News images from around the world: 23 September
The hashtag that won't go away
Why does government do less for North East than Scotland?
Nicola Sturgeon announces her plan to run for the leadership of the Scottish National Party, and to become Scotland's First Minister.
Three Venezuelan men are sentenced to more than 20 years in jail for the murder of beauty queen Monica Spear and her British partner in January.
Information from "citizen scientists" is becoming more and more vital for some research projects, scientists say.
Jihadist says strikes will boost support for IS in Jordan
Ed Miliband explains how he forgot elements of his speech at the Labour party conference in Manchester.
Urban kingfishers living in London's network of waterways
Abu Qatada arrived in the UK from Jordan seeking asylum in 1993, and 20 years later, was deported to stand trial on terror charges.
The head of a large UK haulage firm has said the number of illegal immigrants trying to enter the UK is the worst he's ever seen.
The latest statistics on the performance of the Welsh ambulance service will be published later but it's understood it could be Christmas before some improvements are made.
India successfully puts its first satellite in orbit around Mars, after Mangalyaan's 10-month mission from Earth.
Jadavpur University students angry at sexual assault
The Tube will run a 24-hour service at weekends from next September, it is announced.
The two new Democratic Unionist Party Stormont ministers are due to start work in their new departments later on Wednesday.
Two of the first ever books to be printed in Scotland have been bought from private ownership by the National Library of Scotland.
The prospect of Britain joining air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq makes front pages, as does Dave Lee Travis's indecent assault conviction.
Support for Welsh independence falls to its lowest recorded level in the wake of the Scottish referendum, according to a new poll for BBC Wales.
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.