband Ashley Vaughan, at a house party in 2011, she tied the knot – and brought 100 wedding guests to tears when she spoke flawlessly on her big day, following five years of speech therapy lessons.Now the occupational therapist has told of her joy, after giving birth to 7lb 2oz
Lt Gen HR McMaster is the new nominee for US National Security Advisor. He has said it will be a privilege to continue serving the US.