Eyewitness Stephanie Conway tells the BBC some people were opposed to a conference on cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a suburb of Dallas, but she saw nothing threatening.
The Australian Federal Police defend their role in the 2005 arrest of the Bali Nine drug smuggling gang, after two were executed in Indonesia.
More than three-quarters of people in the UK would not recognise signs of skin cancer, a survey by British Association of Dermatologists suggests.
Gun salutes are to take place at Hyde park and the Tower of London later to mark the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby girl.
Two gunmen are shot dead after they opened fire outside a conference on cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a Dallas suburb, police say.
The Australian government will not be able to keep its promise to balance its budget, largely because of a plunge in commodity prices, say Deloitte.
Two trials of gene therapy on an inherited form of blindness in children have shown that patients' eyesight can be improved - but only temporarily.
Given the vast sums that the US in particular has spent on counterterrorism operations inside Yemen, why has al-Qaeda continued to grow?
A proposed French law to beef up intelligence-gathering in the face of jihadist violence has provoked outspoken criticism about infringement of civil liberties, says Hugh Schofield
Various scenarios surrounding the outcome of the general election are played out in the papers, and there is plenty of reaction to the birth of the royal baby.
What happens when an anti-Semite finds out he's Jewish?
Call for more homes and businesses to use solar power after figures showed there is enough sunshine to power electricity supplies.
UKIP is to commit to creating a United Kingdom that is "fair to all" as it launches its Scottish manifesto.
Community leaders in central Nigeria accuse government troops of killing civilians and burning villages following the deaths of six soldiers.
The Conservatives focus on tax and Labour on the NHS as campaigning returns to traditional territory on the last bank holiday before polling day.
The BBC meets Johnny Dagami, who makes a living in the Philippines, impersonating the famous boxer. Manny Pacquiao.
What happens after someone stops you from committing suicide?
Are there any similarities between chess and warfare?
When Labour wasn't red and Tories weren't blue
Drivers for Germany's Deutsche Bahn plan a week-long strike to start on Monday, their eighth walkout in 10 months of wage negotiations.