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Crimea holds secession referendum
Crimea votes on whether to rejoin Russia or stay with Ukraine in a referendum condemned as "illegal" by Kiev but backed by Moscow.
Pollution prompts Paris car ban
Alternate driving days are to be introduced in Paris on Monday, after pollution in the French capital exceeded safe levels for five days running.
MPs claim Yes would damage education
A Westminster committee says independence would have a damaging effect on higher education and research in Scotland.
Scots Tories: End free prescriptions
Scottish Conservative Party leader Ruth Davidson would scrap free prescriptions in order to fund 1,000 extra nurses and midwives in the NHS.
Missing jet 'deliberately diverted'
A satellite tracked Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 for some seven hours after its systems were deliberately disabled, PM Najib Razak says.
UK winner claims £108m lottery prize
A UK ticket-holder comes forward to claim the £107.9m Euromillions jackpot - the UK's fourth biggest win ever, lottery operator Camelot says.
Woman sought over missing daughter
A mother who took her one-year-old daughter from a foster family is being sought by police, who are concerned about the pair's safety.
Slovak election goes to second round
Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico and independent challenger, Andrej Kiska, go forward to the second round in presidential elections.
Jet theories and Nicole 'to wed' - front pages
Fresh theories about the missing Malaysia Airlines plane feature on the front pages, while there is news of coalition plans for the EU and HS2 and claims Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger are engaged.
US 'disturbed' by China rights death
The death of Chinese activist Cao Shunli in hospital detention prompts protests from the US and human rights groups.
Venezuela bid for US 'peace meeting'
Venezuela's President Maduro urges the US to discuss "peace and sovereignty" with Union of South American Nations (Unasur) mediation.
'No-one needs £1m a year' - Cable
Business Secretary Vince Cable says he does not understand why people need to earn £1m per year, in an interview with a national newspaper.
Helicopter's flight recorder found
The flight voice recorder of the crashed helicopter that killed four people in Norfolk, including Northern Ireland peer Lord Ballyedmond, is recovered for analysis.
Missing Malaysia plane
How do you track a plane?
As the mystery surrounding a missing Malaysian airliner deepens, we look at the methods used for tracking aircraft.
What we know about flight MH370
Mystery shrouds the fate of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which has disappeared with 239 passengers and crew en route to Beijing.
10 mysterious aviation disasters
The disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight is baffling, but it is not the first plane to vanish without trace.
Features & Analysis
Five things you didn't know about ear wax
How spies lost, but maybe also won, a fight over email encryption
No star treatment
Scarlett Johansson and her Scottish filming adventure
Strippers, chicken wings and a night of debauchery
The road to recovery
Just how far along it are we, six years on from the financial crisis?
The strange time warp of the 1970s
What John Lennon never said about Ringo and more nuggets
Move over, St Patrick
US town toasts fake patron saint who 'banished grasshoppers'
The best readers' images on the theme of 'delicate'