The "neck-and-neck" race between the yes and no camps in Scotland, and news of the Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy dominates Tuesday's headlines.
A man has been killed in a suspected shark attack off a beach in Australia's Byron Bay, officials say.
Four Peruvian anti-logging activists and tribal leaders have been killed by suspected illegal loggers, officials say.
Tens of thousands of people lined the banks of the Qiantang River in China on Monday to watch the world-famous tidal bore.
Concentrations of warming gases in the atmosphere reached record levels in 2013 say the World Meteorological Organisation.
The US hails the new Iraqi government ahead of a trip by Secretary of State John Kerry to the region to shore up support against IS.
Dutch experts are due to publish the first report into what caused Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 to crash in eastern Ukraine in July.
The body governing US collegiate sport eases the punishment against a university where a football coach was convicted of sexually abusing children.
A heliport operator raised concerns about flying close to a high-rise building in south London four years before a fatal helicopter crash, a report says.
Should the UK build things like the Victorians?
Brain tumour patient Ashya King is expected to undergo his first consultation later at a Czech clinic ahead of planned proton beam treatment.
European Union member states formally adopt new sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis, but do not specify when they will come in to force.
Canadian prosecutors drop an assault charge against pop star Justin Bieber stemming from an alleged 2013 attack on a limo driver in Toronto.
The English in Scotland campaigning for independence
Ministers are to review how payment of the TV licence fee is enforced amid concerns about the number of people ending up in court for evasion.
Burying the child casualties of Ukraine's conflict
Dramatic pictures have emerged of a recently closed rollercoaster in Los Angeles that collapsed after fire broke out on the wooden frame.
A student will become the youngest person in the UK to donate his bone marrow when he has an operation this week.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney will set out his plans for "real wages" when he addresses the TUC annual conference.
TSB - the bank formerly owned by Lloyds - has confirmed that it is in the process of opening up to 30 new branches, although 300 other banks have shut.