Benin Arts: Back to its roots
After invading the Benin kingdom in 1897 and stealing about 4,000 artifacts belonging to Nigeria, Britain has agreed to loan us back a few of our bronze plaques for a space of three years. The Edo state government and the Benin royal court are planning to build a museum in Benin in preparation of having our treasures come back to its roots.
Britain's Prince Louis turns one-year-old
Prince Louis, the third child of Britain's Prince William and wife Catherine, turns one-year-old on Tuesday. Louis is fifth in line to the British throne, behind his grandfather Charles, Prince of Wales, his father William, the Duke of Cambridge, his brother Prince George, and his sister Princess Charlotte.
Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry making mental health documentary for Apple
Oprah Winfrey and Britain's Prince Harry have teamed up to produce an Apple documentary next year aimed at raising awareness of mental health.
UK's Prince William completes three-week attachment with security services
Britain's Prince William has concluded a three-week attachment with the country's security and intelligence agencies MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, his office said on Sunday.
Brexit to cost billions in income losses across Europe
A new study shows that the British and the Germans would be the worst hit with total annual losses of up to €67 billion. People in the US and China could actually see a rise in incomes after Britain's exit from the EU.
Brexit: Britain faces 'accidental' no-deal, EU warns
'Indecisive' Britain risks crashing out of the European Union without a deal, a senior EU negotiator has warned. PM Theresa May's handling of Brexit talks means the UK could crash out "by accident."
100 days left: Brexit chaos or an 11th-hour salvation?
Wednesday marks 100 days to go before Britain hits its deadline to leave the European Union. Reuters explains the three scenarios thrown onto a government in turmoil.
Iran confirms test of ballistic missiles
An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander said: "Iran needs no permission from foreign countries" to test missiles. The US, Britain and France claim the tests flout restrictions on Tehran's military program.