Central Mexico was hit with a magnitude 7.1 quake earlier this week, killing more than 200 people
The elephants were found dead near to their water source, where a power line had been damaged
Saad al-Hijri said women should not be allowed to drive because they lacked both reason and religious commitment
Trump sends another provocative tweet after North Korea threatens hydrogen bomb test
The Prime Minister is to give a key speech to break the negotiation impasse in Florence later on Friday.
The Labour leader claimed his party represents the majority of British people in an interview with the Guardian
The chant makes reference to the striker being well-endowed, and has faced calls to be banned by the club
The New York Times is reporting the head of the Russia probe is requesting records of the US President's behaviour
Tom Price, the Health and Human Services Secretary, once blasted Congress for organising travel by private plane in 2009
Our host and Paul Ross were speaking to Donnachadh McCarthy, co-founder of Stop Killing Cyclists, about the 18-year-old who knocked over and killed a woman in east London
John Peet, The Economist's political editor, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the escalating tension in Spain ahead of an independence vote in October
The Enrique Rebsamen primary school collapsed during the magnitude 7.1 earthquake on Tuesday
23-year-old Jamil Ahmed Mukadam faces a six-month jail term for sticking the middle finger up during a row on the roads
The shadow Brexit secretary gave an interview to The Guardian newspaper ahead of the Prime Minister's address on Brexit in Florence
The company recently shelved a number of daily flights, causing disruption for customers
The Big Debate was on energy today
We've obtained pictures of Trump listening to yesterday's interview with Sam Delaney.
The storm made landfall as a category four hurricane on Wednesday morning
The MP for Derby North spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the accusations previously made against the Labour Party
Jonathan Isaby, the editor of Brexit Central, discussed the speculation surrounding the Foreign Secretary with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Yvette Cooper, who commissioned the report by The Henry Jackson Society, said this was 'unacceptable'