Fourteen people are taken to hospital, two with serious injuries, after a crash involving a bus and a car in West Lothian.
More than 100 lorries carrying Russian aid set off towards the border with Ukraine, amid continuing confusion over their final destination.
The housing market "paused for breath" across the UK in July and went into reverse in London, surveyors say.
About 32,000 students in Northern Ireland are due to receive their A level exam results on Thursday.
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The UK's role in helping refugees from Iraq's minority communities who have fled Islamist militants leads many papers, while other focus on A-level results.
Police on the Indonesian island of Bali arrest two people after the body of an American woman is found in a suitcase.
The US says it is unlikely to launch a mission to save Iraqis trapped by Islamist fighters on Mt Sinjar as there are fewer people there than expected.
The world's biggest maker of personal computers, Lenovo, sees a 23% jump in net profit as laptop sales outperform industry average.
Tensions between protesters and police in the US city of St Louis have entered a fourth night after the shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
Pope Francis arrives in South Korea for a five-day visit, in his first trip to Asia since he took over the papacy in March 2013.
Israel and the Palestinians begin a fresh five-day ceasefire in Gaza, but immediately trade rockets and air strikes.
Yolo, an acronym for 'you only live once', is among the latest new words added to the Oxford online dictionary.
Thirty women are to be reassessed for breast cancer after cases of the disease developed in patients all screened by the same doctor.
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Chile sacks the head of security of Santiago international airport after an "embarrassing" robbery of more than $10m (£6.2) at the cargo terminal.
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Mexico's conservative PAN party replaces its leader in the House of Representatives after a video showed him allegedly dancing with escorts.