William Hague has said that the government is "determined" that the child abuse inquiry will happen and will make it work.
Hundreds of thousands of free, hot meals will be served up at Sikh temples across the UK this week, as part of a tradition known as Langar.
The head of the US transport safety agency say the investigation into the Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash in California could take about 12 months.
Looking for cures for constant worrying
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine are preparing to hold elections which the West has denounced as illegitimate.
The link between mimicry, empathy and acting
Bolivian President Evo Morales signs the contract to start building a new presidential palace to replace the current colonial building.
What lies underneath London?
A huge festival dedicated to puppets has been taking place in Thailand's capital Bangkok.
The Fawcett Society vows to investigate claims its pro-feminism T-shirt - worn by leading politicians - has been made in sweatshop conditions.
Are the number of Ebola cases levelling off?
Where are all the gay chief executives?
Opposition parties in Burkina Faso call for a mass rally in protest at the army takeover after the resignation of President Compaore.
The papers look into the aftermath of the Virgin Galactic spacecraft crash, and there are questions raised over whether safety concerns were heeded.
Teaching the joys of letterpress
John Logie Baird's other invention
The people who want their language to die with them
Nicola Sturgeon promises state-of-the-art hospitals and health centres will emerge from a £409m public-private funding package.
The book you'll find in every Iranian home
The Scottish government's failure to adequately fund GPs is putting patients at risk, according to the organisation that represents general practitioners.