Turkey in new Russia incursion protest
Turkey again summons the Russian ambassador after a second violation of its airspace by a Russian warplane operating in Syria in two days.
Hotel used by Yemen PM hit in Aden
A hotel in Aden housing Yemen's prime minister and his cabinet is hit by a rocket attack, residents say.
Boy, 11, held for killing girl of eight
An 11-year-old boy in the US state of Tennessee is held on suspicion of shooting dead an eight-year-old neighbour in a row over a puppy.
Oregon gunman 'left behind manifesto'
The man accused of killing nine people at a community college in Oregon had left behind a manifesto detailing his grievances, US media report.
China in cautious welcome of TPP
China cautiously welcomes a US-led wide-ranging Trans-Pacific free trade deal, that covers about 40% of the world economy.
Fifa fines HK over China anthem booing
The Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA) is fined HK$40,000 ($5,160; £3,400) by Fifa after its fans booed the Chinese national anthem during a match.
Facebook plans satellite ‘in 2016'
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says satellite will provide internet access to remote parts of Africa.
Rio 2016 budget reduced by 30%
Organisers of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games are making cutbacks of up to 30% to avoid going over budget, the BBC understands.
California enacts right-to-die law
California has joined four other US states that allow terminally ill patients to legally to end their lives with a doctor's supervision.
Libya parliament extends mandate
Libya's parliament votes to extend its term, in a move that could complicate talks with a rival assembly backed by different militias.
American Airlines pilot dies on flight
A pilot on an overnight flight from Phoenix to Boston had a medical emergency and later died, the airline has confirmed.
Mexican judge frees army suspects
A Mexican judge rules there is insufficient evidence to try four of seven soldiers charged with killing 22 suspects after they surrendered.
US politician admits to goat sacrifice
A Florida candidate for US Senate has come under criticism after it emerged that he once killed a goat and drank its blood.
New rat discovered in Indonesia
Scientists working in remote jungle on Sulawesi island, Indonesia, say they have discovered the previously undocumented "hog-nosed rat".
GCHQ 'can take control of smartphones'
Smartphone users can do "very little" to stop security services getting "total control" over their devices, US whistleblower Edward Snowden tells the BBC in his first British TV interview.
Clinton unveils new gun law plan
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wants to eliminate legal immunity for gun sellers, in the wake of the deadly Oregon school shooting.
Chile creates new marine reserves
Chile announces the creation of two new marine reserves off its coast which together will cover more than a million sq km.
Lost cargo ship sank off the Bahamas
The US Coast Guard says the cargo ship El Faro sank off the Bahamas after sailing into the path of Hurricane Joaquin, with 33 people still missing.
Pistorius 'must remain in jail'
Oscar Pistorius must remain in jail and not be transferred to house arrest after a decision to grant him parole was again delayed.
Botswana cheetah Legolas killed
A Botswana cheetah called Legolas that was taking part in a research project has been shot and killed, a conservation group says.
Afghans 'called in' clinic strike - US
Afghan forces called in the air strike that hit a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) clinic in Kunduz, killing 22 people, a US general says.
Ai Weiwei 'finds bugging devices'
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei posts a number of pictures of what he says are listening devices found in his Beijing studio.
Germany 'facing 1.5 million migrants'
Germany will have as many as 1.5 million asylum seekers this year - almost double the previous estimate, according to a leaked report.
Air France execs chased from jobs talks
Two Air France managers have their shirts torn, as angry workers force them to flee a meeting on job cuts and escape over a fence.
More than 60 killed in Iraq bombings
More than 60 people are killed and many injured in at least three car bomb attacks in north and south Iraq, police and medical sources say.
Palestinians killed in W Bank clashes
Two Palestinian youths, including a 13-year-old boy, are killed in clashes with Israeli forces, Palestinian medics say, amid a surge in violence.
May to warn of high immigration levels
High levels of immigration to the UK make building a cohesive society impossible, Home Secretary Theresa May is set to say.
UK end-of-life care 'best in world'
End-of-life care in the UK has been ranked as the best in the world with a study praising the quality and availability of services.
BP in $20bn settlement over oil spill
The US Justice Department has finalised a $20bn settlement with BP over the fatal Gulf of Mexico oil disaster in 2010.
Taiwan's troubled HTC in net loss
Taiwan's troubled smartphone maker HTC reports a net loss of £90.8m for the three months to September.
Markets largely positive in Asia
Markets in Asia were largely in positive territory on Tuesday following a strong finish on Wall Street.
Liverpool want Klopp in by Friday
Liverpool hope Jurgen Klopp will replace Brendan Rodgers by the end of this week as talks progress well.
Farrell defiant on England selection
England backs coach Andy Farrell denies wielding undue influence over the team's tactics and line-ups at the World Cup.
No mistake hiring Moyes - Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson tells a BBC documentary Man Utd's decision to hire David Moyes as his successor was not a mistake.
Clarkson's final Top Gear up for NTA
Jeremy Clarkson's final season on Top Gear has been nominated for a National TV Award and is up against last year's winner Gogglebox.
Wallander writer Henning Mankell dies
Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell, best known for novels featuring Inspector Kurt Wallander, dies aged 67.
Drama unfolds at Bradford station
Travellers at Bradford Interchange will witness drama unfolding when actors perform a new play around the building, including in the ladies' toilets.
VIDEO: IS threatens Irbil's ancient Citadel
The Citadel of Erbil in northern Iraq is under threat from Islamic State militants, who are threatening to drain the funds needed for its preservation.
VIDEO: Snowden: 'Smartphones can be taken over'
Smartphone users can do "very little" to stop security services getting "total control" over their devices, US whistleblower Edward Snowden has told BBC's Panorama.
VIDEO: California passes right-to-die bill
California is to be the fifth American state to allow terminally ill patients to end their lives, legally.
VIDEO: Germany 'expects 1.5m migrants'
There are reports that Germany could expect up to 1.5 million refugees and migrants this year, nearly double what the government officially estimates.
VIDEO: Balloons fill Albuquerque's skies
The 44th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is under way, with thousands of visitors expected.
VIDEO: Spike in NZ tourist car crashes
There has been a spike in car crashes in New Zealand involving tourist drivers.
VIDEO: US: Afghans requested Kunduz help
The US military has changed its account of an air strike which struck a hospital in Kunduz at the weekend.
VIDEO: The struggle for security in Balochistan
Pakistan says it is winning the battle against separatist insurgents in the restive province of Balochistan.
Bangkok bomb: Has the case been solved?
Has the case really been solved?
Uruguay's rugby team beefs up for Fiji match
Uruguay rugby team prepares for Fiji match
Will bankruptcy cost American Apparel its cool?
Will bankruptcy cost American Apparel its cool?
Fear and resentment in Balochistan
Fear, suspicion and subversive graffiti in Balochistan
Mexico: Migration through a lens
Heading north from southern Mexico to the United States
'Beef' lynching: Failure of India's political imagination?
Why 'beef' killing underscores failure of India's politics