The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 2 hours 8 min ago
A man and woman are assaulted and tied up by an armed gang in their home in east Belfast.
A Labour Party plan to increase the level of the minimum wage by pegging it to average earnings, and pictures aplenty from the TV Bafta red carpet, are in Monday's newspapers.
The Liberal Democrats will "act as the guarantors" of more powers for Holyrood if Scotland rejects independence, according to their leader Nick Clegg.
An armed militia group in eastern Ukraine has given the BBC exclusive access to its training camp.
A first division football club in Bolivia has signed President Evo Morales to play as midfielder.
Ahead of Russian President Vladimir Putin's trip to China, Steve Rosenberg assesses just how dependent Russia is on sales of oil and gas.
Backstage at TV's big awards night
The Libyan government insists that it is in control of the country despite a series of heavy attacks and clashes over the weekend.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrive in Canada for the start of a four-day royal tour, including engagements across three provinces.
Convicted rogue trader Jerome Kerviel crosses into France from Italy to face a three-year prison term for forgery and breach of trust.
Serbian Grand Slam tennis champion, Novak Djokovic tells the BBC it has been ''a very emotional week'' seeing the suffering of those affected by floods in Serbia.
Three-time F1 world champion Sir Jack Brabham - who won the title in a car he built himself - has died aged 88 in Australia.
The food industry should be regulated by governments like the tobacco industry, say campaigners.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council urges patients to have their say as it drafts a new version of its code for nurses and midwives.
A boost to growth or threat to sovereignty?
The BBC's Sameer Hashmi takes a look at what economic challenges Indian Prime Minister elect Narendra Modi may face.
Sending satellites into orbit for £200
US telecommunications firm AT&T agrees to buy satellite television provider DirecTV in a cash and shares deal.
Putting names on local election ballot papers in alphabetical order creates a strange statistical anomaly, writes Anthony Reuben.
What is life like for a nurse on the front line?