News images from around the world: 15 September
Why did the fire at Manchester Dogs' Home on Friday capture the public's imagination and raise £1 million within 24 hours?
Foreign Office looking into reports that two British nationals have been found dead on Thai beach.
An exhibition of Henri Matisse's cut-out art is the most successful exhibition held to date at the Tate with more than 560,000 visitors.
Elmo and the Cookie Monster are two of Sesame Streets most famous muppets, now they have made the trip across the Atlantic for a new show, about to make it's debut on the Cbeebies channel.
BBC Inside Out meets the 83-year-old call centre worker from Sunderland who says he cannot afford to retire.
The prime suspect in the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, the former Russian agent killed in London now has his own TV programme in Russia
The newspapers focus on the aftermath of the killing of British aid worker David Haines by jihadists - and the threat to the life of another UK hostage.
The European Space Agency is about to announce the site on Comet 67P where the Rosetta mission will try to make a historic landing.
Retailer Phones 4U is going into administration putting 5,596 jobs at risk, as network provider EE joins Vodafone in not renewing its contract.
Shopper numbers in Northern Ireland during August were 4.2% higher than the same month a year ago.
A campaign to raise awareness of disability hate crime in Northern Ireland is launched.
The funeral of Ian Paisley, the former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister of Northern Ireland, takes place later.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced plans to take passports from Australians who may be planning to travel to fight with Islamic State.
A hurricane will hit the southern end of Mexico's Baja California peninsula in the coming hours, the United States National Hurricane Centre says.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond is to attend a summit to discuss plans to tackle Islamic State (IS) militants, following the killing of hostage David Haines.
A laddish culture on university campuses across the UK is being ignored by vice-chancellors, the NUS says.
Tulip Mazumdar visits a camel market in Saudi Arabia to see how people feel about Middle East Respiratory Virus being linked to the animals.
An inquest into the deaths of six Britons and a UK-based Colombian killed when militants seized an Algerian gas plant last year is set to begin.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is spending a week governing the country from a remote indigenous community in the Northern Territory.