Europe

Two Kenyan runners win London Marathon

Eliud Kopchoge won the men's marathon for the third time while his countrywoman, Vivian Cheruiyot, won the women's race for the first.

Asia Pacific

N Koreans on Trump: 'Is he even a human?'

Talking to ordinary North Koreans about Trump and the US.

Saudi Arabia

Saudi drone enthusiasts to require permit after 'palace incident'

Measure comes after toy drone was reportedly shot down over King Salman's palace in Riyadh, with heavy gunfire.

Saudi drone enthusiasts to require permit after 'palace incident'

Weather

Earth Day - Be more environmentally friendly

April 22 marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern green movement in 1970.

Malaysia

Malaysia sees 'foreign' hand in Hamas member's killing

Malaysia deputy PM says suspects in killing of Fadi al-Batsh believed to be Europeans with links to foreign spy agency.

Qatar

Qatar-Gulf crisis: All latest updates

Today is the 321st day of the blockade.

Hungary

Hungarians protest PM Orban for second week

Demonstrations against newly-elected PM Viktor Orban continued on Saturday with a protest focusing on media freedom.

Hungarians protest PM Orban for second week

Politics

Somalia warns Dubai Ports World against violating its sovereignty

State-owned port operator should rethink its deal with breakaway region and work with the government, says Somali FM.

Somalia warns Dubai Ports World against violating its sovereignty

Latin America

Nicaragua: At least 10 killed as unrest intensifies

Police accused of using live bullets on demonstrators as week of protests against Ortega and pension reforms continue.

At least 10 killed as unrest intensifies in Nicaragua

Europe

The murder that altered UK's racial dynamics

April 22, 1993, killing of black man by five white youths laid bare Met Police incompetence, corruption and racism.

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong invests in renewable energy project

A mere 0.1 percent of the city's power comes from green sources, but the government now seeks to harness the power of the sun.

Africa

South African president appeals for calm after violent protests

Cyril Ramaphosa cuts short his attendance at Commonwealth summit in London to deal with violent protests at home.