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- Jihadist fight 'may take years' - US
- The fight against Islamic State may take years, a US military spokesman tells the BBC, as more than 50 countries are said to have joined a US-led coalition.
- China and US pledge climate action
- China and the US agree they must lead the rest of the world in reducing emissions to combat climate change, as a major UN summit closes in New York.
- India Mars mission arrives in orbit
- India becomes the fourth nation to put a satellite into orbit around Mars, as Mangalyaan arrives to study the Red Planet's atmosphere.
- PM: Queen purred over Scotland vote
- The Queen "purred" when David Cameron told her about Scotland's rejection of independence referendum, he apparently reveals.
- Vatican arrests ex-envoy over abuse
- The Vatican places its former ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Jozef Wesolowski, under house arrest on charges of sexually abusing children.
- Shot Australian 'was terror suspect'
- A teenager shot dead after he stabbed two police officers was a "known terror suspect" whose passport had been cancelled, Australian officials say
- Ebola death rates 70% - WHO study
- New figures suggest 70% of those infected in West Africa have died, higher than previously reported.
- Brazil refuses deforestation pact
- Brazil refuses to sign up to a pact setting a deadline for ending deforestation entirely by 2030, saying the deal could clash with its laws.
- Yemen rebel chief hails 'revolution'
- The leader of Yemen's Shia Houthi rebels describes his supporters' takeover of key parts of the capital, Sanaa, as a "successful revolution".
- Second fence erected at White House
- The Secret Service erects a second fence in front of the White House, days after an intruder scaled the main fence and entered the mansion.
- Bin Laden son-in-law jailed for life
- Osama Bin Laden's son-in-law, who was an al-Qaeda spokesman, is sentenced to life in prison for terrorism-related charges in New York.
- White tiger kills man at Delhi zoo
- A white tiger attacks and kills a man who was in its enclosure at a zoo in the Indian capital Delhi.
- VIDEO: The significance of strikes on IS
- The BBC's Bridget Kendall reports on the significance of the US and Arab nations joining forces to carry out air strikes on Islamic State (IS) targets in Syria.
- VIDEO: 'Top swap' scheme launched in Moscow
- Steve Rosenberg reports on how Muscovites can swap their tops for more pro-Russian t-shirts.
- VIDEO: Woolly mammoth skeleton up for auction
- A rare skeleton of a woolly mammoth is set to be sold at auction in the UK in November with a guide price of £150,000 to £250,000
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO: WW1 bus retraces Ypres battle routes
- A London bus used in the Allied war effort of 1914 is retracing its route in Belgium.
- VIDEO: Paralysed father 'walks' at wedding
- A wheelchair user was able to stand up to deliver his speech at his daughter's wedding celebration thanks to a special robotic suit.
- AUDIO: Pink Floyd unveil new album cover
- As the artwork for the new Pink Floyd album is unveiled, the band's creative director Aubrey Po speaks to BBC 6 Music about finding the right cover.
- VIDEO: Many Islamabad state schools closed
- Weeks after the start of term, many state schools in the capital, Islamabad, are still closed, after being taken over by police drafted in to deal with ongoing political protests.
- Seattle to fine for wasted food
- The Seattle city council votes to fine businesses and residents that waste too much food, in an effort to boost composting and recycling.
- Cape Town shuts pro-gay mosque
- A gay-friendly mosque opened in Cape Town last week is closed because it does not have any parking spaces, a South African official tells the BBC.
- Starbucks in Japanese partner buyout
- US coffee chain Starbucks plans to buy the remaining 60.5% stake of its Japanese unit in a $914m deal.
- RBS cuts price in Citizens sale
- Royal Bank of Scotland cuts the price of shares in the sale of a stake in US bank, Citizens Financial Group.
- Google warned over anti-trust fine
- EU competition commissioner says that "the next logical step" in Google anti-trust case is a fine.
- Museum reunites Colossus veterans
- The largest gathering of veterans who operated the Colossus code-cracking computer in World War II has been held at Bletchley Park.
- Singer to direct new X-Men outing
- Film-maker Bryan Singer is to direct X-Men: Apocalypse, the next movie in the long-running blockbuster franchise.
- Four Mobo nominations for Sam Smith
- Sam Smith and Krept & Konan lead the way with four nominations each for this year's Mobo Awards.
- Liberia in 'trees for cash' deal
- Liberia is to become the first nation in Africa to completely stop cutting down its trees in return for development aid.
- Farming 'vital for global growth'
- Scientific agricultural advances can help "climate-proof" farming systems around the globe, especially in developing nations, a conference will hear.
- Spain scraps tighter abortion law
- Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy drops plans to limit abortion to cases of rape or where the mother's health is at serious risk.
- Go TV-free to fight fat, says NICE
- Adults and children should consider having TV-free days or limiting viewing to two hours a day under new proposals to tackle obesity.
- Liverpool 2-2 Middlesbrough
- Liverpool beat Middlesbrough 14-13 in a record-equalling penalty shootout to progress to the fourth round of the Capital One Cup.
- McIlroy has outgrown me - McDowell
- Graeme McDowell admits Rory McIlroy's four majors and world number one status may mean the end for their Ryder Cup partnership.
- How lasers revealed a lost city in the jungle
- Deep in the Cambodian jungle lie the remains of a vast medieval city - new archaeological techniques are now revealing its secrets.
- Why is the Birmingham accent so difficult to mimic?
- Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight says Birmingham's accent is "very difficult to get right". Why?
- Nigeria MPs fury at 'cash arms deal'
- About 50 Nigerian MPs storm out of parliament after a motion to discuss an alleged $9.3m cash arms deal in South Africa was blocked.
- US condemns China scholar sentence
- US Secretary of State John Kerry says he is "deeply disturbed" after China jailed well-known Uighur academic Ilham Tohti for life.
- Turkey hints at Iraq hostage swap
- Turkey's President Erdogan does not deny reports that 49 hostages, mostly Turks, were freed by Islamic State (IS) as part of a prisoner swap.
- Row over Galapagos tortoise's body
- A dispute has broken out between Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands over where the preserved body of a Galapagos giant tortoise should be housed.
- IS 'not America's fight alone'
- President Obama hails the support of Arab nations in air strikes which reportedly killed dozens of Islamic State and jihadist militants in Syria.
- Charge in US teen disappearance
- A Virginia man sought for questioning in connection with the disappearance of British-born student Hannah Graham is charged with abduction.
- No 'opt out' of IS fight - Cameron
- The fight against Islamic State (IS) militants is one "you cannot opt out of", David Cameron says during a visit to the US.
- Labour to set out plan to 'save' NHS
- Labour is to give more details of its plan for the NHS, after Ed Miliband's party conference pledge to "save and transform" it.
- Hostage family receives plea for life
- The family of British hostage Alan Henning receives an audio file of him "pleading for his life".
- Unions set for three days of strikes
- The PCS union confirms a strike for 15 October which could be the third consecutive day of strikes by major public sector unions over pay.
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- Demanding justice for Irish abused by nuns
- Demanding justice for women and children abused by Irish nuns
- VIDEO: Capturing great artists in their element
- Exhibit shows photos of legendary painters and sculptors at work
- Yazidi anger at forgotten crisis
- Iraq's Yazidis still want help
- Ebola drains weak health systems
- Ebola pushes West Africa's weak health systems over the edge
- Day out at the gallows and other Victorian photographic oddities
- Forgotten snaps show clowning around and day trips to gallows
- VIDEO: Singapore's love of birdsinging
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