A 65-year-old man is seriously ill in hospital after being repeatedly stabbed inside his home in Bathgate, West Lothian.
News images from around the world: 17 September
Police say they are investigating the death of a 31-year-old man at a flat in west Belfast on Saturday.
FA chairman Greg Dyke wants the "chaotic" transfer system reformed in order to increase opportunities for English players.
10 key moments from the Scottish referendum campaign
Prominent Uighur academic Ilham Tohti goes on trial for separatism in China's far western region of Xinjiang.
Head coach Anna Signeul vows Scotland will push Sweden all the way in Wednesday's World Cup qualifier in Gothenburg.
At least 67 South Africans were killed when a church hostel belonging to Nigerian TV evangelist TB Joshua collapsed in Lagos, President Zuma says.
A deal has been agreed by Israeli and Palestinian officials to allow building materials into Gaza for reconstruction, a top UN official says.
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton will continue their world title battle at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.
A teenager who wrestled a man to the ground after he assaulted two police officers is recognised for his bravery.
Highlights of the Scottish referendum campaign, squeezing two years of headlines into a three minute film.
US President Barack Obama calls the Ebola outbreak in West Africa a threat to security worldwide while announcing a larger US role, including 3,000 troops, to help fight the virus.
Counter-terrorism police seize material from a house in Cardiff as part of an ongoing operation.
Drivers have been warned against the potential dangers of using a smartwatch while driving.
The UK rate fell to 6.2% in the three months to the end of July, while the number claiming Jobseeker's Allowance has dipped below one million.
Police investigating the disappearance of Alice Gross want to speak to a Latvian man seen on the same canal towpath used by the schoolgirl, the Met say.
A new file released by the National Archives has confirmed the use of an 'agente provocatrice', known as Fifi, in World War Two operations.
A family say they have been left devastated by the murder of a Flintshire woman dubbed a "loving mother, daughter, sister, aunty and friend".
Shadow Work and Pensions Minister Stephen Timms has welcomed the latest fall in unemployment but says there are still problems with youth and long-term unemployment.