Couples will now be able to have two children as decades-old policy is reversed.
Sir John Chilcot sets out a timeline for publication after pressure from bereaved soldiers' families.
Admiral John Richardson and his Chinese counterpart Admiral Wu Shengli will hold a video teleconference today.
Cameron will set out his demands for reformed membership of the EU next month.
The international relations lecturer responds to the British academics calling for the boycott.
The lawsuit accuses the platform of failing to stop posts that call for violence against Jews.
The Turkish leader says the military struck Kurdish forces after crossed the Euphrates river.
The medical charity says that patients and workers were present in the hospital.
Slovenia has requested help from the EU in dealing with high numbers of refugees.
Several Eurozone countries had asked for more flexibility on the EU's fiscal rules.
Widodo returned home early to address the "haze crisis" caused by forest fires in Indonesia.
The changes have been widely criticised by those who say they will penalise working families.
Professors and lecturers say that they will not do business with Israel's academic institutions.
The Law and Justice party government will be a new right-wing voice in Eastern Europe.
The Israeli leader is planning to tour East Jerusalem amid a wave of violence.
The third India-Africa Forum Summit gets underway in New Delhi today.
: The move is part of a 17-point plan agreed at an emergency meeting on Sunday.
Poland's eurosceptic Law and Justice party were victorious in the country's election.
Since 1994, the number of people enrolling at South Africa's universities has almost doubled.
Artists and authors including J.K. Rowling wrote encouraging Israeli-Palestinian dialogue and co-existence.
The Russian president said there was no way to defeat ISIS while supporting other rebel groups.
Of this new number, 40,000 are expected to be unaccompanied children.