Gun salute marks Prince Charles' 70th birthday
A 41-gun salute was held to mark the 70th birthday of Britain's Prince Charles in London on Wednesday.
Lagos Fashion Week 2018 - Adama Paris
Adama Amanda Ndiaye is a Senegalese fashion designer. She also goes by the name Adama Paris, which is also the name of the label she owns and operates. Her pieces, which are manufactured in Morocco, can be found internationally, including in New York City, Tokyo, London and Paris. She is credited with starting Black Fashion Week.
China is pouring money into Europe
From Greece to German, and from Brussels to London, Bloomberg TV's Tom Mackenzie investigates the European connections in China's grand infrastructure investment plan.
London football team's anti-fascist shirt goes viral
A local team in London has gained admirers around the world because of its new away shirt. The kit, worn by the players of Clapton CFC, is inspired by the fight against fascism in the Spanish Civil War.
How do UK investors view Africa?
David Schwimmer, Chief Executive Officer of the London Stock Exchange says British investors see a long-term growth potential and opportunity in Africa. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa when he visited Nigeria as part of the U.K delegates who accompanied Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May.
Buhari is thinking, planning for Nigeria - Group
President Muhammadu Buhari has returned back to Nigeria after a vacation in London. He embarked on a 10-working days vacation to the United Kingdom on August 3, 2018, and has returned to the country.
Diplomacy in the Trump era
Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations at London School of Economics, discusses how the Trump administration is using sanctions as a key foreign policy and diplomacy tool.
England fans look to semi-final... and final
Shortly after England's 2-0 victory over Sweden in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final, supporters in London set their sights on reaching the final itself.
Grenfell: One year after the fire
London marks a year on from the Grenfell Tower fire that killed 71 people. Prime Minister Theresa May admits that her initial response at the time seemed uncaring. And DW meets one of the survivors – still waiting to be re-housed.