As the general election campaign approaches its frantic conclusion, the papers cover the final pushes and look ahead to the possible fallout.
A hospital trust at the centre of a police probe into data manipulation had more serious patient safety breaches than any other in England, it emerges.
India's capital Delhi has got its first woman bus driver. The BBC took a bus ride with V Saritha on the city's busy roads.
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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, owner of The Times and The Sunday Times newspapers, sees third quarter net profits fall 52%.
Two skeletons have been found in abandoned camps in Thailand, with possible links to people smuggling.
Wednesday's 24-hour strike by some ambulance staff may lead to delays in responding to 999 calls, the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service warns.
Political correspondent Chris Mason has been considering how this campaign has differed from previous ones.
Ferries are set to run between Florida and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years after the US government approved new services.
The exercises, called Jade Helm 15, are drawing concerns that the federal government could implement martial law or confiscate citizens' guns.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is to receive a controversial freedom of speech award in New York, but six writers boycott the ceremony.
A 15-year-old girl abducted by Boko Haram six months ago, has been reunited with her family following a dramatic rescue by Nigerian forces.
Relatives of a man who died after being detained by police in Fife are said to be "extremely distressed" by his death.
The Aegon Championships at Queen's Club next month will feature eight of the world's top 13 players.
The Queen meets her fifth great-grandchild, Princes Charlotte, on the day that the new royal baby's birth is registered.
Gay rights activists in Cuba, led by the president's daughter, will hold a mass wedding this weekend, in a country where gay marriage is still not legal.
A UKIP candidate is suspended after being filmed apparently threatening to shoot his Conservative rival.
A British couple believed to have been travelling to Syria with their four children have been deported from Turkey and detained in Moldova, the Foreign Office says.
Xiaomi may well be the biggest smartphone maker you've never heard of. BBC News has made this guide to the Chinese tech giant.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has surgery on his troublesome hip injury in the United States.