World headlines - Page 5
The Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge have been meeting thrilled well-wishers at the start of their 12-day tour of Canada and the United States.
An investigation has been launched after a man flew from New York to Los Angeles without a valid passport or ID and a boarding pass that belonged to someone else.
Justin Timberlake has teamed up with a US advertising agency to buy Myspace from News Corp.
The Foreign Secretary has announced that the Government is supplying further body armour and other equipment for use by the Libyan rebels.
Sky News has filmed violence during anti-government protests in Aleppo - the first to be filmed by foreign journalists in Syria in three months of unrest.
Flights have been held up at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York by a procession of turtles crossing the runway.
Lindsay Lohan has been released from house arrest after spending 35 days detained at her Los Angeles apartment for stealing a gold necklace.
The Greek parliament has passed a second austerity law which was the final hurdle to receive vital bailout loans needed to stop it defaulting on its debt.
Two French television journalists kidnapped in Afghanistan have arrived back in France after spending 18 months as prisoners of the Taliban.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge touch down in Canada today for their first joint overseas tour.