Surgeons in Newcastle have removed a man's tumour and repaired the site of the operation using leg muscles and tissue they had attached to his arm to keep alive.
GB's Joanna Rowsell wins her second gold of the World Track Championships with victory in the individual pursuit.
The papers report claims of Russian troop movements in Crimea and there is news of a Tory plea to Boris Johnson and TV presenter Susanna Reid's split from her long-term partner.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye warns Japan it will bring isolation on itself if it reviews a statement acknowledging its wartime use of sex slaves.
One of the world's biggest Bitcoin exchanges, MtGox, has filed for bankruptcy.
The government has pledged a £2m support fund to provide advice and support for firms in England which rely on tourism in areas hit by flooding.
Seaweed could help weight loss, research at the University of Newcastle suggests, as it contains a compound which can stop the body absorbing fat.
An autographed two-volume set of Adolf Hitler's Nazi book Mein Kampf sells at auction in Los Angeles for $64,850 (£38,700).
Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn gives his wistful debut solo album its first live airing at the inaugural BBC 6 Music Festival in Manchester.
Millions spent but little to show for it in Afghanistan
How the original Generation X shocked a nation
Mike Parker who helped popularise the typeface Helvetica died this week. You won't find a graphic designer who isn't familiar with it. Why is that, asks David Airey.
The day I enraged Viktor Yanukovych - and he took revenge
Can you become an expert in anything just by practice?
Pop star Beyonce is joined on stage by rapper husband Jay-Z as she brings her Mrs Carter world tour to London for the second time.
The film 12 Years a Slave has been praised for its vivid portrayal of slavery in America's south. But for residents who live in the area, the renewed attention is painful.
The One Show presenter Alex Jones is to spend three days climbing a US mountain to raise funds for Sport Relief.
The first degree-level space engineering apprenticeship is launched by Skills Minister Matthew Hancock as National Apprenticeship Week gets under way.
How to dress the stars for the Oscars red carpet
Tom Brook looks at the increasingly intense campaigns in the lead up to the Oscars.