Articles by Aaron Akinyemi
President Obama pays tribute to liberal Republican who stood at the 'forefront of the civil rights battle'
High-profile figures linked to sexual abuse includes Tory and Labour MPs and peers.
Florida cop's death comes hours after two officers were killed in New York.
Pentagon confirms four detainees were flown to Kabul after spending more than a decade at the military prison.
Quake jolts Fukushima nuclear power plant and Japan's Pacific coasts.
Robert McCulloch admits some witness were 'clearly not telling the truth – no question about it'.
Shahnor Alom detained in north-eastern state of Assam on Friday after fleeing site of attempted assassination in October.
Troops put on red alert as more than half a million people seek cover in one of the country's largest ever evacuations.
Civil rights pioneer dies in Washington hospital after numerous health problems and a political life dogged by drama and controversy.
Quake hits Nagano region 170km north-west of Tokyo, leaving traffic disrupted and 200 homes without power.
British flag lowered in symbolic Camp Bastion ceremony to mark formal handover to Afghan forces.
Iraqi government forces recapture southern town of Jurf al-Sakhr, while Kurdish forces reclaim key northern villages.
BBC's Rwandan broadcasts suspended over claims of 'genocide denial and revisionism'.
Brisbane detectives questioning two young males after a racist verbal attack against a train guard was caught on film.
New Rightmove study shows property price rises will rise between 14%-43%.
Roadside bomb kills Iraqi police chief, dealing major blow to fight against Isis.
Public Health England chief executive Duncan Selbie warns TB is on the rise in the UK, fuelled by global migration.
At least three dead as Cyclone Hudhud uproots hundreds of thees and damages buildings in eastern India.
Kremlin says President Putin has ordered 17,600 troops to pull out from Ukraine's Rostov region.
London mayor says Tony Blair employed oration techniques used to Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler.