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Jonathan Beale reports from HMS Bulwark as the Royal Navy attempts to rescue boatloads of migrants desperate to reach Europe.
The escape of two murderers from a maximum security jail in New York is described as a "crisis situation" by the state's governor.
Can the Metropolitan Police start to look more like the city it is meant to serve?
Seventeen flight staff are planning legal action over the alleged contamination of air on board British flights. But what is the evidence to suggest it is unsafe?
Seventeen flight staff are planning legal action against British airlines, claiming contaminated air inside cabins has made them seriously ill.
Catch up with all the best of the action and quirkier moments from day two of the 2015 Fifa Women's World Cup in Canada.
The death penalty has come under increasing scrutiny in the US. Is it on its way out?
China's greenhouse gas emissions could start to decline within 10 years, says a London School of Economics report.
Many of the papers pick up on a warning by the prime minister that members of the government will have to resign if they want to campaign to leave the EU.
A leading forecaster says the Scottish economy will continue to grow this year but it is no longer keeping pace with the UK as a whole.
Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton admitted he "needed" victory in the Canadian Grand Prix, after his fourth victory in seven races so far this season.
MPs consider and vote on plans to devolve more powers to Scotland as the House of Commons debates the second reading of the Scotland Bill.
More than half of the world's oil paintings come from Da Fen in southern China.
Will the car of the future be hydrogen or battery driven?
Shaming the parents who humiliate their children online
Morrisons, the UK's fourth largest supermarket, is cutting prices of another 200 "everyday items" by up to a third, as the grocery price wars continue.
The car hire industry has accused the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) of "rushing in" new rules for motorists hiring cars.
The CBI cuts its UK growth forecasts and warns that a possible "messy" end to the Greek crisis and uncertainty over the EU referendum both pose further risks to the British economy.
Scientists are launching an investigation into antibiotic-resistant bacteria, known as "superbugs", by gathering data from surfers' rectums.