Iran misses deadline to answer questions about its nuclear programme, UN watchdog says in confidential report.
The charity which employs a British aid worker who is being held hostage in Syria has called for him to be released.
Nico Rosberg tops second practice at the Italian Grand Prix as team-mate Lewis Hamilton takes second despite reliability problems.
Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court ask for the case against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to be adjourned indefinitely.
England striker Daniel Sturridge is sent for a scan after he was injured in training on Friday.
Lib Dem MPs join forces with Labour to ensure plans to relax controversial housing benefit cuts pass their first Commons hurdle.
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Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks and musician Sting are among the figures to be awarded this year's Kennedy Center honours.
How siege mentality colours Putin's view of West
The Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebels meeting in Minsk sign a protocol to start a ceasefire, reports say
The US economy added 142,000 jobs in August, latest figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveal, missing expectations.
Why angry Kashmir young will not heed al-Qaeda's call to arms
Photo-sharing firm Twitpic is to close over a trademark dispute with one of its earliest collaborators, Twitter.
The UK is ready to contribute 1,000 personnel to a new multi-national rapid reaction force, David Cameron has told the Nato summit in Newport.
Famous faces remember comedian and TV host Joan Rivers, who has died in New York at the age of 81.
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Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has approved contacts with US military officials to help defeat Islamic State militants, the BBC learns.