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Nine years on from the crash, Barclays Bank and four former top executives are charged with committing criminal fraud.
In Syria, tensions have once again escalated after American forces brought down a Syrian government jet near the contested city of Raqqa. Moscow, which backs the Assad regime, has retaliated by suspending an agreement with Washington, aimed at avoiding clashes and says it will in future regard US planes as potential targets.
Over in Washington, President Trump has lashed out at reports that the Special Counsel investigating Russian influence in the US election, is now looking into whether the President himself has “obstructed justice.” Our Washington Correspondent, Kylie Morris, joins us live from outside the FBI headquarters.
Why IS the weather so bad? Please can you fill in the potholes? What about that problem with Turkish tomatoes? Why haven’t you got married again? Did you really mess with the American election? Yes – today was the annual Putin phone-in, as the Russian President fielded questions from a nation getting everything, or ALMOST…
Politics reporter Bre Payton said James Comey’s evidence was more of an indictment of himself than President Trump. Democrat Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett disagrees.
Former CIA analyst Edward Price says the FBI will investigate allegations that the Trump administration tried to obstruct the Trump/Russia probe.
Allegations of links to Russia have dogged President Trump's first few months in office - with the White House repeatedly denying any collusion with Moscow to influence last year's presidential election.
Moments of high drama here today as the former FBI director James Comey accused the Trump administration of lying
The former FBI Director James Comey has given written testimony to a Senate committee before he appears in person tomorrow.
ISIS claimed an attack at the heart of another capital today; Tehran. But the terror and tragedy so familiar elsewhere was a new horror for Iran.
A nurse, a chef. a bartender, an au pair – they came from France, from Spain, from Canada, Australia and the UK. Eight people are now confirmed to have died in the attacks after a body was found in the Thames. Some 29 victims are still in hospital, and today one A&E nurse spoke about…
The family of one of the London Bridge attackers, Khuram Butt, say they are shocked and appalled by his actions.
Michael Bloomberg is the former mayor of New York and the founder and CEO of Bloomberg LP, a financial services, media, and software company. He tells Matt Frei that London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who has been criticised by Donald Trump after the London Bridge attacks, is “doing exactly what he should do” and he would…
In the United States, President Trump has taken credit for the dramatic diplomatic isolation of Qatar by Gulf nations, saying “perhaps this will be the beginning of the end of terrorism”. His trip to the Middle East last month, he says, seems to be “paying off”.
After initial reports of terrorism, followed by much confusion, Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte has insisted the attack on a casino resort in Manila which left 37 people dead wasn’t terrorism – but the actions of a “crazy” man.
Some breaking news tonight. There are reports of explosions and gunfire at a resort complex in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
Donald Trump is expected to announce that the USA will pull out of the Paris climate change agreement.
Will he – won’t he? President Trump seems to love drama – especially a drama with him in the lead role. This time its climate change.
Christiana Figueres, former head of The Framework Convention on Climate Change, discusses Donald Trump’s decision on the Paris Climate Agreement.
Baroness Bryony Worthington, a former UK Government adviser on climate change, and Bjorn Lomborg, author of 'The Skeptical Environmentalist', debate President Trump's expected decision to pull out of the Paris climate change agreeme...