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The bodies of 20 Malaysian victims of Flight MH17 that crashed in Ukraine are to arrive in Kuala Lumpur, as the nation holds a day of mourning.
Marine biologists find that baby coral and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs.
Venezuela plans to fingerprint supermarket shoppers in a move to combat food shortages and smuggling.
Argentina's plan to ask investors holding defaulted bonds to swap them for new locally issued debt is ruled "illegal" by a US court.
Failing doctors could be forced to apologise to patients under measures being considered by the medical regulator.
Using both types of polio vaccine could speed up efforts to free the world of the crippling and potentially fatal disease, research suggests.
Dutch grapple with jihadist threat from some young Muslims
Too few GPs have a website or allow appointments to be booked online, according to a Scottish think tank.
The official referendum campaigns are being barred from the majority of schools in Scotland ahead of polling day, BBC research finds
Why Scotland's political purdah may be welcomed by some
The secret recordings of a president's daughter
The 83-year-old still tied to Brazil's Big Island prison
Nadir Godrej, a top executive at one of India's biggest businesses, turns to poetry to describe the challenges facing India's economy.
Passengers should try to use the UK's smaller airports for a better holiday experience, a survey suggests.
As the number of water meters installed rises above 10 million, some customers are saving money while others are losing out.
The Tor Project says it believes some NSA and GCHQ agents are surreptitiously leaking it information to protect anonymity on the net.
The executive director of the Tor Project alleges that agents at GCHQ and the NSA are going behind their colleagues' backs to leak it information.
Police in St Louis released a video of their officers shooting a robbery suspect as he held a knife, but their pledge of transparency has lead to more questions.
The Liberal Democrats want to change the law and allow Premier League and Championship clubs to introduce safe standing at stadiums.
Most papers focus on efforts to identify the British jihadist in the video of reporter James Foley's beheading, while others raise fears over ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne's health.