Politicians on both sides of the independence debate are to consider the best way ahead for Scotland after voters backed remaining in the UK.
Dozens of Turkish hostages seized by militants in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in June are back in Turkey, says Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
The Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebels agree a memorandum on a peace plan for the conflict in the east of the country, at talks in Minsk.
Leading British Muslim scholars make a direct appeal to Islamic State militants to free Alan Henning, a UK hostage threatened with death.
A British couple are reported missing off the Mexican coast after Hurricane Odile hit the country last weekend.
A mother is charged with murdering her newborn baby girl whose body was found at a house in Knowle, Bristol.
Polls close in a tight New Zealand general election after what has been called the dirtiest campaigning in the nation's history.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says Iran has a role to play in the fight against Islamic State despite not being part of the US-led coalition.
The Duke of Cambridge is to celebrate Malta's 50th anniversary of independence on an official visit to the country, as a last-minute replacement for his pregnant wife.
The European Court for Human Rights will hear Italian ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi's appeal against a fraud conviction, his lawyer says.
Secret Service agents briefly evacuate part of the White House after an intruder was spotted running through the grounds.
The post-referendum newspapers focus on the political row over Scottish MPs voting on English matters - a row many say could "stall" further devolution.
Brutal Ballet performed a Games of Thrones inspired piece at TitanCon, a science fiction and fantasy convention in Belfast.
The developer behind the new Bitcoin tech on the fears it will hide criminal activity.
The Wallace Collection's Great Gallery, which contains paintings by masters including Rubens, Velazquez and Titian, has reopened after a £5m refurbishment.
Experts have said people can expect to see more spiders in their homes than usual this autumn.
A government immigration census in Cambodia has members of the ethnic Vietnamese community living on the Tonlé Sap river fearing for their future.
A JetBlue airlines A-320 flying over California has been forced to make an emergency landing when an engine problem caused smoke to enter the aircraft's cabin.
Muslim leaders in the UK have condemned the actions of Islamist extremists holding British hostages.
Some Westminster landmarks normally closed to the public, including Downing Street, will be open this weekend.
A rubber fetishist takes to the streets in a 'gimp suit' in an attempt to challenge stereotypes and raise money.
Artist Rose Wylie wins the John Moores Painting Prize, one of the UK's most prestigious art awards, at the age of 80.
Manchester City's Yaya Toure tells BBC's Football Focus he wants to win the Champions League for the club's fans.
Ten years after Brian Clough's death, close friend Pat Murphy shares his memories of one of football's greatest characters.
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon tells BBC Radio 5 live that the vacant posts at Cardiff City and Fulham interest him.
Sebastian Vettel believes Red Bull could upset the Mercedes title battle in this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
Uefa president Michel Platini insists he will not return a watch given to him by the Brazilian Football Confederation.
Alibaba's shares closed significantly above their initial price on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, a sign of the excitement surrounding the Chinese internet giant.
Shares in Alibaba, the Chinese online retailer, have begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband are at odds over plans for English MPs to be given power over England-only issues.