Legendary African singer was convicted of people trafficking in 2004 but continued to enjoy huge success until his death on stage on Sunday
'We made what we consider a very logical proposal to the US government'
Members of the public are expected to sing Happy Birthday when the Queen goes on a walkabout in Windsor
Exclusive: Rights groups call on president to act on use of controversial munitions during visit to kingdom
Police have appealed for help finding three people suspected of being involved
Palace describes huge gem as 'the most famous diamond in the Crown Jewels' and 'the spoils of Empire'
Police have made multiple arrests as dust and gas masks appeared across on statues across the capital
Exclusive: Vit Jedlicka is the self-proclaimed president of 'the youngest country in the world', a land free from regulation on disputed territory between Croatia and Serbia. He tells The Independent he now has too many backers to be stopped
The £700m stadium was built using public funds for the London 2012 Olympics
Pentagon officials have said US air strikes alone killed 25,000 militants
The Labour and SNP leaders both go on the offensive over Panama Papers
'This is... an ambitious proposal for more transparency on tax'
Three men including at least one suicide bomber have attacked a police station in Russia's Stavropol region near the north Caucasus.
A powerful earthquake has struck the border area between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, with tremors felt in Delhi and Islamabad.
The cricketer complained on Twitter that he was never normally stopped 'when travelling with a team in uniform'
The terror cell which carried out the Brussels bombings last month had been planning to launch a new attack on Paris, the Belgian prosecutor has said.