Workers busy making pottery fit for Charles
British pottery makers are continuing a tradition by producing commemorative mugs, plates and teapots to mark the upcoming coronation of the new king
No regrets from the Iraqi who threw his shoes at Bush
Bush had been criticised across the Middle East for his decision to oust Saddam Hussein, an action launched based on faulty US intelligence
High jump pioneer, icon Fosbury dies
Fosbury won gold in the high jump at the 1968 Olympic Games, where he jumped back first to clear the bar, a technique that has since been named the 'Fosbury Flop'
Nobel prize-winner Kenzaburo Oe dies at 88
He wrote about gruesome tales of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and noted how his shock at what he heard may have been his inspiration for becoming a writer
King Charles hands Duke of Edinburgh title to Prince Edward
The title was last held by their father Prince Philip, Buckingham Palace said
Beyer, world's first openly transgender MP, dies
A former sex worker, actor and drag queen, Beyer was elected to New Zealand’s national parliament in 1999 after several years as mayor of Carterton
Tinubu: From godfather of Lagos to Nigeria's president-elect
His power, exerted from behind the scenes, will now be tested as Tinubu attempts to tackle Nigeria's crises and improve on Buhari's lacklustre record
Thomas Lee dies at 78
The American billionaire financier was discovered dead at his Fifth Avenue Manhattan office from a self-inflicted gunshot wound