Scotland will be given greater powers over tax and social security if voters rejected independence, David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg are to announce.
All of the UK's national newspaper front pages record events to mark 100 years since the start Britain's involvement in World War One.
The parents of a murder victim call for an explanation after hearing a judge say impact statements made by bereaved families made "no difference" to Parole Board judgements.
Chinese authorities are investigating a Dandong-based Canadian couple on suspicion of stealing state secrets, state media say.
A US man who became sick after visiting West Africa last month is being tested for Ebola in hospital in New York, health officials say.
The BBC's Steven Rosenberg reports from Russia's border with Ukraine on the 438 Ukrainian soldiers who have retreated to Russia because they are ''under intense pressure''.
The World Bank announces that it is allocating $200m in emergency assistance to help West African countries contain the Ebola outbreak.
Two British nurses braved heavy fire with Belgian troops in WW1
Why do so many ships fly the Panamanian banner
The ex-fighters seeking children they were forced to give up
LinkedIn agrees to pay $6m in wages and damages after an investigation finds it failed to account for all the hours worked by its employees.