LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tech giant Apple is taking art out of the gallery and splashing it on the real world, creating playful, digital skylines with technology that critics fear could become sinister and invasive.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As millions of Muslims don robes and flock to Mecca for haj, a small counter movement to boycott the pilgrimage in protest at Saudi Arabia's politics has won limited support online.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A giant sand dune is being built on England's east coast to save 400 homes from storm surges, in Britain's first attempt to use "sandscaping" to stave off rising seas and prepare for a changing climate, engineers said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Graduate student Victoria Brennan knew she was taking a risk when she bought a home in a run-down neighborhood in the northern English city of Liverpool for less than the price of a cup of coffee.
CARDIFF (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From street vendors to asylum seekers, nearly 500 men and women gathered in Cardiff on Saturday to kick off the 17th Football Homeless World Cup, in a bid to tackle social exclusion and offer a respite from rough sleeping. | Video
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Big business and politics are mass-mining everyday data - from Facebook 'likes' to online subscriptions - for profit and power, according to a Netflix documentary released on Wednesday.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Cities can provide an "antidote" to populism and extremism if they build bridges between their diverse communities, London's mayor said on Tuesday, as he met the leaders of other major European cities in the British capital.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More men than women in Iraq say they have been sexually harassed, while only 6% of Lebanese people think being gay is acceptable, according to a major survey of public opinion in the Middle East published on Monday.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Rough sleeping in London rose by 18% over the last year, hitting a decade high of 8,855 people, data showed on Wednesday, the majority of whom were new to bedding down in parks or doorways.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - On the two-year anniversary of the Grenfell fire on Friday - Britain's worst blaze in decades in which at least 72 people died - many people expressed grief and frustration over the failure to improve safety in social housing.