Park Geun-hye promises a tough stance on national security and an era of economic revival as she is sworn in as South Korea’s president.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg denies claims of a cover up over the alleged inappropriate behaviour of the party’s former chief executive, Lord Rennard.
The Australian boatman at India’s festival
John Kerry is to meet Prime Minister David Cameron and Foreign Secretary William Hague, on his first foreign tour as US secretary of state.
The body that represents the mobile industry predicts operators will make more money from data than from voice by 2018.
European Union agriculture ministers are to meet in Brussels, with the continent’s growing horsemeat scandal high on the agenda.
For the first time, documentary makers film vampire bats are filmed preying on Humboldt penguin chicks.
The elections for police and crime commissioners “failed both candidates and voters alike”, the Electoral Reform Society says.