Ferry services have resumed at the Port of Calais following a fresh protest by former workers of dissolved operator MyFerryLink which caused a night of long delays.
An Australian spear fisherman captures one of the world's most venomous fish and a deadly snake in the middle of a fight for life.
More male carers are needed to look after older people, the Chief Executive of Care England says.
The first British healthcare worker who caught and survived Ebola is working as an NHS nurse in the hospital that helped save his life.
US horror film director Wes Craven, creator of the Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, dies aged 76, US media say.
Chinese shares are lower on fears of further market volatility and ahead of economic data expected to point to a further economic slowdown.
The Islamic State group is reported to have destroyed part of another temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra.
Ragunan Zoo introduces a mobile phone app to navigate the park.
Al-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy, Baher Mohamed and Peter Greste were each jailed for three years on Saturday for "spreading false news".
An unusual show at New Zealand's fashion week - one showing off a new type of lingerie that can be used for incontinence.
The European Union announces emergency talks on its escalating migrant crisis, as record numbers try to enter the bloc by sea or land.
Did a killer shark really attack a man on Brighton beach?
The lack of consultants on weekend duty at Britain's A&E departments, and a simple way to add as much as seven years to your lifespan, are among front-page leads on Bank Holiday Monday.
The people who work in quirky spots
Is technology changing our brains?
Why does a country thousands of miles away matter so much to the US and, in particular, President Obama, asks Karen Allen.
The fight against Islamic State has led to four wars and counting, writes Jonathan Marcus.
David Lagercrantz on riticism of his Dragon Tattoo sequel
Kabul family life on hold amid violence
Brian Harman becomes the third PGA tour player to make two holes-in-one in a single round before Jason Day wins The Barclays.