A British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Tehran has had an appeal against her sentence rejected - as two new accusations come to light.
SNP MPs at Westminster will "absolutely" vote against the triggering of Article 50, Scotland's Brexit minister Mike Russell has said.
Two American soldiers have been hurt after their Army lorry carrying ammunition skidded off an icy road in Poland, the country's defence ministry said.
A woman with dual Iranian and British citizenship has been sentenced to five years in prison, an Iranian news agency is reporting.
Jeremy Corbyn has refused to say whether he would deploy British troops to defend a Nato ally invaded by Russia.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has denied Labour is preparing to lose a pair of crunch by-elections next month, but insisted the results cannot be judged on past performance.
The widow of a police motorcyclist left severely brain damaged after he was hit by a dangerous driver said she is "devastated" by his death but relieved his suffering has ended.
Southern Railway services will be disrupted again on Monday by a guards strike, as talks continue to try to resolve a separate dispute over driver-only trains.
The group behind the Happy Egg Company and Gu desserts is weighing up a stock market flotation or partial sale that could value the firm at over £400 million.
Telecoms giant BT will report back on third-quarter trading next week as it battles with communications watchdog Ofcom over plans to force it to legally separate its Openreach network arm.
French left-wing voters are casting ballots in a nationwide presidential primary aimed at producing a candidate strong enough to confront formidable conservative and nationalist rivals in the April-May general election.
Rescuers in China have recovered the bodies of 12 people killed inside a hotel which was buried in a landslide.
The Prince of Wales has warned climate change deniers they will "test our world to destruction" unless action is taken to cut pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Disgraced former Co-operative Bank boss Paul Flowers claimed he still battles with addiction following a drugs sting which prompted his removal from the list of Methodist Church ministers.
More than a million people joined rallies around the world to protest against Donald Trump on his first day as US president.
A powerful magnitude 8 earthquake hit the Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands, but no tsunami was reported hours after the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre issued an alert for nearby islands.
President Donald Trump marked his first full day in office by attacking the media over its coverage of his inauguration and of his comments about the US intelligence agencies.
At least 23 people have been killed and 50 others injured after a passenger train derailed in southern India.
A fifth person died in hospital a day after a man with a history of mental health and drug issues drove a car through a lunch-time crowd in a pedestrian-only street in Australia's second largest city.
An Egyptian former teacher who took his daughter from her English mother five years ago has told a judge the youngster is now 3,500 miles from the UK and beyond his control.
Staff at the Italian embassy in Tripoli are all safe after a car bombing in the Libyan capital, Italy's foreign ministry has said.
Four friends who rowed the Atlantic in memory of a tragic former Harrow schoolboy have raised more than half a million pounds for a pioneering suicide prevention charity.
The Brexit process is "ripping to shreds" the UK Government's claims that Westminster and Holyrood are equal partners, Alex Salmond has said.
Green MSPs have told Finance Secretary Derek Mackay he will need to make changes to income tax in Scotland if he wants them to help him get his Budget passed at Holyrood.
Police have released images of more suspects they wish to tra ce in connection with the disorder and violence at the end of the 2016 Scottish Cup final.