Cobalt, which operated flights to and from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester and Stansted airports, cancelled all flights from 11.50pm on Wednesday. A statement on its website advised passengers not to go to airports as "no Cobalt flights will operate and no Cobalt staff will be present".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kept the crowds waiting but were met with a rapturous reception as they arrived in Melbourne for day three of their royal tour in Australia. Locals waited from as early as 5am in a bid to catch a glimpse of Harry and Meghan as they headed to Victoria as part of their 16-day tour, which will also take in New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.
Scotland Yard said officers were called at about 5.30pm on Wednesday to reports of a group of men fighting at the building on Charlotte Despard Avenue, Battersea. The Metropolitan Police has launched a murder investigation, and said the incident happened in a communal area of the flats.
Speaking at the European Council summit in Brussels on Thursday, the Prime Minister will call for a "proportionate" response to those inflicting harm on the economies and democracies of the EU. And she will tell fellow leaders it was time to "impose costs on all those who seek to attack us, regardless of the means they use to do so".
Turkish crime-scene investigators entered the residence of the Saudi consul general in Istanbul on Wednesday to search for evidence in the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi, just as a pro-government newspaper published a gruesome recounting of his alleged slaying. Saudi Arabia's green national flag flapped overhead as forensics teams walked into the residence, only 2 kilometers from the consulate where Khashoggi vanished Oct. 2 while trying to pick up paperwork to get married.
A Russian official said a student attacked a vocational college Wednesday in Crimea, a rampage that killed 17 other students and left more than 40 people wounded, before killing himself. The comments from Sergei Aksyonov, the regional leader in Crimea, were the latest in a series of shifting explanations by Russian officials as to what exactly happened at Kerch Polytechnic College in the Black Sea city of Kerch.
A man convicted of killing eight children has been executed at a Pakistani prison after the country's top court rejected a request for his public hanging. Mohammad Imran was hanged in the eastern city of Lahore in the presence of the father of seven-year-old Zainab Ansari, whose rape and murder in January ignited nationwide outrage.
The Duchess of Sussex gave a touching nod to her close friend Serena Williams by stepping out in a jacket from the tennis star's clothing line on day two of her visit to Australia. Sporting a more casual look for a trip to the New South Wales city of Dubbo, pregnant Meghan paired the grey plaid blazer with black Outlander jeans, a white shirt from Maison Kitsune and black boots by J Crew.
The Canadian government is ready to pardon those with a pot possession record of 30 grams or less after Canada becomes the second and largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace Wednesday. A senior government official said those with a record will be allowed to apply for a pardon.
The U.S. military on Tuesday announced its deadliest airstrike against the al-Shabab extremist group in Somalia in nearly a year, killing about 60 fighters. The U.S. Africa Command said Friday's airstrike occurred near the al-Shabab-controlled community of Harardere in Mudug province in the central part of the country.
China on Tuesday characterized its mass internment of Muslims as a push to bring into the "modern, civilized" world a destitute people who are easily led astray - a depiction that analysts said bore troubling colonial overtones. The report is the ruling Communist Party's latest effort to defend its extrajudicial detention of Central Asian Muslim minorities against mounting criticism.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met on Tuesday with Saudi Arabia 's King Salman over the disappearance and alleged slaying of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi , who vanished two weeks ago during a visit to the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Pompeo's arrival came hours after a Turkish forensics team finished a search inside the consulate.
US defence secretary Jim Mattis has said Donald Trump told him he supports the retired Marine general "100%" following speculation he will be replaced. The assertion comes just days after the US president mused on American national television about Mr Mattis leaving his post.
Charles is set to meet staff at Royal Lochnagar Distillery in Crathie, Aberdeenshire, when he tours the premises on Tuesday. The distillery opened as under the name of New Lochnagar in 1845, but it was later renamed Royal Lochnagar following a visit by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1848.
Britain is "more likely than ever before" to crash out of the European Union without a deal, Brussels has warned. Theresa May insisted a Brexit deal is still "achievable" despite deadlock in negotiations just days ahead of a crunch summit.
Anxious community members living in the shadow of Grenfell Tower asked if their children are safe to play in local parks and continue going to school following reports of potentially harmful toxins in the soil. Soil and dust samples taken by Professor Anna Stec revealed "huge concentrations" of potential carcinogens around the west London tower block, the Guardian reported on Friday.
A serving soldier was part of a ring of smugglers trafficking illegal immigrants from the Calais Jungle into the UK, a court has heard. David Plumstead, 24, who was based at Barker Barracks in Paderborn, Germany, allegedly tried to help a fellow soldier in the Princess of Wales Regiment transport two migrants through the Channel Tunnel for a fee of 5,000 each.