Europe

Chelsea owner Abramovich's UK visa 'yet to be renewed'

Owner of Chelsea football club did not attend Saturday's FA Cup final in London, when his team beat Manchester United.

UK 'yet to renew visa' of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich

United Kingdom

Republicans reject monarchy amid royal wedding revelry

Republicans from across Europe meet in London to call for an end to monarchy amid royal wedding celebrations in the UK.

The anti-royal wedding party: Republicans dream of monarchy's end

Europe

Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are married

Britain's Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle are now officially married.

Skripal poisoning

Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal discharged from UK hospital

Sergei Skripal would not have survived if a military-grade agent had been used, says Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal discharged from UK hospital

Health

Study links body-clock disturbance to mood disorders

Research suggests disruptions to natural rhythm may cause decline in memory and attention span and affect mental health.

New study links body clock to mood disorders

Europe

UK: Guernsey's parliament debates legalising assisted dying

For some terminally ill patients, assisted dying is way out of their pain.

Environment

How climate change is threatening cricket

Rain-stopped play is not what you want to see if you're a cricket fan. Could it become an increasingly common sight?

UK: What impact is climate change having on cricket?

Europe

Turkish President Erdogan's UK visit met with protests

UK's Prime Minister Theresa May is eager to strike a post-Brexit free trade deal with Turkey.

Football

Wenger: With African football in his heart

A look into the French manager's African football legacy following his departure from Arsenal after 22 years.

How Arsene Wenger established African players in English football

Europe

Brexit issues: UN envoy condemns 'Growing racism'

While UK laws and politicians make distinctions between illegal immigrants and people in the UK lawfully, it doesn't follow that the public will see the difference

Middle East

Iran protesters chant anti-US slogans after nuclear deal pull out

Demonstrators take aim at Donald Trump's decision as Iranian FM plans tour to negotiate with pact's other signatories.

Iran protesters chant anti-US slogans after nuclear deal pull out

United Kingdom

Body of teen attacked in UK flown to Egypt for burial

Mariam Moustafa suffered a brain haemorrhage after being attacked in the UK city of Nottingham on February 20.

Body of Mariam Moustafa flown to Egypt for burial

United Kingdom

Activists launch 'Justice for Rohingya' campaign in UK

A legal campaign launched to initiate prosecution of Myanmar officials behind alleged crimes against humanity.

Activists launch 'Justice for Rohingya' campaign in London

Human Rights

UK apologises to Libyan dissident over rendition

Belhaj, who was seized in Bangkok in 2004, says a tip-off from Britain's MI6 led to his capture and eventual torture.

101 East

Sri Lanka: Abduction Island

Once a weapon of war, abductions are still happening in Sri Lanka. Is there justice for the nation's disappeared?