The attorney general in Mexico has said that three gang members have confessed to killing more than 40 students who have been missing for six weeks.
Rules which denied about 4,000 war widows and widowers a military pension are to be changed from April 2015, the Ministry of Defence says.
The papers are full of accusations that George Osborne "span" the announcement that he had won a budget rebate for the UK, and speculation about a terror plot tied to Remembrance Day events.
Thousands in the Philippines take part in a memorial walk on the first anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, which left more than 7,000 people dead.
A company that will start to carry out capability assessments on behalf of the government next year says it could take up to 18 months to reduce the existing backlog.
Suspected Mexican gang members have confessed to killing more than 40 students who went missing six weeks ago, the attorney general says.
Four men are being questioned after being arrested by police investigating an alleged Islamist terrorism plot targeting the UK.
Parts of the World War One poppy display at the Tower of London are to be extended until the end of November, David Cameron has said.
Chancellor George Osborne's claim to have halved the UK's £1.7bn EU budget surcharge is "smoke and mirrors" and "spin", Labour and UKIP say.
Official war diaries currently being tagged by an army of citizen historians have revealed some interesting insights into the conflict.
A jury in Pittsburgh finds neuroscientist Robert Ferrante guilty of murdering his wife by lacing her energy drink with cyanide.
Researchers say the current one-size-fits-all approach to treating teenagers with anxiety disorders is leaving them at risk of future mental health issues.
The testes have been identified as the most distinctive type of human tissue, by a major project in Sweden.
BBC's Danny Cohen offers top 10 tips for being a TV executive
The English city that wanted to 'break away' from the UK
President Obama has chosen New York federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch to replace Eric Holder as US attorney general, the White House says.
A controversial plaque unveiled last week by Prince Charles in the Colombian port city of Cartagena is removed after local opposition.
A 93-year-old man wows staff and fellow patients at Forth Valley Royal Hospital by playing the violin on the ward.
A unique plan for a specialist centre to help teenagers in Glasgow study maths, science and technology is revealed.
The diplomat who blew Britain's chance of cashing in on Saudi oil