A woman questioned by police in connection with the murder of a vulnerable man stabbed 102 times in an Essex park is released on bail.
The Houses of Parliament are for the first time being used as a set for a commercial film, as shooting for Suffragette takes place.
A large forest fire has destroyed more than 150 homes in the Chilean port city of Valparaiso.
Fathers want to be more involved in supporting breastfeeding but need more information, claims a study by Swansea University.
Pilots' union Balpa writes to the Civil Aviation Authority urging it not to back down on safety improvements to helicopters which are flying offshore.
A British Royal Navy commander helping with the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has said it is the most challenging he has ever taken part in.
Manny Pacquiao beats Timothy Bradley on points to win the WBO welterweight title in Las Vegas.
Arsenal's desperation for a trophy is so great that they celebrated their win over Wigan as if they had won the FA Cup
The body representing Welsh councils wants clarity from the first minister on plans to merge local authorities.
GB's Sarah Storey and Jody Cundy set world records to win gold at the Para-cycling Track World Championships.
Several papers report government plans to extend GP opening hours in England, while the Duke of Cambridge's comment about a possible new royal baby prompts speculation.
Russia's foreign minister says any use of force by Ukraine against Russian speakers in the country could undermine upcoming talks.
A handwritten recipe book from 1811 is given to the author's great-great-great-grandson after it was found at a car boot sale.
A UN report on climate change is expected to call for a trebling of the planet's use of renewable energy to reduce the risks of global warming.
Former champion Bubba Watson believes nerves will be a factor for each of the Masters contenders in the final round at Augusta.
An earthquake of magnitude 7.6 hits near the Solomon Islands, but no major damage is reported and a tsunami warning is cancelled.
A Nigerian man arrested after tweeting from the scene of an attempted jailbreak has been released nearly two weeks in custody, his family says.
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Guinea-Bissau is voting in presidential and parliamentary elections, amid hope that stability can be restored to the west African country.
The fight begins to oust Toronto's embattled, addled mayor