A fire in Guatemala City destroys most of the main market, wiping out more than 1,000 stalls.
A collection of paintings by LS Lowry, owned by a Cambridgeshire businessman, sells for £15m at auction.
Sierra Leone has become the latest country to be put on alert over a potential outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus.
President Barack Obama urges Americans to pray for victims of the Washington state mudslide as officials predict the death toll of 14 will rise.
The government announces plans to return more of Lloyds Banking Group to the private sector, with the sale of a 7.5% stake to investors.
Zimbabwe's top court orders the state to pay compensation to a rape victim who was denied an abortion after she was attacked eight years ago.
Lithuania's energy minister calls on the US Senate to speed-up natural gas exports to Europe, in order to challenge Russia's dominance.
A zoo in Denmark that provoked outrage after putting down a healthy giraffe, has killed a family of four lions to make way for a new young male lion.
A boy of 18 months who had a bullet lodged in his brain during an attack on a church near Kenya's coastal city of Mombasa is flown to the capital for treatment.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Premier League game between West Ham United and Hull City.
Defending champions West Indies beat hosts Bangladesh by 73 runs in Group Two of the World Twenty20 in Mirpur.
The board of Iraq's election commission resigns in protest at what it says is political and judicial interference ahead of next month's elections.
The lawyer of Oscar Pistorius, the South African athlete accused of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, denies the couple were unhappy.
Thirty-five out of 53 nations participating in a summit on nuclear security in The Hague vow to turn international guidelines into national laws.
A Ukrainian ultra-nationalist leader is shot dead in western Ukraine, in what officials describe as a special forces operation.
The first group of Syrian refugees arrives in the UK as part of a government scheme to take in some of the most vulnerable victims of the conflict.
Cycling's boss Brian Cookson wants an overhaul of the Olympics, with track cycling moving to the Winter Games.
Authorities in the US state of Washington confirm at least 14 people were killed in Saturday's landslide, as the list of missing grows to 176.
Indian anti-corruption leader Arvind Kejriwal announces he will run against the BJP candidate for PM, Narendra Modi, in the holy city of Varanasi.
MPs vote in favour of plans to give the government power to decriminalise non-payment of the TV licence fee.