A deaf girl from Pakistan kept as a slave for nine years by a millionaire couple from Salford is to receive £100,000 in compensation.
The Pentagon withheld details of incidents where soldiers were wounded by abandoned chemical weapons in Iraq in 2004-11, a US newspaper says.
Gunfire and air strikes rock Libya's second city, Benghazi, amid an offensive to drive out Islamist militias.
A charity that received donations to pay for treatment for five-year-old brain tumour patient Ashya King says it will not give money to the boy's family.
The BBC's Alastair Leithead visited the National Biocontainment Training Centre in Galveston, Texas to try on a bio-hazard suit and see just how hard it is to guarantee the safety of Ebola doctors and nurses.
First Minister Carwyn Jones calls for a new funding system for Welsh public services to replace a "Blu Tack and cardboard" formula devised in the 1970s.
The new wife of Hollywood star George Clooney, lawyer Amal Clooney, has had talks with Greek PM Antonis Samaras as part of a campaign to return the Parthenon sculptures from Britain.
Schools should not shy away from promoting "fundamental British values" to their pupils, says Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.
Shia Houthi rebels and al-Qaeda militants engage in heavy fighting in southern Yemen, as the rebels seek to expand the territory under their control.
Three members of a Dutch motorcycle club with military backgrounds have gone to Iraq to help Kurds fighting Islamic State, a fellow biker confirms.
Google announces that Android Lollipop, the next version of its mobile operating system, will be released on Friday.
Sports minister Helen Grant tells the BBC that football clubs must not take fans for granted by charging high ticket prices.
U2 frontman Bono has said sorry after their latest album was automatically added to the libraries of all iTunes users around the world
Liberal Democrat MP and former minister Jeremy Browne announces he will stand down at the next general election.
24 hours of news images: 15 October
What the seemingly contradictory unemployment data tells us
UK unemployment fell by 154,000 in the three months to the end of August to 1.97 million, the first time it has been below two million since 2008.
An American Airlines flight heading from San Francisco to Dallas made an emergency landing after the cabin's wall panels cracked loose.
Scientists say they have treated a man for internet addiction disorder, allegedly brought on by over use of Google Glass - Rory Cellan-Jones gives his reaction.
A welfare minister says a small group of people are "not worth the full wage" and could be paid £2 an hour.