Most papers focus on the prime minister's warnings that the threat from terrorists is currently than at any point in history.
Rescue workers in Nicaragua are trying to reach at least 24 workers trapped by a cave-in at a gold mine in the north of the country.
George Galloway has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken jaw after he was attacked on a London street, his spokesman says.
The International Monetary Fund expresses confidence in its leader Christine Lagarde, despite her being formally investigated for negligence in France.
Nato has accused Russia of blatantly violating Ukraine's sovereignty by sending troops and weapons over the border.
A former US navy sailor who led a spy ring for the Soviet Union has died in a prison medical centre at the age of 77.
Two women are taken to hospital after driver loses control of his car and crashes into a bus stop in Glasgow.
The discovery of new unpublished chapters reveals author Roald Dahl planned to include more children in his classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but dropped them from the final version.
In a camp for Yazidi refugees, near what was the Iraqi-Syrian border, the father who had to abandon his disabled child has learned that his son has died.
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is to join AC Milan on a two-year loan deal, subject to agreeing personal terms.
Ten people are jailed after attempting to smuggle millions of pounds worth of cocaine in crates of bananas and pineapples.
Alex Hales says captain Alastair Cook is the "right guy at the top of the order" ahead of the third ODI against India.
Watch as Michael Eilberg and Half Moon Delphi impress the crowd at the World Equestrian Games with a freestyle dressage routine sound tracked by Shakira.
A 23-year-old man has died in hospital after he was involved in a car crash in Enniskillen in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A cyclist hopes to become the first British man to complete a gruelling mountain bike race over the Himalayas.
A five-year-old boy who wrote a fan letter to Commonwealth swimming champion Ross Murdoch gets to race his hero in the pool - and beats him.
Sri Lanka is to rebuild the replica bridge destroyed in an iconic scene from the film Bridge on the River Kwai, as part of a tourism drive.
The Ukraine crisis is "slipping out of control", Germany's foreign minister warns as EU leaders prepare to discuss new sanctions against Russia.
Analyst Simon Hughes explains the art of 'death' bowling in one day international cricket and how England must master the skill.
BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner assesses the terror threat to the UK and why it has been changed to severe.