The pair of international human rights lawyers have clashed repeatedly
World View: How Ms Booth, the wife of the man once renowned for having the surest touch in British politics, ended up on the side of the Maldives government is a puzzle
Trick of nature creates spectacle
Review into the quantity of guns sent to help UK firms after fears that some will end up in the wrong hands
Result of the first round was overturned by the country’s Supreme Court after it was challenged by third-placed candidate
The coconut was placed near a polling booth in an alleged bid to disrupt the upcoming elections
Britons can fall foul of foreign laws simply by feeding pigeons or chewing gum on trains, the Foreign Office (FO) has warned.
Girl’s ‘fornication’ sentence commuted after IoS highlights case
British Airways' inflight magazine was first published 40 years ago. Travel was very different then, but where will it be in four decades' time?
Campaigners target islands' tourist economy after teenage victim is ordered to be flogged
Amid widespread outrage, the government of the Maldives has said it is seeking to halt the public flogging of a 15-year-old girl who had been repeatedly raped by her step-father.
Boosting its reputation as Disneyland for grown-ups, Dubai may soon host the largest underwater hotel in the world, after a Polish firm unveiled plans to construct a massive disc-shaped floor 10m below the sea surface.
'My favourite Olympics was Barcelona – but London 2012 has overtaken it'
Islands' government wants to 'renew' its image in UK and US after months of conflict
Sydney and the Blue Mountains
'My dream trip is to a country with no cricket'