A mixed group of stories in Sunday's papers, including Angela Merkel's defence of existing EU migration rules, and the doctors who can earn £3,000 per weekend.
Tunisia is voting in the first election to be held under its new constitution, which was passed this year following an uprising in 2011.
New guidelines for head teachers in England on the situations in which pupils can be given time off during term time have been drawn up.
Ukrainian voters are going to the polls to elect a new parliament, amid the continuing conflict with pro-Russian rebels in the east.
Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody is a good song for people to listen to if they feel unwell or down, a poll suggests.
A man has been detained by police after an incident in Edinburgh which led to part of the city centre being cordoned off.
A Second World War bunker used by the Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini is being opened to the public for the first time.
Uruguayans will elect a new president to replace outgoing Jose Mujica who is barred by the law from running for a second term.
Brazilians will choose between Dilma Rousseff and Aecio Neves in what correspondents say is the tightest presidential election for decades.
The ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) wins the general elections for the world's largest diamond producer with 33 of the 57 seats.
Detailed plans to kidnap a prison officer in a bid to escape from prison on the Isle of Wight were found in the cell of a Muslim inmate, the BBC has learned.
A US nurse quarantined for Ebola after working in Sierra Leone criticises her treatment, as the US's UN envoy starts a visit to West Africa.
A look at some of the Georgian pieces in the Royal Family's costume store.
BBC Inside Out looks at the experiences of Muslim soldiers fighting for Britain in Afghanistan against an enemy of the same faith.
Americans debate skin colour, and other trends of the week
Voice of the campaign to save Madagascar's forests
French soldier's bedroom untouched for 100 years
The bedroom of a First World War soldier, killed on the battlefield almost a century ago, has been kept virtually untouched by successive owners of the house up to the present day.
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Ed Miliband is to blame for Johann Lamont quitting as leader of the Scottish Labour Party, Alex Salmond has claimed.