Russia's recent movements near Syria's city of Latakia suggest Moscow plans to establish a "forward air operating base" there, the US says.
Research by Oxford University and accountancy firm Deloitte says many of today's jobs are at high risk of being automated in the next two decades.
The leader of Greece's left-wing Syriza party Alexis Tsipras rules out forming a coalition with his main conservative rival in a debate.
Security is being tightened along the frontiers of more European Union states in response to the number of refugees on the move.
Jeremy Corbyn completes his shadow cabinet team with half of roles going to women - while left-winger John McDonnell becomes shadow chancellor.
Iraqi migrant tells of seeing children drown off Greek island
Hungary has completed a razor-wire fence along its border with Serbia, and blocked a railway line used as a crossing point, in preparation for tougher controls on refugees.
Wing Eli Walker is out of Wales' World Cup squad after suffering a hamstring injury, making way for back-rower Ross Moriarty.
More EU countries impose border checks to deal with an influx of migrants as ministers agree in principle to relocate 120,000.
BBC Africa's Anne Soy speaks to architect Kunle Adeyemi about the inspiration behind his three-storey floating school on a lagoon in Nigeria.
Argentine soldiers were tortured by their own superiors during the 1982 Falklands War, according to files released by Argentina's armed forces.
Flying Korea's farmed dogs half way round the world to safety
Christian Fraser and James Reynolds report from both sides of the Hungarian-Serbian border where Hungarian security forces have blocked off an informal crossing point for migrants.
A United Arab Emirates (UAE) woman is suing the Kenyan authorities, saying she was kidnapped by police, taken to Somalia and Ethiopia, and tortured.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter says that reaching the quarter-finals of the World Cup will be a tough test for his players.
Dallas Cowboys overtake Real Madrid as the world's most valuable team, according to business magazine Forbes.
Key suspect in August's deadly Bangkok shrine bombing has fled to Turkey, Thai police say.
One man dies and two brothers are missing after torrential rain caused flash foods and landslides in parts of northern Italy.
The actor and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is named new host of Celebrity Apprentice, replacing Donald Trump.
All 20 Premier League clubs agree to improve access for disabled fans by August 2017, with 15 having to increase capacity.