Four US soldiers have been killed in a suicide attack in northern Syria that was claimed by Isis, according to US official cited by Reuters.
Plants reportedly died on Sunday when lunar night fell, before first reports of succesful germination
British High Commission in Nairobi is closed for routine business as diplomats respond to terror attack
If the UK has any sense now, just like after Suez, we would retreat and simply accept our diminished status in the world, with as much dignity as we can muster, and hope time heals the wounds
The Double Olympic gold medallist will challenge for the WBO World Flyweight Title in just her sixth professional fight
Josie Rourke's film is beautifully shot and boasts commanding performances from Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie but turns these real women into historical superheroes
More than 1,800 volunteers will help passengers navigate the airport while additional customer engagement agents will be on hand to assist people entering and exiting the city
Andrew Hill survived when his Hawker Hunter jet crashed into a dual carriageway, but 11 others died in the August 2015 disaster
United have over a quarter of a billion pounds sterling outstanding, with £150m of that due in the next year
The couple have splashed out £8.5 million on two neighbouring units in the super-luxe Brooklyn Heights, where new neighbours include Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso.
Now that Theresa May's Brexit deal has been voted down, a Final Say referendum is more likely than ever before
Officials say money from hunting licences goes to support local communities, but an animal rights group calls it a 'complete shame'
Three lost episodes from the sitcom's original second series will be remade: 'The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Walker', 'A Stripe for Frazer' and 'Under Fire'
'There was a lot of confusion, lot of people running around, but he stood out because he was a foreigner. He was very brave'
Given Theresa May has just suffered the biggest Commons thumping in history – a majority of 232 against her Brexit deal – it might appear obvious that MPs lack confidence in her.
Bayern have already submitted two bids for Hudson-Odoi, both of which have been rejected by Chelsea who are continuing to adopt a tough stance
Check Point researcher tells The Independent he believes it is entirely possible that these flaws could have already been exploited by hackers without victims even knowing
'The Favourite' and 'A Star is Born' are expected to feature prominently as momentum continues following Golden Globes wins and Bafta nods
'Disorderly Brexit would create such a complex situation that it is impossible for companies to prepare for all eventualities,' said Utz Tillmann, managing director of VCI
We have one last chance to pause the clock. We can still make time to talk together about what we really want
'He was detained at the moment he was carrying out specific illegal actions in his hotel', Russian foreign minister claims
We've chosen convenience over caring, but whatever the motivation, we need a conscious consumer revolution
Even if the reality of the Brexit situation is that the deal has been stymied at the UK end, it is not difficult to see how anti-EU voices will offer an alternative presentation of events
After being imprisoned for dealing drugs, Adnan Hashi was forcibly removed from the country to Mogadishu. One wonders how many other young people who came of age here are now suffering thousands of miles from home
The 36-year-old, who joined Arsenal from Chelsea in June 2015, announced on Tuesday that he will retire from playing at the end of the season
The singer is said to be 'more concerned' with filing a lawsuit against Lifetime for airing damning documentary
John Allan's comments may be based more on hope than expectation. Ditto the modest gains posted by the pound and the FTSE 250 this morning
'The number of people we watch die alone, with no one in the room with them, is one of the greatest tragedies of our time'
A timely seminar tonight in Kensington, at the Design Museum, will bring into sharp focus "The Future of Renting" and go to the heart of how so many Londoners are living today.
Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, United have won their last six Premier League games, including a 1-0 win against Tottenham on Sunday
Edinburgh's David Cherry, Leicester's Jake Kerr and Glasgow's Grant Stewart are all included after injuries ruled out Fraser Brown and George Turner
Doubles specialist Bob Bryan had the same hip resurfacing operation that Murray is strongly considering
Gattuso last week said that 'when a player makes up his mind it becomes hard to convince them otherwise'
Lives were saved in a crush at Hillsborough stadium eight years before the disaster because police opened gates to the pitch, a court has heard.
Both party leaders are playing for time, trying to paper over the cracks within their own ranks – but decisiveness is needed now more than ever
The Consumer Price Index was up 2.1 per cent year-on-year in December – the lowest since January 2017
Maria Island home to wombats, pademelons, Forester Kangaroos, Bennetts wallabies and Tasmanian Devils
One man was shot dead while attempting to use an encyclopedia as a shield and videos showed parents faking their own death in front of children
Evans pushed the reigning Australian Open champion far harder than the 7-6, 7-6, 6-3 score suggests 12 months after returning from a year-long suspension
There is growing frustration and anger among UK companies, trade body says, due to a lack of answers to basic questions
Commuters frustrated by delays to the launch of the long-awaited Elizabeth line can take heart from the good news that many other significant transport upgrades are poised to open up parts of the capital previously underserved by Tube and train services.
It is beyond resuscitation. Theresa May – doughty and resilient and persistent as she is – has recognised as much
The CES 2019 technology trade show had some of the nuttiest gadgets on the planet, but also some of the best
Brandon Flowers sings about a variety of themes, from incarceration to immigration, in the newly released track
Darren Criss has vowed to no longer take on queer roles. Gay actor Ben Whishaw doesn't believe a performer's sexuality should limit what characters they play. Alexandra Pollard explores the complicated debate over sexuality on film
A Joint Borrower Sole Proprietor mortgage is a penalty-free way for your family to help you buy a home.
Glam rock blockbuster disliked by reviewers and criticised for handling of Freddie Mercury's sexuality but continues to triumph at box office and pick up award nominations
His job of inviting tourists into a nightclub called Blow Up soon gave rise to his reputation as a Casanova – one which he cultivated and was bizarrely celebrated for
The food of Myanmar is unlike anything else we love from Asia. It's a myriad of crunchy textures with fermented vegetables that are sweet and sour. But, asks Emma Henderson, why don't we see more of it
At a time when causal dining chains are closing by the dozen, food halls are springing up everywhere, regenerating areas. They represent a new way to eat where choice is king
If cooked wrong, this little green veg which is affectionally known as ladies' fingers can become slimy and unappealing, but that's certainly not the case in this traditional vegetarian dish, says Romy Gill
The food we hate during childhood often becomes our best-loved dish in later years. Romy Gill reminisces on a family favourite that she lovingly serves at her restaurant today
The designer started out designing film sets before co-founding Andrew Martin, the design brand famous for its textiles and wallpapers.