Skygazers could get an Easter treat this Good Friday as spring's annual pink moon graces the night sky.
A 29-year-old woman has been killed after shots were fired in Londonderry, with police treating it as a "terrorist incident".
It is blisteringly hot in Khartoum, a minimum of 40 degrees in the day time.
Paula Radcliffe believes the verdict of a landmark legal case involving Olympic champion Caster Semenya could open the door for transgender athletes to compete in women's categories without lowering their testosterone levels.
Donald Trump has declared "Game Over" for his "haters" - but a long-awaited report revealed how the US president sought the firing of the man investigating his team's alleged links to Russia.
Protesters in Bangladesh and human rights groups are calling for justice for a teenage girl burned alive after refusing to withdraw sexual harassment and assault claims against a headteacher.
Investigators think an electrical short-circuit was the most likely cause of the Notre-Dame cathedral fire, a police official has said.
A fossil hunter in the US has caused outrage after trying to sell the remains of a baby Tyrannosaurus Rex on eBay for £2.3m.
Imagine if the star of a political comedy like The Thick Of It, or a prime-time show host like Ant McPartlin became prime minister.
Kim Jong Un is to have talks with Vladimir Putin in what will be the first meeting between the two leaders.
A US man and his Thai partner could face the death penalty after a home they lived on in the Andaman Sea was raided by Thailand's navy.
A man in South Korea has been accused of setting his apartment on fire and stabbing his neighbours as they tried to escape the burning building.
The US president, American politicians and most of the world are waiting for the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report into possible collusion between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.
Liverpool star Mo Salah has been named among Time's 100 most influential people of 2019.
Examples of Samsung's new foldable smartphone have broken after just two days, according to reviewers.
Amazon has announced that it is closing its online store in China after struggling to gain a foothold in the world's most populous nation.
A British diver who helped save 12 schoolboys trapped in a cave in Thailand has himself been rescued from a flooded tunnel in the US after more than a day underground.
Hopes for Jet Airways are fading as its shares plunge and rivals rush to fill the supply gap.
Pinterest's initial public offering (IPO) has set the company's valuation at $12.7bn (£9.7bn).
Talks between North Korea and the US have ground to a halt of late.
North Korea has test-fired a new tactical guided weapon - the first launch since a summit with the US ended without an agreement in February.
The sight of heavily-armed military on the streets of Khartoum, their trucks bristling with machine guns and rocket propelled grenades strapped to the sides, always gets your pulse racing.
A number of people have died after a tourist bus overturned on the Portuguese island of Madeira, according to local media.
The anxious mothers of 24 Ukrainian sailors lined the corridors of Moscow's Lefortovo District Court on Wednesday, desperate for a glimpse of their sons.
The Columbine-infatuated teenager who forced the closure of schools in Denver has been found dead, the FBI has confirmed.
The body of a man who went missing in Russia two years ago has been found chained to a tree with a video camera nearby.
An oval-shaped gemstone weighing more than 20 carats has been unveiled as the largest blue diamond to be discovered in Botswana.
The possibility of a technological solution to the Brexit Northern Ireland border issue could be more than a decade away, according to a Home Office document seen by Sky News.
Jet Airways has cancelled all flights after talks to rescue the struggling carrier failed.
Former Peruvian president Alan Garcia has shot himself after an order for his arrest was issued.
The European Commission has published a list of $20bn (£15bn) worth of US imports it could hit with tariffs, in an aircraft subsidy dispute that has dragged on for nearly 15 years.
Around 150 people are missing after a boat sank in an eastern lake in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
France's Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has launched a competition for international architects to rebuild the spire of Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Uganda will consider an offer of asylum for ousted Sudan leader Omar al Bashir despite an indictment for his arrest by the International Criminal Court.
One of Britain's most valuable online retail businesses has struck a deal to buy Christophe Robin, a luxury Parisian haircare brand which counts Kylie Minogue among its prominent clients.
Carlsberg has admitted its lager is "probably not the best in the world" after an increasingly negative reaction to its product and falling sales.
Polls have closed in Indonesia with the world's largest Muslim democracy electing a president, a parliament and local authorities.
Anthony Joshua's next fight has been thrown into serious doubt after an "adverse finding" was found in a drug test on his opponent, Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller.
Two Saudi sisters are pleading for help from Georgia after fleeing their family and country in the latest case of runaways from the ultra-conservative kingdom.
An Australian man has been killed and his wife critically injured after their pet deer attacked them at their home.
Donald Trump has vetoed a motion that would have stopped the US providing military aid to Saudi Arabia for their ongoing war in Yemen.
China's economy showed unexpected growth in the first quarter but it is still too early to announce a recovery, analysts say.
A volley of rocket attacks on the Libyan capital of Tripoli caused havoc overnight with people scrambling to safety and crowds answering a call to donate blood for the wounded.
Venezuela has accepted its first shipment of humanitarian aid from the Red Cross, after the government spent months refusing to allow it into the country.
Satellite images appear to show movement at North Korea's main nuclear site, which could be associated with the reprocessing of radioactive material into bomb fuel.
A listing on eBay offering "a section of timber", claimed to be from Notre-Dame cathedral after Monday's devastating fire, has been removed from the auction website.
Sony have released some of the early details about the eagerly anticipated Playstation 5 console, which is set to include "backwards compatibility" and "8K graphics".
A dog had lucky escape in the Gulf of Thailand after being spotted swimming more than 135 miles (220km) from the shore.
The number of large plastic items such as bags, rope and netting that are polluting the world's oceans is increasing, scientists have found.
At least €600m (£519m) has been raised to aid the restoration of the Notre-Dame Cathedral, which has been badly damaged in a fire.
An American tourist who captured a heart-warming photo in front of the Notre-Dame less than an hour before it caught on fire is searching for the man and child in her picture.
In the aftermath of a French tragedy, historian of modern France Dr Andrew WM Smith believes the nation's broken heart will repair itself in time after a huge blaze significantly damaged the Notre-Dame.
Game Of Thrones fans in China have hit out after six minutes of the final season premiere was "censored".
Microplastics have been discovered in a remote area of the French Pyrenees mountains, according to a new study.
Before and after pictures show the devastation of Paris' Notre-Dame that has come as a huge blow to France and the rest of Europe.
A French priest who helped comfort the wounded after the worst terrorist attack on Paris this century has emerged as the hero of the Notre-Dame fire.
It is as British as fish and chips and one of the country's most famous sites, but new evidence suggests the roots of Stonehenge lie in the Mediterranean.
A former state governor has become the first person to say he will challenge Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for president.
A US newspaper has won a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on a mass shooting in its own newsroom that left five journalists dead.
Firefighters risked their lives to save Notre Dame's priceless historical artefacts of religious and cultural significance from the raging inferno that engulfed the 12th century cathedral.
More French billionaires have stepped up with donations for repairs to Notre-Dame, taking the total to €600m.
One of France's richest men is to donate 100 million Euros (£86.3m) towards the rebuilding of Notre-Dame.
World leaders have been expressed their sadness as a devastating fire broke out at the iconic Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, one of the world's most famous and popular tourist attractions.
Libya's United Nations-backed prime minister has told Sky News that there could be an influx of more than 800,000 migrants from his country into Europe if the instability in his country continues.
Notre-Dame de Paris - or "Our Lady of Paris" - is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral and the largest in the French capital.
A fire has broken out at the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, firefighters in France have confirmed.
The Greek president has escalated a campaign for the return of the Elgin Marbles, attacking their home in the British Museum as a "murky prison".
A childhood note written by rapper and singer Drake is on sale for $7,500 (£5,725).
The Greek government says is negotiating to repay its debts to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) early, as market borrowing rates have fallen to their lowest level since 2005.