Arsenal will appoint former Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery as manager this week, Sky Sports News understands.
It's a year since 22 people went to a pop concert and never came home.
The world's largest amphibians are facing extinction due to illegal poaching and their reputation as a luxury food.
Friends of Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan have been sharing their photos of the big day in Windsor.
A deadly virus that causes fever, vomiting and convulsions - and for which there is no vaccine - has sparked a health alert in India.
Belarus has criticised the British Embassy in Minsk for flying a rainbow flag on the International Day Against Homophobia.
Ken Livingstone quit Labour after admitting an anti-Semitism row over his comments about Hitler is a "distraction" - but then immediately left open the prospect of reapplying to join the party in the future.
Space isn't just about what happens up there, near the stars - it is about what happens down here, on the ground.
Barack and Michelle Obama have signed a deal to produce "films and series" for Netflix, it has been confirmed.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has admitted using the word "stupid" in a row with a top minister but not offered an apology.
Meghan Markle's nephew has been let off by police after taking a knife into a London nightclub hours after her wedding to Prince Harry.
British actor Hugh Grant is set to tie the knot for the first time.
A South African court has found Henri Van Breda guilty of killing his mother, father and brother in a frenzied axe attack.
A leading scientist has identified the likely cause of childhood leukaemia – and said most cases could be prevented.
The Government plans to section off the entire southbound carriageway of a 13-mile stretch of the M20 in Kent to hold around 2,000 lorries in the event of severe cross-Channel congestion.
Police searching for a missing woman in Dublin have found a body, less than 24 hours after a man was shot dead by officers involved in the investigation.
Relatives of those who died in the Grenfell Tower blaze have described their heartbreak during the first day of the inquiry into the catastrophe.
Iran will face the "strongest sanctions in history" if it doesn't change course, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned.
Syria's military says the country's capital and surrounding areas are free from militants for the first time in nearly seven years.
Nando's has distanced itself from suggestions the Conservatives could offer party members a discount at the chain's restaurants.
Three charges against Barclays over its emergency fundraising during the financial crisis have been dismissed.
More than 200 people who travelled to Australia for last month's Commonwealth Games have applied for asylum, an official has said.
Police scanning the crowds in a helicopter above the royal wedding got quite a fright when a plane flew directly beneath them.
US cable giant Comcast is unlikely to face a regulatory review of its £22bn takeover bid for Sky, the owner of Sky News.
The Kremlin has said that Russian businesses "often encounter unfriendly and unscrupulous actions", after Roman Abramovich's UK visa expired.
Developers have announced plans to build Europe's biggest observation wheel in Newcastle - dubbed the Whey Aye.
A man reported missing has taunted police on social media, telling them he was "not missing" but "wanted", and challenging them to "come do ya job".
Three people have been arrested after a man was beaten to death by a gang of teenagers in France.
She may have married a prince, but the new Duchess of Sussex will never be Princess Meghan - unless the Queen reverses centuries of tradition.