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- Ukraine rebels to get self-rule
- Ukrainian MPs adopt a law granting special status to rebel-controlled regions in the east and an amnesty for rebel fighters.
- First US strike under new IS plan
- The US has carried out an air strike in support of Iraqi troops under attack by Islamic State, the military says, the first under an expanded mission.
- Campaigns seize on Scotland pledge
- The pro-independence camp in Scotland calls a devolution pledge by the main UK parties an "insult" while pro-union campaigners hail it as a "vision".
- Deadly shooting at Copenhagen court
- One person has been shot dead and another wounded at a court building in Copenhagen, Danish police say.
- Thai woman in crocodile pit suicide
- A 65-year-old woman from Bangkok has killed herself by jumping into a pit of crocodiles at a reptile farm, police say.
- Obama 'to pledge troops for Ebola'
- President Obama is to announce plans to send 3,000 troops to Liberia to help fight the Ebola virus, US officials say.
- Police to probe actress handcuffing
- Police in Los Angeles are conducting an internal investigation over accusations officers violated a US actress's rights by handcuffing and detaining her.
- Climate change remedies 'affordable'
- A global commission says the extra costs of tackling climate change will be 'modest', but doing nothing could put the world economy at risk.
- Nato troops killed in Kabul bombing
- A Taliban suicide car bomber attacks a foreign military convoy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing three Nato soldiers and injuring at least 16 civilians.
- Radisson halts Vikings sponsorship
- Hotel chain Radisson suspends its sponsorship of NFL team Minnesota Vikings after one of their players was charged with child abuse.
- Six police killed in Egypt bombing
- Six Egyptian policemen have been killed by a roadside bomb in the Sinai peninsula, the interior ministry says.
- French PM faces confidence vote
- Prime Minister Manuel Valls will try to persuade France's National Assembly to back his deeply unpopular government, in a key vote of confidence.
- VIDEO: Ivory Coast's homegrown tablet
- How an Ivory Coast company developed a tablet computer which is being introduced in the country's schools.
- VIDEO: Why are London pavements exploding?
- Two van drivers had a lucky escape after a pavement explosion in central London which was caught on CCTV.
- VIDEO: Dr Edhi: A life helping Pakistan's poor
- Sixty years ago, Abdul Sattar Edhi gave up everything to start a charitable organisation, dedicated to improving the lives of the poor in Pakistan.
- VIDEO: One-minute World News
- Watch the latest news summary from BBC World News. International news updated 24 hours a day.
- VIDEO: 'Audacious' comet landing site chosen
- Europe's Rosetta mission team, which aims to touch down on a 4km-wide comet later this year, identifies what they think is the safest place to land a small robot craft.
- VIDEO: Indian launch for Android One phone
- Google launches the first Android One branded smartphones in India.
- VIDEO: Smart mirror offers wrinkle advice
- From mirrors that give advice to wireless kitchen appliances - the devices that could be in the house of the future.
- VIDEO: Prince Harry marks 30th birthday
- Prince Harry has a two-fold celebration on Monday - his 30th birthday, and the success of the Invictus Games for wounded servicemen and women, which have ended in London.
- Goldfish has brain operation
- An Australian goldfish called George is recovering from successful microsurgery in which a large tumour was removed from his brain.
- Seven truly shocking sports strips
- Newsbeat takes a look at some of the worst kits worn by teams through the years after the Colombian cycling team caused quite a stir with their latest strip.
- Russian rouble falls to new low
- The Russian rouble falls to a new all-time low against the US dollar amid concerns about the effect of sanctions on the country's economy.
- Alibaba raises price of share sale
- Chinese online giant Alibaba increases the price range of its initial public offering, meaning it could raise more than $25bn when it lists in New York.
- Microsoft buys Minecraft for $2.5bn
- Mojang, the Swedish firm behind the popular video game Minecraft, is bought by Microsoft for $2.5bn (£1.5bn).
- Apple releases U2 album removal tool
- Apple releases a tool to remove U2's new album from its customers' iTunes accounts in response to complaints six days after giving away the music for free.
- Clooney to receive honorary Globe
- US actor, director and producer George Clooney is to receive an honorary award at next year's Golden Globes.
- Cat Stevens to play US concerts
- Cat Stevens - also known as Yusuf Islam - is to perform a series of dates in the US for the first time since 1976.
- Red card for 'greenest' government
- The government is failing to reduce air pollution, protect biodiversity and prevent flooding, a cross-party body of MPs says.
- US gas leaks not caused by fracking
- A new study suggests that the contamination of drinking water by shale gas is due to faulty wells and not hydraulic fracturing.
- Call for further cut in sugar intake
- The target to reduce sugar consumption should be much more ambitious, health experts say.
- Brains may 'resist Alzheimer's'
- A small study suggests some people's brains may have the ability to resist early Alzheimer's damage.
- Gerrard 'craves' Champions League
- Steven Gerrard has been "almost jealous" after watching rivals in the Champions League during Liverpool's five-year absence.
- Hamilton & Rosberg 'like enemies'
- Mercedes boss Toto Wolff reveals to Andrew Benson the extent of the rivalry between team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
- The photographer who rejected racism
- Hugh Mangum, a photographer from North Carolina, defied racial segregation in the early 1900s and opened up his studio to people from all walks of life
- The memory of hell among the sunflowers
- When Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed in Ukraine, rescue workers, local residents and journalists rushed to the site - what they saw had a deep and lasting impact.
- Death sentence for Nigeria mutineers
- Twelve Nigerian soldiers are sentenced to death for mutiny after shots were fired at their commanding officer in the city of Maiduguri in May.
- 'Number of suspects' in Thai deaths
- Police investigating the deaths of two Britons in Thailand say they are looking for a number of suspects - but rule out other British tourists.
- Migrant boat sinking 'kills 500'
- About 500 migrants drowned after their ship was rammed by another boat near Malta last week, the International Organization for Migration says.
- Hurricane Odile stuns Mexico resorts
- Hurricane Odile causes devastation in the beach resorts of Mexico's Baja California peninsula, triggering looting in some areas.
- Egypt activist to be freed on bail
- An Egyptian court orders the release on bail of one of the country's most prominent pro-democracy activists, Alaa Abdul Fattah.
- US plan to stop homegrown jihadists
- The US government announces a series of programmes aimed at stopping radical Islamists from joining the fighting in countries like Iraq and Syria.
- PCC resigns over child abuse scandal
- South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright resigns over the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
- UK inflation rate falls to 1.5%
- Cheaper food and fuel prices helped to push down the UK consumer price inflation rate to 1.5% in August, official figures show.
- Sighting of missing girl's rucksack
- Police investigating the disappearance of schoolgirl Alice Gross say there has been a new sighting of her rucksack.
- Passport delay victims 'need refund'
- Passport applicants who paid £30 extra to avoid missing travel because of processing delays should get refunds, MPs say.
- Day in pictures: 15 September
- News images from around the world: 15 September
- In pictures: Scottish independence referendum campaign
- Yes and No campaigns in the final weekend
- In pictures: Oscar Pistorius verdict
- Pictures from the verdict
- Oxford hosts photography festival
- Oxford's first international photography festival
- Week in pictures: 6-12 September 2014
- Some of the best news photos from around the world
- Day in pictures: 12 September
- News images from around the world: 12 September
- Debatable Land
- One foot in Scotland, the other in England
- In pictures: Richard Kiel
- Life and career of actor Richard Kiel
- The church described as a 'symbol of evil'
- Should a ruined church linked to Hitler be rebuilt?
- VIDEO: What the clothes in your wardrobe say about you
- What do the clothes in your wardrobe reveal about you?
- What makes a global top 10 university?
- What are the world's best universities?
- The Bollywood actresses speaking out on sexism
- Why Bollywood stars are lashing out against sexism
- 'Deadbeat' shaming on Facebook
- The controversial Facebook group that shames Kenyan parents
- Build your Martian dream home
- Is this how the cities of Mars will be built?
- Seven amazing Minecraft creations
- Seven of the most eye-popping Minecraft creations
- Is New Zealand's political cycle too short?
- Is three years too little time between elections?
- Can EU-Ukraine trade pact survive Russian pressure?
- Will Russian pressure be too much, asks Laurence Peter
- Clinton tests out the political waters
- What top diplomat job taught Clinton about US politics
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