Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia lose on the final green as the United States edge into a 2½-1½ lead at the Ryder Cup.
The US economy grew at an annual rate of 4.6% between April and June, faster than the previous estimate of 4.2%, according to revised figures from the US Department of Commerce.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says the Premier League's attacking quality is the best ahead of Saturday's meeting with Spurs.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has cleared the way for airlines to allow passengers to use mobile devices on flights.
UKIP calls for separate immigration queues for UK citizens at border entry points, at its annual conference.
Kim Jong-un the supreme leader of North Korea failed to show up at a meeting of parliament.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has an unspecified illness, state media report, after he failed to appear at a key political event.
The family of a Scottish grandfather wounded by a prison guard in Pakistan say they fear further attempts on his life.
The co-creator of the world-famous Asterix cartoons, Albert Uderzo, ends a seven-year legal battle with his daughter amicably.
A group of cricketers sets a new world record for the highest-ever match by playing at the top of Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain.
Wales will be without hooker Ken Owens for their November Tests as he is set to undergo neck surgery.
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis is given a suspended sentence of three months for indecently assaulting a woman in 1995.
The EU's anti-terrorism chief tells the BBC the number of Europeans joining Islamist fighters in Syria and Iraq has risen to more than 3,000.
Anger as Australia sends Cambodian refugees home
Air France says it will develop its low cost airline, Transavia, within France, despite objections from striking pilots.
Police in Greece say they are probing reports that a female cancer patient woke up buried inside a coffin but died shortly before being rescued.
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A series of attacks on websites and servers using the serious Shellshock bug has been spotted, say security experts.
Cambodia agrees to take in some of Australia's rejected asylum-seekers in exchange for A$40m (£22m, $35m), in a deal criticised by rights groups.
A Russian court seizes shares in the oil firm Bashneft, whose billionaire owner Vladimir Yevtushenkov is under house arrest.