Lotus boss warns three-car teams will sound death knell for F1
Lotus boss warns three-car teams will sound death knell for F1

 British Formula One team Lotus boss Gerard Lopez has said that three-car teams would be the death of the motor racing sport.

Angel Di Maria's wife rebuts claims Argentine is unhappy at Old Trafford
Angel Di Maria's wife rebuts claims Argentine is unhappy at Old Trafford

Manchester Untied winger Angel Di Maria's wife has turned to her social media account to rebut claims that the Argentine is unhappy at the English club.

Sri Lanka confirms 10 dead in landslide

Sri Lanka on Tuesday confirmed that at least 10 people died and 28 remain missing in a landslide at a tea plantation last week in the country's central hill areas as officials began checking voters list and school records to identify those buried under the mud.

Hong Kong police grill British banker over double murder

Hong Kong police were Sunday questioning a 29-year-old British financier who worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch after the grisly discovery of two female corpses, including one in a suitcase, in his upmarket apartment.

IFFI to pay special tribute to Richard Attenborough
IFFI to pay special tribute to Richard Attenborough

The upcoming edition of International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will pay special tribute to British filmmaker Richard Attenborough, best known for his Academy-award winning movie 'Gandhi'.

Jogger runs into British PM in security breach

In a major security breach, a 28-year-old jogger ran into British Prime Minister David Cameron after the premier had concluded a meeting in northern England on Monday.

UK suspect extradited to US to face terror charges

A mentally ill British man accused of trying to set up a terrorist training camp in Oregon was extradited to the US today after losing a nine-year legal battle.

British Indian millionaire Dewani blamed wife for her own death, court told

British Indian millionaire Shrien Dewani, on trial for allegedly planning his wife's honeymoon murder in Cape Town in 2010, blamed her for causing her own death as she screamed when the couple were carjacked, a South African court heard on Tuesday.

Hong Kong govt to open talks with democracy protesters Tuesday

Hong Kong`s embattled government said it will open talks with student protesters Tuesday, after three nights of clashes between police and demonstrators who have staged huge pro-democracy rallies for nearly three weeks.

Hurricane Gonzalo scores direct hit on Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo scored a direct hit on Bermuda on Friday evening, knocking out most of the electricity there as it lashed the tiny Atlantic island chain with pounding surf, drenching rains and sustained winds topping 100 miles (161 km) per hour.

Pitching tents, Hong Kong democracy protesters dig in for long haul
Pitching tents, Hong Kong democracy protesters dig in for long haul

Hundreds of student activists camped overnight at major protest sites in Hong Kong as the democracy movement sought to regather momentum after the government called off talks with its leaders aimed at defusing unrest in the global financial hub.

British man dies of suspected Ebola infection

A British man with Ebola symptoms died Thursday at a health clinic in Macedonia.

Ebola suspected in Briton''s death in Macedonia, hotel sealed off

 A British man showing symptoms of the Ebola virus died in Macedonia on Thursday and authorities said they had sealed off a hotel where he stayed, keeping another Briton and hotel staff inside.

Foreign jihadists traded for Turkish hostages: Reports

British media on Monday reported that Turkish hostages freed by the Islamic State group last month may have been released as part of a prisoner exchange for up to 180 jihadist fighters.

US, British strikes seek to reverse jihadist advances

US warplanes launched multiple strikes against Islamic State jihadists in Iraq and Syria Tuesday, seeking to turn up the heat, as Britain carried out its first air raids against the group.

Briton arrested in Bangladesh for suspected IS links

A British citizen was arrested here today for suspected links with the Islamic State (IS), becoming the sixth person to be detained in past four days as part of an intensified security vigil against the dreaded group.

British press cheer Europe for once after Ryder Cup win
British press cheer Europe for once after Ryder Cup win

The British press cheered Europe`s success in retaining the Ryder Cup in a victory over the United States, with Monday`s front pages setting aside barbs aimed at the EU to praise of the team in blue.

Far-right groups protest immigration at British port

British far-right groups demonstrated against immigrants entering the country from France, in a protest at the southern English port of Dover.

Andy Murray makes ATP Shenzhen Open semis, Richard Gasquet crashes
Andy Murray makes ATP Shenzhen Open semis, Richard Gasquet crashes

Andy Murray reached the last four of the ATP Shenzhen Open Friday, as he chases points to make November`s World Tour Finals in London.

British, Iranian leaders to discuss IS at first talks since 1979

British Prime Minister David Cameron is to hold talks with Iran`s President Hassan Rouhani over unrest in Iraq and Syria, officials said Tuesday, the first meeting between the country`s leaders since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.