Saudi Arabia blames Iran for oil tanker attacksSaudi Arabia’s crown prince has blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and called for a “decisive stance” against Tehran.
Huge protests in Hong Kong despite extradition bill suspensionHong Kong is preparing for more huge protests today over the controversial and unpopular extradition bill that has come under heavy criticism.
Romeo and Juliet director diesRevered Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, famed for a film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet and for staging extravagant opera productions, has died aged 96.
Lost voice of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo ‘unearthed’The only known recording of the iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo may have been found by researchers.
Knox blasts media for ‘Foxy Knoxy’ image in emotional return to ItalyAmanda Knox has broken down in tears on her first return to Italy since her acquittal in the murder of her flatmate Meredith Kercher.
Jailed British-Iranian mother begins new hunger strikeThe British-Iranian mother jailed in Iran on spying charges has begun a new hunger strike, her husband has said.
Priests wear hard hats at first Notre Dame mass since fireNotre Dame in Paris held its first Mass since the fire which caused enormous damage to the cathedral’s roof and destroyed its spire.
Appeasement in Hong Kong fails as divisions deepenOn a bridge by Hong Kong’s government headquarters, messages to the authorities plaster the walls.