Beyonce buys Sir Philip Green’s stake in Ivy ParkBeyonce has taken full control of Ivy Park – the clothing brand she launched with Sir Philip Green two years ago.
Rohingya repatriation fails: ‘No one wants to go’The first official day of repatriating thousands of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar has ended in failure after no-one agreed to return.
Frozen ‘super-Earth’ could support life, experts sayA frozen “super-Earth” discovered six light years from Earth could be capable of harbouring life, scientists have said.
Khashoggi murder: Five suspects may face death penaltySaudi Arabia’s public prosecutor has said he is seeking the death penalty for five suspects charged with the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Philippine president defends taking ‘power naps’ at summitPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte has skipped several meetings at an Asia-Pacific summit to take “power naps”.
Uber loses $1bn in three months as growth slowsUber has reported a quarterly loss of $1.07bn (£820m) as it pumped money into bikes, scooters and food deliveries.
McDonald’s manager ‘choked’ by customer after ketchup rowPolice in the US are hunting a woman who allegedly choked a McDonald’s manager because she was not given any ketchup.
Frightened Rohingya fleeing to avoid Myanmar returnHussein Ahmed’s wife and children are missing.
Trump lacked ‘common decency’, says French governmentThe French government has accused Donald Trump of lacking “common decency” after his Twitter tirade on the third anniversary of the Paris terror attacks.
Mexican drug lord El Chapo is a scapegoat, trial toldNotorious drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is a scapegoat for the real leader of Mexico’s drugs cartel, his lawyer says.