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David Cameron is spending the weekend deciding the make-up of his first all-Conservative cabinet, after several Lib Dem ministers lost their seats in Thursday's election.
A Dundee art school lecturer launches a solo exhibition at the renowned Venice Biennale arts festival.
People in Scotland have donated £4m to an appeal to help survivors of the Nepal earthquake.
A court in Venezuela sentences a policeman to 18 years in jail for the death in February of a 14-year-old protester in the western state of Tachira.
The Pentagon says that China has expanded its programme of land reclamation in the South China Sea, an area disputed by several countries.
Noah and Emma are the most popular baby names in the US, according the Social Security Administration.
A New York judge declares a mistrial in the murder case of six-year-old boy who went missing in 1979 after the jury could not reach a verdict.
The Tories' poll-defying general election win attracts bumper coverage with many front pages highlighting the "awkward" meeting between the prime minister and his rivals at VE Day commemorations just hours after he walked back into Number 10.
Already legally defined as Australia's "National Gemstone", the country's precious opals are punting for a new international designation - that of Global Heritage Stone Resource.
Motherwell breathe new life into their fight to avoid the play-offs and confirm St Mirren's relegation.
A late Fernando Amorebieta winner gives Middlesbrough a slim advantage in their Championship play-off semi-final against Brentford.
David Dimbleby presents Paddy Ashdown with a cake-shaped hat at the start of Question Time programme.
Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic 6-4 7-5 to reach the Madrid Masters semi-finals, joining Rafael Nadal in the last four.
Could gay marriage give Australian economy a boost?
Close to 100,000 people have been displaced by renewed fighting in South Sudan's Unity state in the last week, the United Nations warns.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon warns David Cameron that it cannot be "business as usual" in Scotland after her party's historic election success.
President Obama's visit to South Dakota now means he has visited every state in the US while serving in the White House.
Pamela Cookey wins her 100th cap as England beat Trinidad and Tobago 67-42 at London's Copper Box Arena.