When Bitcoin launched in January 2009, it was worth pennies.
The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, has pledged to make his country carbon neutral by 2060 at a landmark conference in Riyadh.
Alec Baldwin was handed a loaded prop gun by an assistant director who indicated it was safe to use, moments before the actor fatally shot his crew member, according to court documents.
The government will not change the six-month gap between second doses of the coronavirus vaccine and the booster jab unless the UK's vaccine advisory body recommends it, a health minister has said.
Donald Trump is launching a new social media platform to "stand up to the tyranny of big tech".
The husband of the cinematographer fatally shot by Alec Baldwin on a film set has spoken about his "enormous loss" in an emotional tribute.
The nation is "dilly-dallying into lockdown" and action should be taken now to avoid much tougher COVID restrictions later, a government scientific adviser has warned.
Russian and Chinese warships have held their first joint patrols in the Pacific Ocean, Moscow has said.
The first trial of Italy's former interior minister Matteo Salvini, who is charged with kidnapping after he refused to allow a migrant rescue ship dock in Sicily in 2019, has begun.
Boris Johnson has said there is "absolutely nothing to indicate" the country will enter a new lockdown this winter, although he added the government would "do whatever we have to do to protect the public".
Five police officers from four different forces are facing disciplinary action over messages about Wayne Couzens.
Harrison Ford has been reunited with his credit card after losing it during a stay at a beach resort near Palermo, Sicily.
Petrol prices are nearing a record high, the AA has said.
Homes and businesses were left severely damaged after the Spanish region of Alicante was battered by flash flooding.
The inauguration of a new governor of a province in Iran was dramatically interrupted by an angry man who slapped the new office-bearer across his face.
Thousands of supporters of a banned radical Islamist party have clashed with police in Pakistan for a second day in a row.
Duran Duran don't need to throw a real-life party to mark their 40th. "I think this is it, I think we're in it," says frontman Simon Le Bon. The 40th for Duran Duran is the new album - their 15th - the venues still selling out, the fact they are still here, still together, still making music.
Russia's leaders believe they are "at war" with the UK and its allies but Britain is failing to deter the threat, a former spy who wrote an infamous dossier on Donald Trump has said.
Twenty seven schools in England are using a facial recognition system to take lunch payments from children, with 15 more due to start using the system shortly.
Retail sales volumes took a surprise dip last month to achieve their longest losing streak on record, according to official figures released as a measure of consumer confidence showed a slump to levels last seen in February.