Five people have been killed after a "massive explosion" explosion flattened a building in Leicester, police say.
Day three of the Grand Prix in Dusseldorf was a mix of skill, surprises and courtesy between the judokas.
The dockless bike service app has cut its operation in France following a 'mass destruction' of its fleet.
According to White Counter, an NGO that counts participants at rallies, around 7,600 people took part in the Moscow march for Boris Nemtsov, for which organisers had been granted permission by the city authorities.
Hindu devotees threw colours to the wind in the religious festival of Holi, which takes place annually in Nandgaon, in the state of Uttar Pradesh,
Church leaders said in a statement the municipality's move to tax commercial assets owned by the church seemed like an "attempt to weaken the Christian presence in Jerusalem".
A veteran of 300 movies, the iconic actress was only 54 when she suffered a heart attack in Dubai.
Security forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa shot dead an anti-government protester and wounded two others during church-led demonstrations against President Joseph Kabila on Sunday.
The Pyeongchang Olympic Games have come to an end. They have included some surprises, some controversy and plenty of action.
The Berlinale heaps honours on "Touch me not", the film festival's most controversial entry, an exploration of sexuality and taboos.