As famine in Africa leads aid agencies to warn of potential starvation for 20 million people, three Courier Country humanitarian aid workers, with different experiences in Greece, Turkey and Sarajevo, tell Michael Alexander about life on the front lines.
The Islamic State terror group has claimed that the Westminster attacker was one of its "soldiers".
A knifeman brought terror to the heart of Westminster, mowing down pedestrians then stabbing a policeman before he was shot by armed officers.
Police in London have issued a statement confirming what they know so far of the apparent terror attack near the Houses of Parliament. Commander BJ Harrington, speaking outside New Scotland Yard, said:
Five people are now confirmed to have died following a terror attack near the Houses of Parliament.
Driverless cars could cause crashes because motorists may be encouraged to read, check emails or watch a film at the wheel, peers have warned.
Nicola Sturgeon is poised to win Holyrood’s consent to take her independence referendum demand to Downing Street after the Scottish Greens confirmed their support.
Michael Alexander meets former NASA astronaut Brian Duffy who is helping to build the next generation of spacecraft - and encouraging more Scottish youngsters to pursue a career in science and technology.
Malta's Azure Window, one of the world's most famous natural landmarks, has collapsed into the sea.
Despite largely positive reviews from fans, the return of Top Gear failed to impress in the ratings as it was seen by nearly two million fewer viewers than its series debut last year.