The UK's prime minister meets Iran's president for the first time since the country's revolution in 1979.
First Minister Carwyn Jones fears the break up of the UK within 10 years because of the UK Government's response to fall-out of the Scottish "No" vote.
The Labour leader admits leaving out a part of his conference speech about the deficit but insists he covered his plans for economy.
The authorities in Mexico say a body found in a burned out car in central Zacatecas state is that of federal lawmaker Gabriel Gomez Michel.
British conductor Christopher Hogwood dies aged 73 following an illness.
Japan's Air Self Defence Force has marked the 60th anniversary of its founding with a display using plane-shaped scooters.
A 91-year-old gives a passionate plea for the NHS as he recalls harsh times growing up and the death of his sister.
Phil Mickelson playfully suggests Europe's spirit might be affected by the court case involving Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell.
Why politicians are keen on delivering speeches without notes
Fire still rages in steely Tom Watson
Nato says it has observed a "significant" withdrawal of Russian troops from eastern Ukraine, but adds that some forces still remain there.
Readers' photos on the theme of "lighting"
The trial of a former British Airways pilot accused of 25 sex offences hears that he blindfolded a boy with a sock before assaulting him.
Great Britain's Sir Bradley Wiggins clinches his first road world title with a thrilling time trial victory at the World Championships in Spain.
Trinity Mirror admits for the first time that some of its journalists were involved in phone hacking as it agrees to pay compensation to four people.
India's top court scraps almost all coal mining permits awarded since 1993 in a corruption scandal which has cost the country tens of billions of dollars.
Blackberry launches a wide-screened smartphone whose innovative keyboard features push keys that can also recognise gesture controls.
The BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones takes a look at Blackberry's latest smartphone, which it calls Passport.
Why Indian mission costs less than a Hollywood movie
First Minister Peter Robinson denies he has any plans to stand down before the next Northern Ireland Assembly election.