A legal challenge is being launched in the High Court against plans to build a garden bridge over the River Thames in central London.
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All the evidence suggests standardised cigarette packs would reduce the number of people who start smoking and save lives, claim scientists.
The National Crime Agency must "drastically" increase the amount of criminal assets it recovers to "justify its budget", a committee of MPs says.
A train carrying crude oil has burst into flames after derailing in West Virginia.
A long-awaited report into alleged atrocities committed in the final stage of Sri Lanka's civil war has been delayed until September, the UN says.
All schools in England should have to teach sex-and-relationships education (SRE), MPs have said in a report.
Tuesday's front pages focus on a report by MPs on sex education, the collapse of EU talks on Greek debt, and political pre-election claims and counter-claims.
Australia's greyhound industry faces condemnation and investigations after a report showed illegal live baiting during secret training sessions.
Ukrainian government and rebel forces fail to meet a deadline to start withdrawing heavy weapons, the second phase of last week's ceasefire agreement.
An £8.5m hydro electric scheme near Crianlarich is the first project to benefit from £60m of new green funding.
The number of young children admitted to hospitals in Scotland for self-harm doubles in parts of Scotland over a five-year period.
After Radamel Falcao's latest underwhelming Manchester United display, Chris Bevan asks whether the Colombian is on his way out.
One person in every hundred was an immigrant in medieval England, university research finds.
The Somerset school building a digital forest in Rwanda
Penguins lost most of their sense of taste long ago in evolution, scientists have discovered.
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