Foreign criminals are laundering billions of pounds by purchasing expensive UK properties, pushing up house prices, the National Crime Agency says.
The first steam trains will run along the new Borders Railway in September, ScotRail confirms
A series of explosions at a fireworks factory in southern Italy leave at least six people dead.
A report by India's telecom department raises hackles over fears that services like WhatsApp will no longer be free.
Usain Bolt says he is "ready to win" at next month's World Championships after securing victory at the Anniversary Games.
Saudi Arabia is trying to fight a version of jihadism while being home to another form of radical Islam, says Magdi Abdelhadi.
What do the French really think of Tour de France leader, Britain's Chris Froome, who has faced allegations of doping?
Financial matters are a focus for the front pages with stories about criminals laundering cash through house purchases, the end of cheap mortgage deals, and bank security.
Palestinian village faces demolition for third time
Hard work saves Spanish lynx from extinction
A cry for help after five days of 'terror'
The significance of the Incirlik air base in southern Turkey explained, as Turkey says it will allow the US to use the base to launch airstrikes against IS.
Facing the future at the IMF
Barcelona will "fight" to stop the best players joining the Premier League when the new TV deal starts, says their president.
Kimberley Wyatt, Rylan Clarke and Sam Nixon battle for the title in Friday's Celebrity Masterchef final.
The UK's first Versace-branded flats go on sale
Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah receives a rousing reception as he wins the 3,000m at the London 2012 Anniversary Games.
What one item would you save in an earthquake?
The Bank of England's chief economist has expressed concern that shareholders' power is holding back economic growth.
Usain Bolt twice dips below 10 seconds at the Anniversary Games to win the men's 100m in 9.87 seconds.