Some 17 years in the making, Philip Pullman's latest novel, The Book of Dust - Volume One - La Belle Sauvage, has won a prestigious award.Read the full story ›
The actor, writer and director talks about his new film about the life of artist Alberto Giacometti, living in London and President Trump.Read the full story ›
The level of toxins warranted a red alert warning from the Chinese government as it enforced measures to fight environmental destruction.Read the full story ›
There were slides, wave pools, restaurants and cafes. If it wasn’t in North Korea, you wouldn’t bat an eyelid.Read the full story ›
A Chinese "comfort woman" tells the tale of the brutality she endured at the hand of Japanese invader during WWII.Read the full story ›
Rescue workers have been unable to reach some of the bodies trapped after a fire swept through a traveller site in Dublin.
Five children are feared to be among the dead, which includes a mother, father and their five year old baby. All of the victims belonged to two families.
Emergency services have confirmed that ten people died in the incident, which took place in the early hours of Saturday morning.
ITV News' Peter Smith reports:
Showcasing a nation that's in a world of its own, the shuttered North Korea drew the curtains wide open today for everyone to witness its arsenal.
Armed soldiers paraded and huge lines of military equipment were shown off during a celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Worker's Party. North Koreans heralded their dictator like a God.
"The Korean army is ready to aggressive wars waged by the U.S." leader Kim Jong-Un proclaimed.
ITV News' Lucy Watsonreports from Pyongyang:
ITV News Correspondent Lucy Watson is visiting North Korea and offers a glimpse of what ordinary life is like inside the secretive state.Read the full story ›
In my first visit to North Korea, it becomes clear that straying from the script is not an option.Read the full story ›