Two years after the Rana Plaza disaster that killed more than 1,100 people, Bangladeshi garment factory workers are still struggling for their rights, as the BBC's Justin Rowlatt finds out.
The number of women becoming nuns has reached a 25-year high, according to the Catholic Church in England and Wales.
The fall in part-time students in the UK means lost opportunities for individuals and the economy, the new head of the Open University warns.
EU leaders are to hold an emergency summit on ways to stem the number of migrants risking the perilous journey across the Mediterranean.
An Islamic centre in the Australian city of Melbourne, attended by two teenagers charged with terrorism-related offences, closes its doors.
The likelihood of being bitten by mosquitoes could be down to genes that control our body odour, a pilot study in Plos One suggests.
The force accused of hating black people
From financial ruin to the biggest film franchise in history
Why an offer of 100 luxury cars caused outrage on social media
Sir Alex Ferguson returns to his home city of Glasgow to support a campaign to erect a statue in honour of social reformer Mary Barbour.
A public inquiry into a controversial wind farm development in Sutherland is due to begin.
The first court appearance in the extradition case against a UK trader accused of contributing to a £500bn crash on Wall Street makes it on to the front pages, while there is further focus on Tory concerns about the SNP.
Election issues are likely to be high on the agenda as MSPs meet for the first First Minister's Questions since the Easter recess.
Javier Hernandez's goal against Atletico makes him an "unexpected hero", but he won't keep his place, writes Andy West.
The Indigenous Australians who broke the law when they went to war
Italy is not producing enough babies and future workers to pay the pensions of the elderly.
"Ransom" comes from "redemption", but red lines are only... red lines.
Jaywick was named most deprived place in England in 2010. It lies in the first constituency to elect a UKIP MP.
The story of the sports bra
Bowler Stuart Broad defends England's sledging during the second Test against West Indies in Grenada.