Russia said it used bombs and gunfire in “warning shots” to force a British Navy destroyer to leave waters it claims in the Black Sea, but the UK rejected that account.
- by Jake Rudnitsky and Henry Meyer
One girl criticised a religion, then dozens piled on with death and rape threats.
- by Nicolas Vaux-Montagny
Tse Chi Lop, who has been compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, is fighting extradition to Australia, saying he would not get a fair trial.
A spokesperson said the couple purchased a “significant” number of domain names for a range of potential names they were considering.
- by Victoria Ward
The WHO’s policy adviser on alcohol said the guidance was intended only to raise awareness about fetal alcohol disorder syndrome but agreed it was badly written.
- by Latika Bourke
Prime Minister Stefan Lofven’s ouster is the latest sign that Swedish politics have been fundamentally altered since the rise of the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats.
- by Niclas Rolander and Ott Ummelas
President Emmanuel Macron’s rival Marine Le Pen had hoped to use the regional elections as a springboard for next year’s national ballot.
- by Constant Méheut
He’s the veteran American pollster whose advice led to the US government abandoning the term “global warming” and he’s got a new goal.
- by Edward Malnick
Beccy Serou didn’t see her daughter’s text message until 40 minutes after it was sent. When she tried to respond, her daughter’s phone was off.
- by Kim Bellware
Choice of flowers in book one of the numerous personal “nuggets tucked within the book” to honour Diana, Meghan Markle revealed.
- by Izzy Lyons
Footage showed a BBC journalist making his way through an aggressive mob of anti-vaccination protesters who accused the journalist of “lying” about lockdowns.
- by Crystal Jones