Mystery of the murdered militant - and the cover-up
A committee of architects declares New York City's newly erected One World Trade Center the tallest building in the US at 1,776ft (541m).
The director of the latest Hunger Games film says he "cut a couple frames" to secure a PG-13 rating in the US.
Imprisoned Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko accuses President Viktor Yanukovych of seeking to undermine the country's EU aspirations.
Egypt's state of emergency and night-time curfew - in place since 14 August - have been lifted, the army-backed government announces.
Mozambican police arrest seven people for attempting to smuggle 27 children, aged between one and seven years, to neighbouring South Africa, a spokesman says.
Miley Cyrus says there is a "double standard" in society and encourages women "not to be scared".
China's leaders end a crucial meeting by announcing a series of economic reforms aimed at overhauling the world's second largest economy.
Lance Armstrong needs "something close to a miracle" for his lifetime ban for doping to be lifted, says Wada's president.
DR Congo refuses to sign a deal with the rebels it defeated last week, in a row over the title of the document, the information minister tells the BBC.
Former Home Secretary David Blunkett says he fears riots unless the Roma migrant community make more of an effort to adapt to the British way of life.
Michael Carrick and Danny Welbeck withdraw from the England squad for the friendlies against Chile and Germany.
A Lebanese Sunni Muslim cleric whose group is allied to Syria's government has been killed in the northern city of Tripoli, security sources say.
Presenter Alan Titchmarsh steps down from the BBC's Chelsea Flower Show coverage after 30 years as host.
The head of the World Anti-Doping Agency tells the BBC that Jamaica has "lost its way" on drug testing for athletes.
BitTorrent traffic in the US has dipped, according to a new study, indicating that piracy might be on the decline.
Police and art experts check 22 artworks found in southwest Germany as 25 of the Munich treasures are named on the web.
Efforts to vaccinate 165,000 children against polio in Sudan have been blocked by the government and rebels, the UN humanitarian chief says.
England and Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi could miss the Six Nations campaign after having surgery on his chest injury.
Flooding caused by Tropical Storm Haiyan forced two sand pump dredgers into a bridge in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Monday afternoon.