Two men die after a helicopter crashes off the coast of Flamborough in East Yorkshire.
Atlantic City's long hot streak comes to an end
Fergus Walsh reports from Malawi on how the country has worked to reduce infant mortality.
Two-time Open champion Greg Norman says he had a premonition about the chainsaw accident in which he nearly lost his left hand.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls narrowly wins a crucial confidence vote in parliament, despite a recent cabinet revolt over austerity measures.
South Sudan government issues an order to non-governmental organisations and private firms to fire foreign workers by mid-October amid an aid crisis.
US ground forces could be deployed against Islamic State militants if the current strategy fails, a top US general says.
Russia needs to boost forces in Crimea because of the Ukraine crisis and a foreign military build-up, Russia's defence minister says.
Cheaper food and fuel prices helped to push down the UK consumer price inflation rate to 1.5% in August, official figures show.
Panasonic unveils a hybrid smartphone-camera, at the Photokina trade show in Cologne.
Armed robbers steal the archbishop of Rio de Janeiro's crucifix, even though one of the gang recognised him and apologised.
Nigerian police in Abuja are seeking an IT worker alleging he helped to steal £25m from the bank where he worked.
There are grave predictions of a shortage of olive oil. But once the UK didn't consume much at all.
Turkey is developing plans for a buffer zone on its border with Iraq and Syria against Islamic State militants, leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.
Police investigating the deaths of two Britons in Thailand say they are focussing on the Burmese migrant community, reports Jonathan Head on Koh Tao.
Actor Steve McFadden has accepted "substantial damages" from the News of the World's publishers and the Metropolitan Police, a judge is told.
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An innovative vaccine delivery method called the Nanopatch is being evaluated by the World Health Organisation in the hope it can be used to help eradicate polio.
Andrew Neil on the campaign with Yes Scotland in Hamilton, a traditional Labour seat visited by Nicola Sturgeon.
Head teachers say that carrying out Ofsted inspections without warning is like treating school staff as "naughty children".