Charles joked in the first of a number of bilateral talks with world leaders that he has been recovering from having a ‘rather ancient birthday’.
The diplomat spent much of his time in the United Kingdom helping to cement the ‘special relationship’ between the US and UK.
Several rail infrastructure failures disrupted journeys on Thursday morning.
The new university course will cover areas such as AI in music composition, AI in film and media, and AI-driven artistic performances.
Max Philliban, 10, put his favourite basketball team through their paces as he took on the job of coach for the day.
Searing temperatures, floods, wildfires and crop failure have been wrecking lives across the world with conditions expected to worsen.
During his time in office and in the decades after he met British politicians and members of the royal family, including the Queen.
Here are the stories making headlines this Thursday.
The latest round of climate talks open this week with the UN pressuring countries to commit to further reduction in fossil fuel use.
Snow and ice forecast for large swathes of Scotland, eastern England, the South West and Northern Ireland.
All seven teams have joined more than 2,000 venues across the capital which have signed up to the Mayor of London’s Women’s Night Safety Charter.
Just Stop Oil said that police attended and detained the protesters at the scene.
Moscow’s foreign minister Sergey Lavrov was expected to attend the conference in North Macedonia.
It covers attacks on ATMs across Northern Ireland from February to March.
Eight classrooms at Cairnshill Primary in Belfast have been deemed unsafe.
Home Secretary James Cleverly reportedly told MPs more countries are ready to host asylum seekers from the UK if the Rwanda scheme is successful.
The list of winners includes an additional selection of apps being recognised for their cultural impact.
Leaders from around Europe agreed to an unprecedented deployment starting in December.
Drew Harris said that while the riot was ‘uncontrollable’, he denied that the city was ‘out of control’.
The charity said a due diligence system must be implemented.