South Africa's President, Jacob Zuma, tells parliament in Cape Town that 'we are very happy with the progress that he's now making'
The idea that our forces would act as a break on American excesses was a pipe dream
One of the two men involved in the Woolwich terror attack was known to a banned Islamist organisation and went by the name of Mujahid,The Independent has learned.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has refused to release footage for a major new documentary about Benjamin Britten because the composer was a pacifist and a “deserter”, an award-winning film-maker has claimed.
Former cricketer hails anti-drones protest a success despite being prevented from entering tribal zone
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has pulled out of international leadership summit because he doesn't want to share a platform with Tony Blair, it emerged yesterday.
Nobel peace winner says he won't share platform with 'morally indefensible' former PM
He also described Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as having a “megalomaniacal” vision
Morrissey, the former lead singer of the band The Smiths, has waded into the continuing row over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands at a gig in Argentina.
Veteran anti-war campaigner Brian Haw has died, a message on his website said.
Scott Ritter, the former UN weapons inspector who strived to put the brakes on the 2003 invasion of Iraq by loudly disputing claims by Washington and London that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, was in court in Pennsylvania last night on charges of soliciting sex with a minor over the internet.
The crowds passing through Westminster on Wednesday evening would not have been too surprised to encounter one of the political village's most famous faces, with its trademark thick black spectacles and the lights of the camera crew bouncing off his shiny dome.
The case of Boris Johnson versus Brian Haw and other protesters camped in Parliament Square opened in the High Court yesterday.
The Mayor of London is today bringing legal action to remove peace protesters camping in Parliament Square.
Nine-month term for soldier who went Awol to avoid redeployment
Waltz with Bashir has been banned in most Arab countries, and it's easy to see why.