Global sell-off on Fed move wipes out the last of the gains made by London's benchmark FTSE 100 this year
The city is still split between rebel-held and government-held areas
Economic View: We will need all sorts of devices in the future to stop government borrowing crowding out everyone else
Concerns linger over attacks after France's campaign in Mali
Islamists have waged a guerilla war in the region for over a year
The US Vice President, Joe Biden, is in London today for a working lunch with David Cameron, on the last day of a tour of European capitals.
The frontman of the rock band The Flaming Lips, who attempted to take a replica grenade on to a domestic flight, prompting a security “lockdown” at Oklahoma City airport, has admitted he had “not quite thought” about the possible consequences of his actions.
Security firm G4S has admitted that it is fighting to repair its battered reputation, as it wrote off £50 million in losses on its bungled London 2012 contract.
The US soldier accused of murdering 16 Afghan civilians in this month's unprovoked shooting spree was $1.5 million (£950,000), in debt and in danger of losing his home, according to reports yesterday.
Surachai was accused of inciting hatred of the monarchy
Steve Bunce explains how he was caught up in the mayhem between two British fighters after Chisora's defiance was overshadowed by press conference brawl
The family of Amy Winehouse is "taking advice" over revelations that the inquest into her death could be declared invalid.
Hours after revealing that they had found two bullets in the grounds of the White House, law enforcement agents in Washington last said that a man whom they believe may have fired them during an incident close to the mansion on Friday had been taken into custody in a small town in western Pennsylvania.
Police shot dead four people yesterday in the far north-west of China, bringing to 11 the death toll in a weekend of violence in one of the country's most troubled ethnic regions.
Alisher Usmanov has increased his shareholding in Arsenal beyond the 29 per cent mark.
If President Hosni Mubarak finally does go it would represent the beginning of the end for the authoritarian era in the Arab world. If he is eventually ousted it will be as important, if not more so, than the Egyptian Revolution and the overthrow of the monarchy in 1952. And it will preface one of the most critical periods of modern Egypt and the Arab world; one full of risks and possibilities. But that time was not last night.