Author: LAUREN SAID-MOORHOUSE, CNN

Royal rift breaks beyond palace walls

It was billed as a behind-the-scenes look at their recent royal tour in southern Africa. Instead the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's documentary confirmed what many had suspected for quite some time: a rift within the royal family.

Timeline emerges for bodies found in truck in England

Paramedics discovered the bodies of 39 people in a truck container at an industrial park outside London in the early hours of Wednesday morning. All victims -- including 31 men and eight women -- are believed by police to be Chinese nationals.

Austria names its first female chancellor

Austria is welcoming its first female chancellor with the appointment of Brigitte Bierlein, who will lead a caretaker government until elections can be held in September.

Ecuador has complex relations with Assange

Hours after Julian Assange was ousted from his diplomatic refuge at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, the country released a laundry list of alleged transgressions which brought the WikiLeaks founder's seven-year residency to an end.

Could Julian Assange still face rape charges in Sweden?

The world watched this week as the disheveled figure of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was hauled, kicking and screaming at British police officers, from Ecuador's London embassy, where he had been holed up for seven years.

What will Harry and Meghan name baby?

Spring has arrived in the UK and, amid the chaos of Brexit, another countdown is in full swing. Any day now, Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex will become parents for the first time.

Juan Guaido to UK: Don't give gold to Maduro

Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim leader, Juan Guaidó, has called on British authorities to prevent President Nicolas Maduro from removing any of the country's gold held in the UK's central bank as the country's political crisis continues to deepen.

Ecuador says Assange's fate rests on death penalty assurances

British and Ecuadorian authorities have held discussions over the future of Julian Assange, the Ecuadorian president said on Friday, fueling speculation that the WikiLeaks founder may soon be stripped of the country's diplomatic protection in London.