Manchester United's plane has to abort its landing 400m above the runway as they fly to Germany.
Chelsea qualify for the Champions League knockout stages despite suffering a late defeat in Basel.
Retail chain Sears Canada announces it is laying off nearly 800 employees, as it fights to compete with rivals like Nordstrom.
Two Romanian men involved in one of the most spectacular art thefts in recent years have each been jailed for six years and eight months.
The veteran computer firm Hewlett-Packard sees its shares jump 7% on results that suggest its enterprise division will make up for falling PC sales.
The Central African Republic (CAR) is descending into "complete chaos", the UN deputy secretary general has warned as he called for urgent action.
Celtic crash out of the Champions League and European competition altogether after a systematic 3-0 dismantling by Milan.
A rescue operation is under way in the Bahamas after a boat full of Haitian migrants capsized, killing about 30 people, officials say.
CBS suspends star reporter Lara Logan and a producer for a discredited 60 Minutes report about the attack on a US post in Benghazi, Libya.
Ten members of the panel drafting Egypt's new constitution walk out in protest over arrests of dozens of activists rallying in the capital, Cairo.
US citizens are advised to be extra vigilant when travelling to Northern Ireland, after a car bomb partially exploded near a Belfast shopping centre.
Cuba halts consular services in the US because banks won't take its business.
The fourth edition of the Sahel Festival has just taken place near the village of Lompoul, in the north of Senegal. From there, Focus On Africa's Laeila Adjovi reports.
Charles Saatchi accused his former wife Nigella Lawson and her daughter of being "off your heads on drugs", a court hears.
The White House asks Iran to help locate and free ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson, who US officials believe is being held captive in the country.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says a proposed free trade deal between Ukraine and the EU would pose a "big threat" to Russia's economy.
The US has flown two B-52 military aircraft over disputed islands in the East China Sea in defiance of new Chinese air defence rules, officials say.
A shortlist of 10 contenders is announced for next month's 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
Marcos Rodriguez Pantoja speaks to the BBC about how as a child he lived in the wilds of southern Spain for ten years before being reintegrated back into society.
The US Supreme Court will hear Christian-owned companies' challenge to a requirement in a health law that employers provide contraception coverage.