• BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Buddha tattoo woman Naomi Coleman wins compensation

    Sri Lanka's Supreme Court said Naomi Coleman's treatment was "scandalous and horrifying".

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Supreme Court backs Scottish minimum alcohol pricing

    Scotland is set to be the first country in the world to establish a minimum price per unit of alcohol.

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    England women reach pay deal for autumn internationals

    England's women will receive a match fee for the first time during the autumn internationals after the RFU and the Rugby Players' Association finalise a deal.

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Taylor Swift sells 1m albums in four days

    The star now has the best-selling record of 2017 in the US, overtaking Ed Sheeran.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    All signs point to a military coup

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    All signs point to a military coup

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    How men benefit from 'marrying up'

    Shifting views on marriage, paired with increased access to education and employment for many women, has helped society shake loose from some antiquated ideas on how "traditional" families should be structured. (Hot tip: there's no "right" way to be a family.)

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Women's Rugby League World Cup set to start in Sydney

    England are one of six teams competing in the Women's World Cup, which starts on Thursday in Sydney.

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Sixties Soho's dancing nudes

    In an era of censorship, the Windmill Theatre was one of the only places where UK audiences could watch naked women on stage.

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Scottish Labour interim leader Alex Rowley steps aside over conduct claims

    Interim Scottish Labour leader Alex Rowley steps aside from the role amid claims about his conduct.

  • BBC | 19:36 28/11/2017
    UK pay squeeze tightens but unemployment dips

    People's pay continues to lag inflation in the UK, while unemployment remains at a 42-year low.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Boeing vs Airbus: $77B in deals in 2 hours

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Creating the world's best bar

    As the countdown of the World's 50 Best Bars 2017 climaxed, the 700-strong throng of bar industry luminaries assembled in London for the award's ceremony let out a collective gasp.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Iraqi Kurds back off independence bid

    The government of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region has taken another step back from its failed bid for independence, accepting a national court ruling that its disputed referendum was unconstitutional.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Will this be the first US state with no abortion clinic?

    Dona Wells vividly remembers when abortions were illegal. When women had little choice after their contraceptive failed.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    UCLA players leave China after Trump plea

    Three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China last week were flying back to Los Angeles on Tuesday, the commissioner of the Pacific-12 athletic conference said, hours after US President Donald Trump said he asked his Chinese counterpart to help in the case.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Sessions' denials on Russia explained

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions returned to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for another round of heated testimony regarding what he knew about the Trump campaign's interactions with Russians.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Australia votes for same-sex marriage, but fight just begun

    Australians may have overwhelmingly voted "yes" in the same-sex marriage survey, but the battle over marriage equality isn't over yet.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Breaking point: Mugabe blamed for ruining economy

    In Zimbabwe, the economy and society are at the breaking point. Many blame their president, Robert Mugabe, for their failures. CNN's David McKenzie tells us what Zimbabwe is facing.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Key players: 'Gucci Grace' and the 'Crocodile'

    Zimbabwe's 93-year-old leader, his 52-year-old wife and his veteran VP -- who was cast aside after years of loyal service -- are some of the key figures in an unfolding political crisis gripping what used to be one of Africa's richest countries.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    'Foolish move': 10 days that shook Mugabe's 37-year rule

    He's ruled Zimbabwe with an iron first for almost four decades straight, but it took just 10 days for Robert Mugabe to see his invincibility crumble.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Tanks on streets in Zimbabwe capital | Military denies coup

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's party accused the head of the country's armed forces of "treasonable conduct" on Tuesday.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    'Sound of Music' family's Vermont makeover

    When he wants a break from the family business, Sam von Trapp grabs his mountain bike and rides into the woods near the lodge that bears his last name.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Earliest winemaking traced back 8,000 years

    The earliest evidence of winemaking has been traced back 8,000 years to Georgia by an international team of scientists.

  • CNN | 19:36 28/11/2017
    Why does Vladimir Putin hate me?

    Three weeks ago, as I was planning a trip to the United States, Vladimir Putin placed me on Interpol's most wanted list. That meant I risked arrest at any international border and that as a UK citizen it also meant my US visa was automatically revoked.