Aman Vyas is charged with raping and murdering Michelle Samaraweera 10 years ago.
The leader of the 1969 occupation looks back at the eviction of the London squat.
Ecuador's president refuses talks with "criminals”, as protesters vent fury over fuel subsidy cuts.
Linda Barnes' husband Ken was diagnosed with early onset dementia when he was 52.
They want to highlight the fact they are one of the industries worst affected by climate change.
Taiwanese editors suspect the Chinese government is behind edits made to the online encyclopedia.
The former children's laureate turns 76, but isn't downhearted - he draws inspiration from others who've stayed active to the end.
An exhibition in London is seeking to raise awareness of the history of Sierra Leone's Krio people.
From Boris Johnson's first Tory conference as PM to a proposed plan, here's what happened last week.
Experts say treating poisoning from bootleg liquor as a moral issue not a disease is risking lives.
Five people who complete long-distance swims, cycles and runs tell us why they do what they do.
Thirty-one people died when two trains collided after a driver missed a red signal on 5 October 1999.
As Japan's pagers beep for the final time, we look at other outdated tech that's still clinging on.
Shanice, Jackie and Lauryn describe the challenge of finding hype trainers in their size.
The Duke of Sussex's phone-hacking claim and criticism of the Met Police lead Saturday's papers.
Jackson Hastings praises Salford's "bunch of misfits", who upset the odds to reach the club's maiden Grand Final.
Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett are fined six weeks' wages by Derby County after the pair were charged with drink-driving.
Salford reach their first Super League Grand Final by beating five-time champions Wigan Warriors at the DW Stadium.
Reports suggest the hackers tried to break into President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.
Teenager Odin Bailey saves Birmingham City's blushes as his late goal earns them a deserved win over Middlesbrough at St Andrew's.