An eccentric duchess and a clown fanatic
Why 361 needles are better than one
A British man has been found guilty by a court in France of murdering his then-fiancee in a Paris hotel.
The distressing story of surviving a militant bus shooting in Kenya
One of the Elgin Marbles, a headless depiction of the river god Ilissos, is on display in Russia.
Thousands of shops have failed to adapt their premises for disabled customers, with a fifth excluding wheelchair users, research finds.
The diplomat who wrote a 'portable handbook' - in six hefty volumes
Surveillance laws that allow police to access the phone records of individuals are not fit for purpose, the Home Affairs Select Committee says.
A text messaging service could help people remember to take the medicines they have been prescribed, say researchers.
A range of stories appear on the front pages but the weather interests the Daily Express and Daily Star, with both forecasting snow which could last until 25 December.
The Women's World Cup draw takes place this weekend and there are plenty of reasons to be excited about the tournament.
Uruguay's President Jose Mujica says his country is set to take six prisoners from Guantanamo on humanitarian grounds.
Fifa general secretary Jerome Valcke rejects claims that playing the Women's World Cup on artificial turf amounts to discrimination.
Tiger Woods cards an improved second-round 70 but remains in last position at the Hero World Challenge in Florida.
Non-league Blyth Spartans stun League Two side Hartlepool 2-1 to progress to the third round of the FA Cup.
A Democrat-led investigation has found no evidence linking the potential 2016 presidential candidate to
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Bath keep their hopes of making the knockout stage of the European Champions Cup alive by beating Montpellier.
Jarrett Rivers cuts in from the right and fires home the winning goal for non-league side Blyth Spartans against Hartlepool in the second round of the FA Cup.