Unveiling of record-breaking da Vinci painting postponedThe unveiling of a record-breaking Leonardo da Vinci piece has been indefinitely postponed.
Shock twist in 2,000-year ‘chicken or egg’ dilemmaWhich came first, the chicken or the egg?
Franklin’s family criticise ‘distasteful’ eulogyThe family of Aretha Franklin say they were caught off guard by the eulogy delivered at her funeral, calling it “distasteful”.
Japan hit by strongest typhoon in 25 yearsMore than one million people in Japan have been urged to evacuate their homes as the country was hit by its strongest typhoon in 25 years.
Mobiles banned in French schools: Will UK be next?Mobile phones have been banned for primary and middle school pupils in France amid a government drive to improve focus and prevent online bullying.
Colin Kaepernick fronts Nike ‘Just Do It ‘ campaignFormer San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who kickstarted a protest movement against racial injustice in the US, is the face of a new Nike campaign to mark 30 years of the “Just Do It” slogan.
‘Journalists are being jailed – it’s time to act’Two Reuters journalists have been jailed in Myanmar for investigating the massacre of Rohingya Muslims – an act that has been criticised by Theresa May, the US and other countries.
Trump hits out at Sessions in long-running feudDonald Trump has stepped up his attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the indictments of two Republican congressman.
Amsterdam stabbing suspect had ‘terrorist motive’A teenager accused of stabbing two US tourists in Amsterdam has said the attack was sparked by insults to Islam, according to Dutch prosecutors.
Eight dead in munitions plant explosionAt least eight people have been killed in an explosion at a munitions plant near Cape Town in South Africa.