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David Cameron urges fundraising regulators to look at how they could have helped poppy seller Olive Cooke, who was found dead last week.
The BBC's Zoe Kleinman stays overnight at a home packed with different types of robots and sensors in London.
Some fear that PM Narendra Modi may compromise India's core values in his effort to transform the country's economy, writes Justin Rowlatt.
What should we make of the reports that North Korean Defence Minister, Hyon Yong-chol, was purged and executed by anti-aircraft gunfire?
The question of the extent of extra powers for Scotland, and leadership developments for both Labour and UKIP, are the main stories on the front pages.
Rafael Nadal loses to Stan Wawrinka at the Italian Open as Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and David Ferrer reach semis.
Why some medical students aren’t ashamed of snoozing
Few stories from the Nepal earthquake are more dramatic than that of a pregnant young woman trapped in the ruins of her house.
Prospective leaders of the Labour Party will face questions from the public later, in the wake of news that Chuka Umunna has bowed out of the leadership contest.
World's most remote film festival keeps struggle alive
Air travel is affordable partly because jet engines are efficient - and for that the world must thank a cheap dull metal that helps makes some superalloys.
The hamburger button has become a common symbol on our smartphones, tablets and computers. But what is it?
Chancellor George Osborne says he will deliver a new Budget on 8 July which will "entrench stability and security".
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in China to urge Beijing to halt what is seen as its increasingly assertive actions in the South China Sea.
Ex-England players Matt Dawson and Jeremy Guscott say they are "disappointed" by Manu Tuilagi's assault conviction.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage "needs to take a break now", the party's only MP Douglas Carswell says.
Manchester United have already drawn up a list of replacements for keeper David De Gea in case he opts to leave the club.
Social housing tenants moved as London boroughs struggle with costs
Middlesbrough ease past Brentford 5-1 on aggregate to book their place in the Championship play-off final.
Three RAF Chinook helicopters sent to Nepal to help the aid effort in the country to return to the UK having without being used, the government says.