Tens of thousands attend funeral of killed Pakistani journalist
The funeral at Islamabad's main mosque drew up to 40,000 mourners, according to police at the scene, with people spilling into the gardens and surrounding streets.
With flowers and a gun salute, Japan bids farewell to slain Abe at state funeral
Thousands of mourners flooded to the funeral venue from early morning, forcing organisers to open the hall half an hour early.
Japan prepares to bid farewell to slain Abe with controversial state funeral
Abe's killing set off a flood of revelations about ties between lawmakers in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party he once ran and the Unification Church.
Azmin to represent PM at funeral for Japan's Shinzo Abe
Mohamed Azmin Ali will also extend condolences to Abe’s spouse, Akie Abe, at the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo.
Japanese man sets himself on fire in apparent protest of ex-PM's state funeral
Public sentiment was narrowly in favour of a state funeral at the time it was announced, shortly after Shinzo Abe's death, but opinion has shifted sharply.
Queen's funeral drew peak British audience of 28 million, says BBC
The BBC audience was its biggest since the closing ceremonies of the London Olympics in 2012, and similar in size to that of Princess Diana's funeral in 1997.
With pomp and sorrow, world bids final farewell to Queen Elizabeth
Huge crowds thronged the streets of London and at Windsor Castle to witness the moving, grand processions and ceremonies.
Royals' emotions for Queen show through ceremonial pageantry
The royals followed the coffin up the aisle, with close-up television shots showing the grief on their faces.
Sombre pageantry at funeral for Britain's Queen Elizabeth
In scenes of inimitable pageantry, pall bearers carried her flag-draped casket along the aisle in the country's first state funeral since 1965, when Winston Churchill was afforded the honour.
Royal mourners face rail disruption on journey to Windsor Castle
In an update issued, Great Western Railway says the disruption is likely to continue for the rest of the day.
'We couldn't miss this': Thousands camp out for Queen's funeral
People on the way into London spoke of their motivations for being there ranging from a sense of taking part in history, expressing national pride and honouring a woman who had led Britain through so much change over the decades.
Britain and the world prepare to say last farewell to Queen Elizabeth
Among the 2,000 in the congregation will be some 500 world leaders, including Biden, Emperor Naruhito of Japan, Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan, and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.