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The sister of a murdered schoolgirl speaks publicly for the first time since the discovery of the teenager's body 20 years ago.
France's TV5Monde television network says a number of its sites have been hijacked by Islamic State hackers.
A Conservative Party warning on the future of Britain's nuclear deterrent, and a study which suggests sexual criminality may run in families, are two of the topics on Thursday's front pages.
Five images shared after South Carolina shooting
The rights group Amnesty International says it has evidence pro-Russian separatists summarily killed four Ukrainian soldiers in their captivity.
How do the parents of murdered children cope?
The US deports Carlos Vides Casanova, a general during El Salvador's civil war, over alleged abuses while he was in command.
An American woman has been sentenced to 20 years for making her five-year-old son sick and eventually killing him in order to gain attention online.
The unexplained murders of Canada's missing women
A plane from Manchester with 48 passengers and four crew made an "uncontrollable slide" after landing at Inverness, according to a report.
Scientists are aiming to recreate a complete honey bee brain on a computer.
Canada carries out its first air strikes in Syria, as part of the US-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants.
A look at what we really know about immigration.
The rural economy, apprenticeships and opportunities for women will be among the issues on the Scottish election campaign trail.
Why an artist is making 650 figures from River Thames silt
World number one Rory McIlroy bids for a career Grand Slam as Tiger Woods makes his comeback in the Masters 2015 at Augusta.
Teenagers will be guaranteed face-to-face individual careers advice if Labour forms the next government, according to the party's education manifesto.
Australian firms swap bricks and mortar for four wheels
Better funding and more time with patients are needed to improve services, according to a survey of GPs by the British Medical Association.
Short people are at greater risk of developing heart problems, a study at the University of Leicester finds.