UK & Europe
Who Framed Roger Rabbit animator Richard Williams dies at 86
The spitfire has been repainted to pay tribute to New Zealand's most famous fighter pilot and it's a huge honour for Air Commodore Al Deere's UK-based family.
British Spitfire receives makeover to commemorate World War II NZ fighter pilot
The Irishman must have anger management treatment, after he admitted disorderly conduct.
Retired MMA fighter Conor McGregor questioned by police after bar punch
Ashes: Rain frustrates England after Australia limps to 80-4
In this photo taken on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, icebergs are photographed from the window of an airplane carrying NASA Scientists as they fly on a mission to track melting ice in eastern Greenland.
Donald Trump talked to aides, allies about buying Greenland for US
Friends actor lookalike sentenced to nine months in prison for theft, fraud in UK
Dan Leo of the Pacific Players Welfare League says European teams are benefiting from Pacific players at the detriment of their home countries.
Rugby's eligibility rules keeping Pacific nations 'poor', says player advocate
There were 226 passengers and a crew of seven on board as it took off from Moscow's Zhukovsky Airport.
Passengers scream in video shot inside Russian jet as it crash lands in Moscow cornfield
The Ural Airlines A321 was carrying 226 passengers and a crew of seven as it took off from Moscow's Zhukovsky Airport.
Pilot hailed a hero after safely crash landing passenger jet in cornfield
A Russian Ural Airlines' A321 plane is seen after an emergency landing in a cornfield near Ramenskoye, outside Moscow, Russia.
Multiple injuries as Russian passenger jet lands in field; pilots blame crash with bird flock
Varieties like camembert and brie could be on the chopping block.
European Union wants to keep produce names like 'feta' and 'gruyere' cheese for itself
The musician cited the New Zealand incident as evidence he’s prone to attack by strangers.
A$AP Rocky found guilty of assault in Sweden, won't face prison time
If he is released from prison, he won't be deported straight away.
Czech drug smuggler Karel Sroubek in front of parole board next month
Jack Tame and the panel on the first week of the Premier League, ongoing transfer talk in Europe and a singing debut for Kiwi Sarpreet Singh at Bayern.
TVNZ FC: Manchester City look unbeatable but is VAR stripping the joy?
The 16-year-old climate activist will travel to a United Nations summit in New York.
Greta Thunberg sailing across Atlantic to get around flying to UN climate summits
Russia-24 television broadcast footage in which a Russian Su-27 manoeuvered to drive off an F-18 fighter.
Russian fighter wards off NATO jet nearing defence minister's plane
In a phone call the pair also discussed their commitment to a NZ-Britain free trade agreement.
Free trade agreement, climate change discussed as Ardern congratulates Johnson
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, left, reacts as results are announced at the counting center for the European Elections for the South East England region, in Southampton, England, Sunday, May 26, 2019. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
Nigel Farage praises the Queen, calls her mother 'slightly overweight', takes aim at Princes Charles and Harry and Meghan Markle
Police and emergency services attend the scene after a shooting inside the al-Noor Islamic center mosque in Baerum outside Oslo, Norway, Saturday Aug. 10, 2019.  Norwegian police say one person has been shot and lightly injured during a shooting incident at a mosque in a western suburb of the capital.(Fredrik Hagen / NTB scanpix via AP)
Alleged Norway mosque shooter believed to have killed teen sister before shooting
Moscow election protest attracts huge crowd, incites more
It comes on the anniversary of anti-corruption protests in which hundreds of people were injured.
Thousands of Romanians take part in anti-government protests
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England's RWC campaign has shaky start after 'altercation' between players - report
Uniformed gunman taken into custody after shooting at Norway mosque
Visitors to an English cathedral are experiencing the "joy of the lord' in a very unconventional way with a slide known as a Helter Skelter.
Fair ground slide installed in nave of Britain's Norwich Cathedral as new method of 'reaching people'
Large-scale UK power cut disrupts rail, road traffic in rush hour
For hundreds of years, the only way to get to the ruins of Tintagel Castle involved a steep climb.
New footbridge connects castle birthplace of King Arthur with mainland Britain
Rescue ships stranded as Europe fails to respond
It’s 50 years since the iconic image was snapped outside the Abbey Road Studios.
Beatlemania out of control as fans mark 50 years of iconic Abbey Road album cover
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went head to head in the King's Cup yachting regatta.
Duchess Kate all smiles during wooden spoon presentation for coming last in yachting competition
It’s a first, more than 30 years after the nuclear disaster, as the BBC’s Victoria Gill explains.
Vodka produced from ingredients grown within Chernobyl nuclear disaster exclusion zone