Hollywood star George Clooney marries human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin in Venice, in one of the most anticipated events of the showbusiness year.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says captain Wayne Rooney's red card against West Ham was the "right" decision.
Conservative MP for Braintree Brooks Newmark resigns as minister for civil society over allegations to be published in a Sunday newspaper.
If US captain Tom Watson can conjure a Ryder Cup comeback on Sunday, it would be his greatest golfing achievement, writes Tom Fordyce.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's equaliser earns Arsenal a point in an entertaining north London derby against Tottenham.
Mark Reckless becomes the second Tory MP to defect to UKIP, announcing his decision on the eve of the Conservative party conference.
The Orange Order has said a crude device has partially exploded outside an Orange hall in County Armagh.
Captain Paul McGinley puts out a strong top order for Sunday's singles as Europe seek four points to retain the Ryder Cup.
A landmine kills at least 22 people travelling in a vehicle some 60km north-east of the capital of Guinea-Bissau, police say.
The Cuban government says it will punish state employees who launched perfumes named after Ernesto Che Guevara and Hugo Chavez.
George Clooney's representative says the actor has married human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin in Venice, Italy.
Europe lead 10-6 heading into Sunday's Ryder Cup singles after a one-sided penultimate session at Gleneagles.
Japan's Mount Ontake volcano erupts killing at least one and trapping dozens of hikers on the mountain top.
The Bishop of Arundel and Brighton resigns with immediate effect saying he has been "unfaithful" to his promises as a Catholic priest.
Police officers carry out high visibility patrols one week after two firearms incidents in the south of Edinburgh.
BBC Sport picks the best shots from day two in the Ryder Cup including Ian Poulter's superb chip in from the fairway.
Four British men are charged with drugs offences after an operation in the Irish Sea and a north Wales harbour sees £100m cocaine haul seized.
One of India's most controversial politicians, Jayaram Jayalalitha, is jailed for four years after conviction in a long-running corruption case.
Strictly Come Dancing beat ITV's X Factor in their Friday night ratings battle, with the BBC One show pulling in 700,000 more viewers.
The president of the Spanish region of Catalonia signs a decree for a referendum on independence, in a move opposed by central government.