Members of the US-led coalition against Islamic State tell Russia to cease strikes they say have targeted opposition forces in Syria.
Fragments of a Koran believed to be one of the oldest ever found go on public display in Birmingham.
Rights groups have expressed concern for civilians trapped in the Afghan city of Kunduz, as the government accuses the Taliban of crimes against humanity.
Chancellor George Osborne signs an agreement with political leaders in South Yorkshire paving the way for an elected mayor for the region.
Amazon bars the sale of Apple and Google video-streaming devices
France and Italy launch investigations into Volkswagen over the rigging of emission tests.
Reflective paint is to be put on Dartmoor's livestock in a bid to cut the number of animals being killed by vehicles.
More sinkholes have been seen across the UK in recent years, large gaping holes suddenly appearing in the ground.
A man who faked being in a coma to avoid a fraud trial is jailed along with his wife for trying to con the courts.
Winger Tim Visser is only thinking about beating South Africa and rejects the notion that Scotland are a weakened side.
What may be the world's oldest fragments of the Koran have gone on display at the University of Birmingham.
Two rare Amur tiger cubs which could help boost the endangered species are born at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his side's poor form is "the worst period in my career with the worst results in my career".
A judge in East Texas has wiped out 168 patent cases relating to a single patent and filed by the same company.
Chemical engineers develop an additive for jet fuel that could prevent explosions without compromising engine function.