Watch five of the best shots from Roger Federer's straight sets victory over Japan's Kei Nishikori at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
First Bus appeals against a court ruling, won by a disabled man from West Yorkshire, that the firm's wheelchair policy is discriminatory.
The Indian state of Chhattisgarh orders an inquiry into the deaths of 11 women after botched sterilisation surgery at a state-run health camp.
A study shows that human brainwaves can wirelessly activate light-sensitive genes implanted in mice.
Former world champion Nigel Mansell says Lewis Hamilton has "one hand" on the World Championship going into the final race.
A remote controlled drone has captured close-up images of the Tower of London ceramic poppy installation.
Bulgaria's president unveils a statue to dissident playwright Georgi Markov, murdered in central London in what became known as the "umbrella killing".
One of Britain's best known trades union leaders has spoken about the operation and technology that has helped save his life.
Sixteen-year-olds could be given the vote in a referendum on whether to give Welsh ministers power to vary income tax.
The European Court of Justice backs curbs on unemployed migrants' access to certain benefits, setting a legal precedent for all EU member states.
The Mormon church admits for the first time that its founder, Joseph Smith, took multiple wives, with the number estimated to be up to 40.
Swiss world number two Roger Federer overcame Kei Nishikori 6-3 6-2 at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
MPs hear evidence on historic child abuse.
Commonwealth champion Zoe Smith withdraws from the weightlifting world championships in Kazakhstan because of a virus.
A verdict of negligence on three senior officers of a South Korean ferry that sank in April, killing over 300, angers many victims' relatives as too lenient.
Experts warn one in 10 sausages in England and Wales could lead to a hepatitis E virus infection (HEV) if they are not cooked properly.
The formal part of the Apec summit in Beijing has ended but the US and Chinese presidents have been holding private talks, as Martin Patience reports from Beijing.
Thousands of people attend a ceremony at the Menin Gate to mark the anniversary of the WW1 armistice.
Nigeria criticises the US for refusing to sell the government "lethal" weapons to fight militant Islamists as they seize another town.
The story of the people snatched from Syria's streets