Critics say giving Australia's highest honour to a British royal is 'embarrassing' and 'anachronistic'
Radio presenter Mark Pougatch to take over presenting duties as Chiles follows Townsend out of the door
Historians continue to debate whether Winston Churchill, one of history's most complex figures, deserves a place in Britain's pantheon
Queen's son reiterates denial made by Buckingham Palace during speech to business leaders in Davos
It is 20 years since the Manchester United maverick launched himself into the crowd at Selhurst Park
The 79-year-old faces 'exceptional new challenges' as he takes over from the late King Abdullah
King Abdullah is not leaving a legacy of female empowerment in the conservative kingdom
Prince Charles and US Vice President Joe Biden expected to visit Saudi Arabia to pay their respects
With Burns Night approaching, it's time to raise a glass to Robert Burns and his poems
First reviews are in for the follow-up to one of TV's greatest dramas - and the critics are hedging their bets
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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