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Four in 10 Scottish businesses want to grow internationally but feel they are being held back by export barriers, a survey has revealed.
The Islamic State militant group releases a video online purporting to show the killing of US journalist James Foley.
A Whitehall department denies advising its staff to vote "No" in the Scottish independence referendum.
For the first time, biologists measure the force applied by climbing snakes and find that they squeeze up to five times harder than necessary.
Arsene Wenger describes the decision to send off Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey in the Champions League draw at Besiktas as 'unbelievable'.
The Civil Aviation Agency is consulting on changes which would allow the owners of vintage planes to take paying passengers on flights.
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Official figures revealing another increase in average house prices lead some papers, while others focus on Cilla Black's support for Sir Cliff Richard.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of girls under 18, who have fled the conflict in Syria, being forced into early marriages, the United Nations has told the BBC.
A biker who filmed himself nearly crashing into a car head-on at high speed is found guilty of dangerous driving.
Great Britain forward Kieron Achara and his team-mates are existing on "£15 a day" as they try to reach the European Championships.
A number of rape claims are to be re-examined by Northumbria Police over fears they were incorrectly recorded as a "no crime".
The United Nations is mounting a major aid operation to try and help more than half a million people who have fled for their lives from extremist Islamic State (IS) fighters in northern Iraq.
The police killing of a second black St Louis-area man in 11 days has threatened to further enflame tensions.