A national unity government has been called for in Israel after exit polls provided no clear winner in the country's second general election of 2019.
Jeremy Corbyn has attempted to head off a bitter Brexit row at Labour's conference in Brighton this weekend by spelling out a compromise policy which he hopes his party will support.
The US government is suing Edward Snowden over his new book, saying it "violates non-disclosure agreements".
Facebook has revealed the rules that will govern its "supreme court" - a new 40-person independent board that will make the final decision on controversial questions about the social network's content.
France is to give free iodine tablets to more people living near the country's 19 nuclear plants.
The UK has put forward ideas to end the Brexit impasse, but is stopping Brussels from keeping hold of written details due to fears the proposals will be leaked, it is understood.
A second man has been arrested in connection with the theft of an 18-carat gold toilet from Blenheim Palace.
A gas explosion caused a fire at a Russian research centre which is reported to hold one of the world's largest collections of deadly viruses - including Ebola, HIV and smallpox.
The attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities originated from inside Iran, according to US media reports.
A government lawyer would not rule out Boris Johnson trying to close parliament for a second time during a Supreme Court hearing.
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson has talked up their chances of winning a general election - and she would appoint a minister for happiness upon becoming prime minister.
Detectives are trying to trace a suspect following an assault on a police officer during a protest supporting Tommy Robinson.
Wales assistant coach Rob Howley has been sent home from the Rugby World Cup for a "potential breach" of betting rules, the Welsh Rugby Union has said.
After 10 years of friendship, romance, being on a break, a Vegas marriage and lots more on-again-off-again romance, Ross and Rachel finally got back together in the last ever episode to give Friends fans their happy ending.
A teenager was stabbed to death after getting caught up in an argument between drug dealers and was unlikely to have been the intended target, a court has been told.
A replica of Captain Cook's ship Endeavour has been banned from docking at a village in New Zealand after an outcry from the local Maori community, according to reports in the country.
Snapchat is taking selfies into the third dimension in the latest update to its photo-sharing and messaging app.
A US cancer survivor has become the first person to swim across the Channel four times non-stop.
There are two things that Rutland residents are especially proud of: being England's smallest county, and being the only county that doesn't have a McDonald's.
Boris Johnson has been accused of silencing MPs to avoid scrutiny over his Brexit plans at the opening of a Supreme Court showdown over the decision to suspend parliament.