The first identical twins to undergo a live liver transplant in the UK did not realise they were identical until one of them needed surgery.
UK police officers are to return from Thailand after reviewing an investigation into the murders of two British tourists, Scotland Yard says.
Online retailers in China are gearing up for "Singles' Day" - the biggest online sales day in the world.
Fruit juice should be removed from the recommended list of healthy things to eat daily because it is confusing for parents, say campaigners.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says 200 members of Australia's special forces will begin deploying to Iraq after being given legal clearance.
A stream of lava that has been creeping towards a Hawaii town for months has now destroyed one of the houses.
Social media helps footballers and fans get closer than ever before - but online abuse is a significant problem, says Dan Roan.
There is much confusion in the current US political landscape: Senator Rand Paul may be the man to take advantage, says Justin Webb.
How history might have changed if Franz Ferdinand had survived
The London bungalow at the centre of a spy scandal
China's online retail giant Alibaba has sold $2bn (£1.2bn) in goods in the first hour of China's annual "Singles' Day" shopping event.
South Korean judges are set to give verdicts in the trial of the crew of a ferry that sank, killing 300, with the captain facing a death sentence.
Tony Abbott says a new regional development bank for Asia would be good for growth, but says Australia will only join a "genuinely multilateral body".
An American doctor who became the first person to be diagnosed in New York with Ebola is to be released from hospital on Tuesday after recovering.
With the Rosetta spacecraft in orbit around comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, scientists are hoping for a windfall of new information about these strangest of objects.
Anger over the vote on UK involvement in the European Arrest Warrant and a Rolling Stones insurance claim feature on Tuesday's front pages.
'Where are the images of disabled children in books?'
Inside the New York courts for immigrant children
Which part of the world has the people with the reddest hair?
How did 14-year-olds end up in the trenches in WW1?