The Buddhist country of Bhutan has won plaudits for its approach to tackling climate change, says Matt McGrath.
Hundreds of migrants thought to be from Syria arrive German stations after being held for several hours at the Hungarian border.
The Royal Mint releases commemorative coins depicting the Queen through her reign to mark her becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history.
New Zealand unveils four finalists in the contest to design what could become the national flag, but it's fair to say not everyone has embraced them.
Test your knowledge of the high-pressure, high-farce world of transfer deadline day.
Cappuccino is a familiar but exotic word. How did the foamy coffee get its name?
Hints that border posts could reappear in the EU, a suggestion that cuts could reduce police numbers by 22,000, and a story about treats being bought on the NHS are among today's headlines.
President Obama pushes for a global deal on cutting carbon emissions, saying it is time "to protect the one planet we've got while we still can".
Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic win at US Open but men's fourth seed Kei Nishikori suffers surprise loss.
Another tranche of Hillary Clinton's emails are released as part of an investigation into her use of a home computer server while she was Secretary of State.
China's factory activity contracts at its fastest pace in three years in August, confirming fears that the country's growth is continuing to slow.
A woman was dragged from her car and raped in the car park of a John Lewis store, police say.
UK shoppers will now be able to spend up to £30 using contactless cards after the limit was increased from £20, amid a surge in people using them.
Recent attacks on Christians in Pakistan have captured headlines but there was a time when Christians were integral to national life in the country, says Shahzeb Jillani.
Hundreds of migrants reach Vienna after being held at the Hungarian border, as Austria introduces extra checks amid an unprecedented influx.
MSPs return to Holyrood for the start of the new 2015-16 parliamentary year. We look at what will be happening on the first day back and why this session is particularly important.
David De Gea's £29m move from Man Utd to Real Madrid collapses after it fails to beat the Spanish transfer deadline.
The fall and rise again of South Africa's unlikely pop star
Labour leadership candidate Yvette Cooper rejects claims her campaign is "boring".
The teenager who maps the Syrian war from his Amsterdam bedroom