Irish citizens in Northern Ireland will continue to be European in all circumstances, Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said.
North Korea says it has test-fired a new type of “tactical guided weapon”, its first such test in nearly half a year, and demanded that Washington remove secretary of state Mike Pompeo from nuclear negotiations.
A judge cannot be sure a restraint belt placed across the face of a mentally ill man while in police custody contributed to him suffering a fatal cardiac arrest, a court heard.
Manager Michael Duff may be tempted to keep changes to a minimum as Cheltenham look to extend their unbeaten run to five matches against Oldham at Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Good Friday.
Three environmental activists who are accused of obstructing the railway by gluing themselves to a DLR train as part of the Extinction Rebellion protests have been remanded in custody.
Alex McLeish’s second spell as Scotland manager is over.
Authorities suspect a series of large gorse fires on Bodmin Moor were started deliberately.
Ukip leader Gerard Batten insisted his party is the “true” voice of Leave voters as he sought to counter the threat posed by Nigel Farage.
Creditors of India’s beleaguered Jet Airways have said they are “reasonably hopeful” a bidding process with potential investors for a controlling stake in the airline will save the company.
Diogo Jota will open the scoring at Molineux as Wolves return to winning ways with a 2-0 victory over relegation-threatened Brighton.