Appeasement in Hong Kong fails as divisions deepenOn a bridge by Hong Kong’s government headquarters, messages to the authorities plaster the walls.
Brutal crackdown has not crushed dream of democracy in SudanThe symbol of resistance in Khartoum is delivered by hand.
Hong Kong suspends extradition law after protestsHong Kong’s government has suspended a proposed law that would allow people to be extradited to mainland China for trial after mass protests.
Corbyn criticised as ‘pathetic’ over response to oil tanker attacksJeremy Corbyn has been called “pathetic” after saying the government needed to provide “credible evidence” that Iran was responsible for attacks on two oil tankers.
Police officer says gay people should be executedA Tennessee detective has refused to apologise after he called for the execution of gay people during a church sermon.
Tear gas and blast bombs as violence flares in BrazilRiot police in Brazil have clashed with demonstrators exchanging volleys of tear gas and fireworks during a day of protest venting frustration at the country’s leadership.
Stowaway lizard ditches Kos for BridgendA lizard has left behind hot and sunny Greece for South Wales after sneaking into a holidaymaker’s suitcase.
F-35 jets: Chinese-owned firm making parts for secret UK-US fightersA Chinese-owned company is making circuit boards for the top-secret next generation F-35 warplanes flown by Britain and the United States, Sky News can reveal.
Julian Assange US extradition hearing date setA bid by the US to have Julian Assange extradited from Britain to face accusations of hacking and spying will be heard early next year.