Relatives demand justice after Alexander Mora, one of 43 Mexican students who went missing in Iguala on 26 September, is confirmed dead.
People in Los Angeles capture footage of a huge fire that engulfed an apartment block being constructed in the city.
Chancellor George Osborne says the spending cuts necessary to reduce the deficit are a "price that works for our country".
A body found in Prague is identified as that of a British man who went missing on a stag weekend in Prague, a family friend says.
Hit Disney animation Frozen is iTunes' best-selling movie of all time, as Ed Sheeran's X and Pharrell Williams' Happy are named the UK's biggest album and single of 2014.
Archbishop Justin Welby, says it is "shocking" to see thousands of people in a wealthy country reduced to seeking food handouts.
Angry protesters in California continue to rally against the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of white police.
Could new legislation halt non-physical domestic abuse?
President Hassan Rouhani speaks out against corruption in Iran and warns that it is "endangering" the country's Islamic Revolution.
Band Aid founder Bob Geldof defends his latest charity single, saying criticism helps raise the profile of the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.
Former world champion Jenson Button says he "just has to deal" with the uncertainty over whether he has a future at McLaren.
Will Gompertz considers whether the quality of an artist's work is made or marred by having used drugs in the past.
The best-known liberal TV channel in Russia is told to quit its rented studios in Moscow while another private channel faces closure.
A fir tree grown on Gower is being unveiled by the prime minister as one of 10 Downing Street's two official Christmas trees.
The family of Anni Dewani say the justice system has failed them and accused Shrien Dewani of living a "double life" and "not being honest".
Royal Mail says competitors in the bigger cities cherry picking its business could harm rural postal services.
Research by the Bank of England suggests interest rate rises will not wreck the economic recovery, though they will be acutely painful for hundreds of thousands of households.
Jon Kay reports on the background to the Shrien Dewani murder case, as a judge dismisses it due to lack of evidence.
Officials are investigating claims that a senior Korean Air executive delayed a flight after taking issue with the way she was served nuts.
A woman dies in a road accident in wintery conditions on the A76, five miles south of Mennock in Dumfries and Galloway.