Firefighters are investigating the cause of a major blaze at Didcot B power station in Oxfordshire.
Joko Widodo, the charismatic outsider who won Indonesia's presidency, calls for national reconciliation and unity as he is sworn in.
A Downing Street source rejects claims made by Jose Manuel Barroso that the UK would be making an "historic mistake" if it leaves the EU.
Shares in sportswear giant Adidas jump 6% after a report says that a group of investors is considering a bid for the company's Reebok brand.
British actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who had colon cancer, has died aged 66, her agent confirms.
The Russian rouble weakens against the dollar after Moody's downgrades the credit rating of the nation's debt, blaming the economic damage caused by sanctions.
An inquiry opens in Victoria asking what could have been done to protect Luke Batty, the 11-year-old boy killed by his father.
US military aircraft drop weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish fighters battling IS militants in the key Syrian town of Kobane.
One of Pakistan's top charity leaders has told the BBC he is heartbroken after being robbed at gunpoint.
Peyton Manning breaks the NFL record for touchdown passes as he helps Denver Broncos thrash the San Francisco 49ers.
Australia's government hopes to raise as much as $5.5bn Australian dollars ($4.8bn; £3bn) by selling shares in health insurer Medibank Private.
The World Health Organization is expected to declare Nigeria officially free of Ebola on Monday, after six weeks with no new cases.
The US carries out airdrops of weapons and supplies to Kurdish fighters, despite a lack of support from Turkey.
How the battle against Islamic State has changed Kobane
A Lufthansa pilots' strike hitting short-haul services on Monday is expanded to include long-haul routes on Tuesday.
Two of five women in Japan's cabinet resign over funding scandals, in a blow to PM Shinzo Abe's plans to bring more women into top-level politics.
Investors are seeking funding from the UK government for an ambitious plan to import solar energy generated in North Africa.
Two mythical creatures, a giant spider and a huge dragon, have faced one another in battle at Beijing's Olympic Park.
Asian shares bounce back after positive data and earnings from the US, and gains on Wall Street
A new law that would allow terminally-ill patients in England and Wales to be given untested medicines moves a step closer after receiving government backing.