A group of survivors stumbles along after the apocalyptic outbreak of a virus.
Sudan's newly appointed prime minister launches an independent probe into pro-democracy protester deaths earlier in June
Quantum computers are computers that are believed to be capable of solving calculations that are too complex for standard machines that are not rooted in quantum physics.
Dubai International Airport, the world's busiest airport for international travel, says "suspected drone activity" caused it to divert two flights
Police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets at anti-government protesters in Nicaragua, injuring two people.
CHRIS FOY IN SAPPORO: England made a faltering start to their World Cup campaign in Sapporo and had to wait until four minutes from full-time to belatedly clinch the bonus point.
Journalists were meant to depart Heathrow for Cape Town on Friday evening - two days before Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son Archie are expected to jet off on their commercial plane.
Thousands of people continue to attend the event at IWM Duxford, Cambridgeshire, as it enters its second day. The weekend sees Lancasters, Spitfires and Hurricanes take to skies.
The legal spat - which centres on the historic tie-up between Marks & Spencer and Ocado - shines a spotlight on the battle for control of Britain's grocery delivery market.
Hilary Adair was trampled and killed by cattle during a dog walk on Linchmere Common in Sussex, on January 7. The cows have been removed from the area.
Tropical Storm Karen formed just east of the Windward Islands and has sustained winds of 40 mph. A tropical storm warning has been issued for Trinidad and Tobago, along with Grenada and its dependencies.
Israel's national electric company says it has begun reducing power supplies to Palestinian areas of the occupied West Bank due to a financial dispute
England's World Cup campaign gets off to a spluttering 35-3 victory against unfancied Tonga in Sapporo.
Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party, says he will serve a full term as prime minister if he wins the next general election, which is widely expected to take place in the next few months
Thousands of illegal gold miners come to the abundant rainforest of French Guiana in search of a fortune, leaving a trail of environmental destruction.
Is it possible to get a real flavour for the opulent Emirate, on a quick stopover of less than 36 hours? Femail reveals the insider tips on how to pack it all in when you have limited time.
We look at the irresponsible side of modern journalism and the shortcomings of climate reporting.
The Queen's granddaugher, 38, sported white trousers, riding boots and a navy jacket as she competed in the four-day dressage, cross-country and show jumping event.
Lawyer says prosecutors have ordered Hazem Ghonim to remain in custody for 15 days pending an investigation.
But the foreign secretary says he will not "take levers off the table" for future action.