Foreign Secretary William defends the cost of Margaret Thatcher's funeral as it emerges that MPs attending today's tributes to Britain's first woman prime minister will be able to claim expenses.
Combating the use of rape and sexual violence in conflict will be on the agenda today when foreign ministers from the G8 group of wealthy countries meet in London for a two-day summit.
Visiting Congo with film star Angelina Jolie, UK Foreign Secretary William Hague goes to Kinshasa to lobby President Kabila to back their campaign against warzone rape.
Cathy Newman writes from the DR Congo after meeting the doctors who treat the "battered and bleeding" victims of warzone rape.
Foreign Secretary William Hague and film star turned UN envoy Angelina Jolie have jointly launched a campaign to end warzone rape but, as Cathy Newman writes, there are many obstacles in the way.
The new American Secretary of State, John Kerry, urges the Syrian opposition to attend an international meeting, promising the US is not planning "simply to talk", but is "confident" of results.
Ahead of a crunch vote on same-sex marriage, David Cameron makes a last-minute televised statement in the hope of convincing Conservative MPs to back his plans.
The Algerian hostage crisis will remain the government's "top priority" until every British national at the BP gas plant is accounted for, vows Foreign Secretary William Hague.
An Algerian government spokesman confirms hostages have died in a military operation in the Sahara desert as David Cameron warns of 'further bad news' for the UK.
Exclusive: The British government is sending a team of experts to the Syrian region to gather evidence on warzone rape - a move backed by UN special envoy and actress Angelina Jolie.