Robin Niblett, director of independent think tank Chatham House, outlines five external challenges that could shape British foreign policy.
The capacity for causing widespread confusion and damage through cyber-attacks is increasing all the time, warns Gordon Corera.
The stark divide in education between rich and poor countries
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How people have both loved and feared sunshine
The best friend of student Eloise Parry, thought to have died after taking 'highly toxic' diet pills bought online, says she was failed by doctors.
Artificial lighting in harbours is luring in sea creatures that cause damage to ships, a study suggests.
The European Parliament is set to vote on whether calorie labels should be added to alcoholic beverages.
Australian recalls its ambassador and Brazil expresses "deep dismay" after their citizens are executed in Indonesia for drug crimes.
Worried parents are putting "extra pressure" on A&E departments, leading doctors and nurses warn.
Ofsted inspections of children's services are outdated and do not always protect vulnerable children, according to a new report.
Venezuela announces a nationwide electricity rationing plan that includes cutting the working day for public sector employees.
The next government should focus on the quality of care and education received by young children, say campaigners.
A Conservative government will introduce a law guaranteeing no rise in income tax rates, VAT or National Insurance before 2020, David Cameron will announce.
Jack Ely, the lead singer of the Kingsmen best known for 1960s hit Louie Louie, dies aged 71
An election pledge not to raise taxes in the next parliament, and the Labour leader's interview with comedian Russell Brand make the front pages.
A yacht which capsized leaving four UK sailors missing in the North Atlantic may have been affected by structural weaknesses, a report says.
An international team, including archaeologists from the University of Glasgow, are ready to begin a dig on the Waterloo battlefield.
It's an old joke: give a politician a baby and they'll kiss it. But what about campaigning when the baby is yours?
Scottish parties rally the troops as campaigning for the general election enters its final week.