Japanese carmaker Toyota reports a 10% increase in profit, helped by the weak yen and cost cuts.
One hundred extra security guards have been stationed at the Eurotunnel terminal, in the latest attempt to tackle the crisis at Calais.
The last surviving Dambusters pilot, Les Munro, has died in his native New Zealand at the age of 96, the country's Bomber Command Association says.
The No Doubt frontwoman is divorcing her husband of nearly 13 years citing "irreconcilable differences".
The mothers of two teenage girls who died in a car crash in South Yorkshire describe their daughters as "inseparable".
At least 11 people die after a building collapsed near India's western city of Mumbai, police say.
The last surviving World War Two Dambusters pilot has died at the age of 96.
Manchester United put in two £100m Bale bids, Chelsea target Tottenham's Rose, Sunderland near to double deal, plus more.
It probably isn't the first time a rainbow has landed in China but it is rare enough for thousands to upload photographs in an explosion of delight at the mere sight of one in smog-ridden Beijing.
The new coach of England on expectation, ambition and why she could upstage her famous siblings by winning a World Cup.
Police launch a murder investigation into the death of Jennifer Dornan whose body was found following a house fire at the weekend.
Claims of child abuse against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath and the jailing of former City trader Tom Hayes over the rigging of Libor are the focus for the front pages.
Puerto Rico confirms that it failed to make a debt payment at the weekend, in the latest sign of the economic crisis in the US territory.
A teenage boy is arrested after a 67-year-old man is stabbed in Cardiff.
A third of people in Scotland have given up on reading daily newspapers in the space of 15 years, figures suggest.
A charity says the number of people contacting it with debt problems has risen by almost 20% in one year.
A Sinn Féin minister calls for greater scrutiny of the relationship between MI5 agents and dissident republicans in Northern Ireland
Australian stunt biker Robbie Maddison has found a way to surf on his motorbike.
Two cranes employed to restore a bridge in the Dutch town of Alphen aan den Rijn collapse on to buildings.
Malaysia's anti-corruption body effectively clears PM Najib Razak of wrongdoing saying funds in his personal accounts were "donations", without saying who from or what for.