Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are in a league of their own in first practice at the Italian Grand Prix.
The Williams Formula 1 Grand Prix team cuts half-year losses following a sharp rise in revenues.
Teema Kurdi, the aunt of a three-year-old Syrian boy, Alan Kurdi, found drowned on a beach in Turkey has told the BBC how she found out about the death of her nephews and sister-in-law.
Islamic State (IS) militants continue their destruction of the ancient Syrian site of Palmyra by blowing up three funerary towers.
The UK will take in "thousands" more refugees from Syrian border camps in response to the worsening humanitarian crisis, David Cameron says.
The bodies of drowned Syrian boy Alan Kurdi and his family are taken across the Turkish border to the Syrian town of Kobane for burial.
The BBC's Matthew Price in Budapest says several thousand migrants are still waiting at Budapest's international railway station in the hope of getting on trains to other parts of Europe.
Shares in Japan fell as much as 3% on Friday, touching a seven-month low, as the yen strengthened against the dollar ahead of the latest US job numbers.
The government owns art worth at least £3.5bn, but only a tiny fraction is on display, a pressure group claims.
A campaign set up by children's author Patrick Ness to raise funds for Syrian refugees raises more than £150,000 in 24 hours.
A tense stand-off on a migrant train near Budapest continues, as Hungarian MPs prepare for a key vote and fresh European crisis talks are scheduled.
Man Utd's "inexperience" in the transfer market led to the collapse of David De Gea's move, says Real Madrid's president.
The Conservatives will launch a drive to "wipe out" Labour as soon as the party chooses its new leader, candidate Liz Kendall warns during a TV debate.
An extra hour of television, internet or computer game time in Year 10 is linked with poorer grades at GCSE, Cambridge University research suggests.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari declares he has $150,000 (£100,000) in his personal account, in a move aimed at promoting transparency and curbing corruption.
Energy giant EDF has admitted that construction of Britain's first new nuclear power plant in decades has been delayed.
Car hire app Uber has been the target of protests and legal action by taxi drivers around the world, but is now making inroads into Africa.
India has cancelled a licence allowing Greenpeace's local unit to receive donations from abroad, the environmental group says.
Rich nations at UN climate talks are said to be edging towards a compromise on the thorny issue of loss and damage.
Guatemala's ex-president Otto Perez Molina spends his first night in prison after a judge orders his detention while corruption hearings take place.