NASA posts image of a powerful fireball exploding over Earth

10 times the energy of an atomic bomb blast.

Trump says US will recognise Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights

President Donald Trump on Thursday recognised Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights, in an abrupt reversal of longstanding US policy on the contested area. In a tweet on Thursday, Mr Trump said that after 52 years it was important for the United States to fully recognise Israel’s control over

Mass London protest demands second referendum on Brexit

The march organised by the People's Vote campaign calls for a new poll to end the political deadlock over Brexit.

World united in condemnation of Trump over call to recognise Israel’s claim to Golan Heights

Germany and France have led a global backlash against Donald Trump after he said it was time to recognise Israel’s sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights. Iran, Turkey and Russia joined European powers in sharply criticising the US president, while Syria vowed to recover the area using “all available

Ralph Fiennes speaks out over Liam Neeson race row

Actor and director, who is promoting his new film White Crow, has spoken out for the second time this month in defence of his former co-star

Pennsylvania jury clears white cop in fatal shooting of black teen; defense attorney's office struck

A former Pittsburgh-area white police officer on trial for fatally shooting a black teenager fleeing from a traffic stop was acquitted Friday of murder and manslaughter charges.

Brexit march taken over by pack of adorable protesters

They all want a second Wooferendum, apparently.

Mark Duggan’s family sue Met Police over 2011 shooting that sparked London riots

An inquest previously found Duggan was lawfully killed, and a watchdog cleared police officers of wrongdoing

BBC accused of "cultural colonialism" after drama set in Wales dominated by English characters

The BBC has been accused of “cultural colonialism” over a new drama which is set in Wales but has an English character at its core.

How a premature ejaculation drug sparked a $150 million legal battle over trade secrets

The maker of the premature ejaculation drug Promescent is suing consumer giant Reckitt Benckiser for $150 million, alleging fraud and theft of trade secrets.

Juventus say they are NOT avoiding US over Ronaldo arrest fears

Italian giants Juventus have denied they are steering clear of the US for a pre-season tour this summer due to fears Cristiano Ronaldo could be detained amid the rape claims against him.

Denis Suarez says critics have ‘no idea’ over training claims

There have been reports that manager Unai Emery is weighing up a summer move for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Christopher Nkunku and is unconvinced Suárez has what it takes to adapt to the Premier League