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Australians fighting alongside Islamic State militants pose a "serious national security threat" that requires a wide-ranging response, a report says.
Police investigating disappearance of Irish student, Karen Buckley, 24, find human remains at farm north of Glasgow
Is the UK still a significant power on the world stage, or a fading bit-part player, asks Jawad Iqbal.
Thursday's papers highlight the mud-slinging, claims and counter claims by all parties as the election draws closer.
Politics everywhere is a rough game, but insulting the president in Turkey can come with a heavy price.
The Prince of Wales backs a campaign to raise £1m to secure the future of Harrogate International Festivals.
Dutch reporter's search for evidence in Ukraine air crash
The words "progressive alliance" are sure to feature in the BBC's leaders' debate later. Nicola Sturgeon, SNP leader, Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader and Leanne Wood, leader of Plaid Cymru, have all used the phrase. But what does it mean?
University of Aberdeen archaeologists discover a "very significant" Pictish fort off the coast of Aberdeenshire.
Scottish house prices were pushed "rapidly upwards" last month as property supply continued to lag demand, according to a survey.
David Cameron will promise more powers for Holyrood while in Scotland for the launch of the Scottish Conservative manifesto.
Meet 'Mexico's Jon Stewart'
How far can Russia's most daring theatre company go?
John Barnes says black managers don't get second chances, Viv Anderson thinks he will be dead before a black man manages England. Are they right?
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he had no option but to nutmeg David Luiz twice during his side's superb 3-1 win against Paris St-Germain.
Chris Buckler is travelling with the Lib Dems on their big banana-coloured campaign bus, and shared this taste of life on the road.
Working for Man Utd's secretive owners
Why sales of women's sportswear are rising
The leaders of five of Westminster's opposition parties will appear in a live televised general election debate later.
Why energy companies may be worth less than they think