The Chinese president's state visit to Pakistan has been postponed due to ongoing anti-government protests in Islamabad, Pakistani officials say.
A groin strain may prevent Russell Martin taking part in Scotland's opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany.
Research led by experts at Harvard University shows technology can be used to send a simple mental message from one person to another without any contact between the two.
Inmates in Holloway Prison are being given a helping hand by tutors from the London College of Fashion to learn about the fashion industry.
Five men who used explosive gas to blow up cash machines at banks, post offices and supermarkets, stealing an estimated £800,000, have been jailed.
More than 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy rain across large swathes of India and Pakistan, reports say.
Sierra Leone - one of the countries worst hit by Ebola - is to confine people to their homes for four days in an effort to contain the deadly virus.
An agreement by some Nato countries, led by the US, to tackle the Islamic State organisation leads some papers, while others focus on a Lib Dem Commons rebellion.
Alastair Cook has been given no assurances about his future as England one-day captain - but wants to continue in the role.
A private plane tailed by US fighter jets when it failed to respond to air traffic control, crashes off Jamaica, with an American couple on board.
A truce agreed between Ukraine's government and rebels in the east appears to be holding, as President Poroshenko calls for full peace talks.
US President Barack Obama visits Stonehenge on his return home from the Nato summit in Newport.
El Salvador ex-President Francisco Flores hands himself in to a judge after months on the run from allegations of corruption.
The parents of the 20-year-old woman from Glasgow who married an Islamic State (IS) fighter broadcast an appeal to her to come home.
Wildlife groups condemn plans to build 5,000 homes on what they say is a key habitat for the UK's nightingale population.
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A US judge approves a $41m (£25m) settlement between New York City and five men wrongfully convicted of the rape of a woman jogger in 1989.
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The Australian parents of a deaf baby boy have described the "overwhelming" moment their son heard their voices for the first time.
A man spends six months building a pirate ship in the back garden of his house.