A grieving Palestinian father has said his children were killed "without any warning" after an Israeli bombardment struck a house in Gaza City.
Portugal has confirmed that tourists from the UK will be able to travel to the country from Monday.
Easing restrictions in England next week is the right thing to do, the government has insisted, as doctors said the move was a "real worry" with many still awaiting vaccination.
Hundreds of people turned up to a US park for a heated pool noodle brawl to find out who is the rightful owner of the name Josh.
It's supposed to be the happiest day of your life, but police have revealed details of dozens of crimes reported at weddings in the last three years - including mass brawls, thefts and sexual misconduct.
A minister has told Sky News that step three of England's lockdown easing will still go ahead on Monday, despite soaring cases of the Indian variant of coronavirus in the UK.
A Palestinian rap artist and a Jewish mother of seven live in the same, mixed neighbourhood in the Israeli city of Lod.
Barry Jenkins' new limited series The Underground Railroad has been a long time coming for the Oscar-winning filmmaker, who says he has always wanted to make something related to the "American condition of slavery".
A tower block that is the base for international media in Gaza has been hit by an Israeli bombardment, causing it to collapse.
Tesla has halted the use of Bitcoin to pay for its vehicles because of the environmental impact of using the currency.
This was a news conference that earlier in the week probably wasn't in the prime minister's diary.
Tennis ace Roger Federer has called on organisers of the Tokyo Olympics to tell athletes if the event is still going ahead, adding he is still in two minds as to whether to compete.
Surge testing to tackle an outbreak of the Indian variant of coronavirus is under way in parts of England.
Thousands of Rangers fans have gathered in the centre of Glasgow to celebrate the team's title win, despite warnings against gathering due to rising COVID cases in the city.
China has landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time, becoming the third country to arrive on the Red Planet.
An Israeli airstrike that levelled a media tower in Gaza has been branded "completely unacceptable" by Labour, as thousands of people gathered on the streets of central London in solidarity with Palestinians amid the conflict.
In a week dominated by violence in Israel and Gaza, you could be forgiven for missing a lot of other news.
Film giant Universal has apologised after it dubbed a character played by trans actress Laverne Cox with a man in some international versions of the Oscar-winning Promising Young Woman.
If the new Indian variant does install itself as the main variant of COVID-19 in this country; if it does lead to more cases and in turn more deaths - and both of those remain big ifs - the question of how this happened is likely to focus on three days in April.