Until today two words have been missing from the general election 2015 campaigning: foreign policy.
Prince Charles and Prince Harry, together with leaders from Turkey, Australia and New Zealand, commemorate the bloody, nine-month 1915 Gallipoli campaign, which began 100 years ago.
The worst earthquake to hit Nepal in 81 years leaves at least 1,500 people dead, killing dozens in India and causing an avalanche at Mount Everest.
This is something close to adoration, and this cannot be faked - as a seasoned correspondent you report what you see, and I have never seen this in a UK election. Never.
Sabeen Mahmud, one of Pakistan's most outspoken human rights campaigners, has been killed by armed men after giving a talk in Karachi.
Mobile phone footage captures the moment a stage collapses during a high school production in the United States.
Protests against rising rents making traditionally poorer areas too expensive for working-class residents are gathering steam - niche left-wing politics or something bigger?
Britain's biggest bank HSBC says it is considering moving its headquarters out of London. Why is this on the agenda and how many British jobs are at stake?
Azerbaijan hosts the first European Games in June. With Team GB sending 153 athletes, including Olympic gold medallists, could this be a new major sporting event - or a propaganda vehicle for Baku?
Above the village of Wattsville in the Sirhowy valley, we find another blackened, smouldering hillside, ignominiously stripped bare by yet another grass fire arson attack.
Well they've only gone and done it. A team of Chinese scientists have published research showing that they have used "gene editing" techniques to manipulate the DNA of a human embryo.
The IFS has scathing words for all the biggest parties as it accuses them of not being straight with voters over spending plans.
Business leaders should not fear Labour, former cabinet minister Lord Mandelson has told Channel 4 News.
President Obama apologises to the families of hostages Giovanni Lo Porto and Dr Warren Weinstein, saying he takes "full responsibility" for their deaths during a US counterterrorism operation.
There have been some stunning images of our planet from space so far this month, captured Nasa satellites, so I thought Iżd pull together the best ones and share them with you.
I write from Inverness on St George's Day at a time when Westminster, London and England have rarely seemed so distant and foreign to so many - and that cuts both ways.