LONDON Thousands of environmental activists paralysed parts of central London on Monday by blocking Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge in a bid to force the government to do more to tackle climate change. | Video
LONDON (Backstory is a series of reports showing how Reuters journalists work and the standards under which they operate.)
Every Friday morning, a pensioner and his grandson gaze across a vast demolition site in east London, one of them remembering a life working at the Ford factory there and the other wishing he could help tear its old buildings down.
LONDON Thousands of people opposed to Britain delaying its departure from the European Union marched through central London on Friday as lawmakers in parliament strongly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a third time. | Video
LONDON, March 29 Thousands of people opposed to
Britain delaying its departure from the European Union marched
through central London on Friday as the government scrambled to
salvage its Brexit plan.
LONDON Robert Unbranded stands out from other protesters outside the British parliament, and not just because of his red jumpsuit, wild hair and unusual surname.
KALINOWKA, Poland The former Catholic priest of the Polish village of Kalinowka is serving three years in jail for molesting five schoolgirls. But Marta Zezula, a mother whose testimony helped convict him, says the priest's victims are the ones made to feel guilty. | Video
YANGON/LONDON Aung San Suu Kyi was once a global hero. Today, her reputation is sullied. What happened?
By Simon Lewis, Zeba Siddiqui, Clare Baldwin and Andrew R.C. Marshall
I met her with Reuters colleague Manny Mogato in May 2016 in a slum in Davao City, just after its long-time mayor, Rodrigo Duterte - also known as "The Punisher" - was elected president of the Philippines. Four of Alia's sons were killed in Davao in a brutal anti-drug campaign that Duterte had vowed to take nationwide.