Cheers South Korea’s exam students The BBC’s Stephen Evans reports from Seoul on the day in South Korea’s calendar when around 60,000 students sit down down an annual entrance exam for universities and colleges.
Westworld creator pops Reddit, posts unseen clip Like Anthony Hopkins' Ford, it seems series creator Jonathan Nolan is always watching
United Airlines launches Basic Economy, known 'misery class' United, one of the world's biggest airlines, is cutting back drastically on perks to compete with low-cost rivals
Half UK comes low-carbon sources ever, claims Britain reaches green turning stage as electricity was completely coal-free for nearly six days over the last quarter
New York Times promises 'reporting accurately' Trump 'Did Donald Trump's sheer unconventionality lead us and other news outlets to underestimate his support among American voters?' says the editorial
Women World Surf League contest Hawaii The 12 women and 24 men who took part very very first had to prove they could hold their particular breath below water for four minutes.
Donald Trump fears sees Nikkei plummet markets Republican's gains The US election has started to resemble Brexit, with earlier expectations shattering as the evening moved on
Chelsea news: Thibaut Courtois distances Atletico Real Madrid moves Courtois has denied that he has any kind of intention of returning to the Spanish capital at present
Theresa May has going India, an ex-British colony, post-Brexit The Government's position seems to involve the hope that India will sign a cushy deal with us, while we crack down on Indians in Britain who've outstayed their particular own frosty welcome
Philippines grants Ferdinand Marcos hero’s burial The Supreme Court says the body of previous leader Ferdinand Marcos can be moved to the Heroes’ Cemetery.