Self taught designer Collen Monnakgotla speaks to the BBC about his fashion show.
The proportion of state school pupils admitted to Cambridge University rose slightly last year to 62.2%, according to figures published by the university.
Many supposedly "healthy" fruit snacks aimed at children contain more sugar than a bag of sweets, says campaign group Action on Sugar.
Pyongyang's hackers are capable of attacks that could destroy critical infrastructure and even kill people, a high-profile defector warns.
The vote to elect Fifa's president takes place on Friday as Prince Ali bin al-Hussein challenges current chief Sepp Blatter.
Aston Villa fan Prince William says he is starting to feel the nerves ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final with Arsenal.
At least 10 people die in twin bomb attacks outside central Baghdad hotels, say Iraqi police
As FIFA leaders gathered for a meeting, Swiss law enforcement officials arrived unannounced and made arrests at the Justice Department’s request on charges including racketeering and money laundering.
An assault rifle used in seven unsolved murders has been discovered on public display at the Imperial War Museum.
A regional conference is due to begin in the Thai capital Bangkok to discuss solutions to the South-East Asia migrant crisis.
Jewish Daily Forward
Why Is France Up in Arms About Holocaust Compensation Deal?
Jewish Daily Forward
Last year, the U.S. and French governments signed an agreement for France to pay $60 million to those rounded up and deported by the French police collaborating with the Nazis, which would include victims, or their heirs, who immigrated to the United ...
Plans for an 82-foot-tall statue in Moscow honoring the nation’s patron saint, St. Vladimir, have exposed a fierce contest over faith and identity.
A man has died and a young girl is airlifted to hospital after police were called to an incident in Cornwall.
The New Yorker
A French Republican Party?
The New Yorker
Since returning to the helm of the conservative Union for a Popular Movement (U.M.P.), six months ago, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been looking for ways to distract the nation from the divisive appeal of Marine Le Pen's National Front ...
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Andy Murray unconcerned despite time violations in French Open win
Twice on Thursday the French chair umpire Pascal Maria warned him for not serving within the prescribed 20 seconds during his win over João Sousa – once when wind gusted to interrupt him, later when Murray paused because he was distracted by ...
French Open 2015: Andy Murray sets-up third round clash with Nick Kyrgios ...Telegraph.co.uk
Andy Murray reaches French Open third round with Joao Sousa winBBC Sport
Scottish kilt gets Andy Murray's attention at French OpenUSA TODAY
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A French court hands down jail sentences and fines to eight people found guilty of exploiting billionaire Liliane Bettencourt.
New research suggests young women travelling to Syria sometimes become involved in IS propaganda and recruitment, but often end up "domestically isolated in severe conditions".
David Cameron tells his fellow European leaders they need to be "flexible and imaginative" as he demands reforms to the EU.
Motherwell hold a two-goal advantage in the Scottish Premiership play-offs after they beat Rangers at Ibrox.
An Islamist rebel coalition has seized one of the last cities in western Idlib province held by the Syrian government, activists say.