Catherine Stancl

Catherine Stancl

Europe

Bloody Sunday memorial march through Derry marks 47th anniversary

Thousands took part in the commemoration march in Derry, Northern Ireland to mark the 47th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

Bloody Sunday memorial march through Derry marks 47th anniversary

Europe

Greece's PM faces confidence vote after coalition ally quits

Alexis Tsipras left with six seats short of a majority after junior coalition partner resigns over deal to end decades-long dispute with Macedonia.

Greece's PM faces confidence vote after coalition ally quits

Spain

3,000 women march against gender-based violence in Madrid

The UN's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was particularly poignant in Spain after last week, when judges cleared two men of rape under controversial circumstances.

3,000 women march against gender-based violence in Madrid

Science & Technology

Stephen Hawking's final book entreats readers: 'Shape the future'

Seven months after his death, Stephen Hawking makes waves with the release of his final thoughts in the book, Brief Answers to Big Questions.

Stephen Hawking's final book entreats readers: 'Shape the future'

Europe

New water fountains in London aim to cut plastic bottle use

The mayor of London has decided to try and tackle the issue of plastic pollution by introducing fountains and refill stations around the capital.

New water fountains in London aim to cut plastic bottle use

Middle East

UK marks 40 years since birth of world's first IVF baby

Louise Brown was conceived in a British laboratory in November 1977, after Robert Edwards, Patrick Steptoe and Jean Purdy spent nearly a decade trying to fertilise a human egg outside the body.

UK marks 40 years since birth of world's first IVF baby

Latin America

Thousands of Nicaraguans demand justice for killing of protesters

At least 43 people have been killed in the largest street demonstrations since the civil war in the 1990s.

Thousands of Nicaraguans demand justice for killing of protesters

Europe

BAFTA attendees wear black for Time's Up

The #MeToo and Time's Up campaigns against sexual harassment of women made their mark at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) ceremony in London.

BAFTA attendees wear black for Time's Up

Middle East

Bodies of 16 migrants recovered off Morocco coast

According to the International Organization for Migration, more than 240 people have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean since the New Year began.

Bodies of 16 migrants recovered off Morocco coast

Arts & Culture

US author George Saunders wins Man Booker Prize

American writer George Saunders has won Britain's most prestigious literary award.

US author George Saunders wins Man Booker Prize

Europe

ECJ to deliver opinion in refugee quota case

The European Court of Justice is due to give its opinion on challenges brought against the EU by Hungary and Slovakia to relocate refugees.

ECJ to deliver opinion in refugee quota case

Europe

Portugal forest fire burns 26,000 hectares of land

Portugal’s battle against forest fire continues on many fronts. At least 26,000 hectares of land have already been burned and 64 people have been killed.

Portugal forest fire burns 26,000 hectares of land