By Andrew MacAskill
By John Geddie SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore said on Wednesday it was investigating two local companies accused of supplying luxury goods to North Korea in violation of U.N. sanctions.
By Estelle Shirbon
LONDON (Reuters) – Cycling’s governing body (UCI) should investigate if Team Sky broke anti-doping rules, UCI President David Lappartient told the BBC on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) – Former British prime minister Gordon Brown called on police to examine the activities of John Ford, an ex-private investigator who told the BBC he had been used by Rupert Murdoch’s
By William James
DUBAI (Reuters) – More than 150 Iranian current and former BBC staff and contributors have been barred from major financial transactions in Iran, an Iranian court order seen by Reuters showed, in a
BANGKOK (Reuters) – A Thai student activist was jailed for two and a half years on Tuesday for posting on Facebook a BBC article deemed offensive to Thailand’s king, his lawyer said.
EDINBURGH (Reuters) – Did you hear the one about the British naturalist, the marmot, the grizzly bear and the South African poacher?