Controversial whistleblower Assange has a constant police guard outside the Ecuadorian embassy where he lives.Read the full story ›
The police commissioner will host a counter terrorism conference in London today to discuss the changing terrorist threat in Europe and elsewhere.
Sir Bernard Hogan Howe will be joined by more than 100 senior representatives from police and security forces, as well as partners from other countries recently affected by terrorist attacks.
The US First Lady will head to Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets as part of her campaign to help boost education for girls.Read the full story ›
Cyclists are hoping to draw awareness of cycling safety issues by riding naked through the streets.Read the full story ›
The US First Lady Michelle Obama will visit London with her mother and daughters later this month.
Her visit is part of her campaign to boost girls' education across the world, the Let Girls Learn initiative championed by herself and her husband.
Her visit comes six years after delivering an emotional address to pupils at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School in Islington. The US embassy said Mrs Obama would:
meet with students and discuss how the UK and the US are working together to expand access to girls' education around the world - supporting adolescent girls in completing their education.
Footage has appeared online apparently showing the older brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un at an Eric Clapton gig at London's Albert Hall.
This YouTube clip, which appears to be shot by NK News, shows Mr Kim's brother Kim Jong-chul. He is known to have attended concerts by Eric Clapton in the past and is thought to have attended two at the Albert Hall recently.
Eric Clapton is currently most of the way through a 10-day residency at the venue which finishes tomorrow evening.
An official report into the deaths of four British sailors in the Atlantic says the accident may have been caused by structural weakening of the vessel, caused by previous groundings and repairs.
The four men lost in the May 2014 disaster were captain Andrew Bridge, 22, from Farnham, Surrey, and crew members James Male, 22, from Southampton; Steve Warren, 52, from Bridgwater, Somerset; and Paul Goslin, 56, from West Camel, Somerset. They had been taking part in a regatta in Antigua and were sailing back to Southampton when their vessel capsized approximately 720 miles east-south-east of Nova Scotia in Canada on May 16.
One or more keel bolts on the yacht may have deteriorated and it was "probable that the crew were fatigued and their performance was impaired accordingly", the Marine Accident Investigation Branch report also said. But MAIB concluded: "In the absence of survivors and material evidence, the causes of the accident remain a matter of some speculation."
Climbers have been cut off from the mountain's base camp and remain on various routes leading to the top of the world's highest peak.Read the full story ›
Singh Sarao, from Hounslow, is accused of helping wipe billions of dollars off the value of US shares in a matter of minutes.Read the full story ›