The Duchess of Sussex has talked about the need to "drown out the noise" of negative voices and speak out "even when it makes others feel uneasy", in her most high-profile speech since stepping away from royal life.
A white supremacist has been killed by lethal injection in the first US federal execution for nearly two decades.
A second wave of COVID-19 and a winter lockdown would be a "really awful" prospect for Britain, former prime minister Tony Blair has warned.
As the government announces that Chinese tech giant Huawei's equipment will be removed from the UK's 5G network by 2027, Sky's experts assess the implications of the decision.
A 15 year-old boy has died of bubonic plague in Mongolia, according to the country's health ministry.
Boris Johnson has ordered all Huawei technology to be stripped out of the UK's 5G network by 2027.
The behaviour of tourists in Magaluf has triggered fears of a second wave of coronavirus in Spain after crowds of holidaymakers were filmed partying in the street.
France's traditional Bastille Day celebrations have been transformed to pay tribute to heroes of the coronavirus crisis.
China has accused the US of "stirring up tension" after America's secretary of state said it would take a tougher stance on Beijing's "bullying" in the South China Sea.
The Queen was not told in advance about the controversial sacking of Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, newly released letters reveal.
At least 180 migrants successfully travelled across the English Channel to the UK on Sunday - a new single day record for crossings.
Ireland may bring in tougher measures to ensure people stick to quarantine rules after reports of US travellers hitting the tourist trail hours after landing.
Starting this week, humanity is sending a wave of unmanned spacecraft to Mars to see if it was ever habitable and find out if it could be again.
Twenty-one new COVID-19 infections in Australia's most populous state have been linked to a Sydney hotel used by lorry drivers travelling the country, adding to fears of a second wave of the virus.
The gunman who killed dozens of worshippers at two New Zealand mosques last year has sacked his lawyers and will represent himself when he is sentenced next month.
The brother of Tottenham Hotspur player Serge Aurier has died - with French media reporting that he was shot dead in Toulouse.
John Travolta says his wife Kelly Preston has died from breast cancer.
South Africa's president has announced a ban on alcohol sales to reduce the number of people admitted to hospital.
The long-term effects of COVID-19, even on people who suffered a mild infection, could be far worse than was originally anticipated, according to researchers and doctors in northern Italy.
Eighteen sailors have been injured after an explosion caused a fire on a military ship in San Diego, the fire department said.