French Prime Minister Manuel Valls meets David Cameron in Downing Street, before addressing financiers in the City of London.
Cult 1990s TV series Twin Peaks is to return with a third series in 2016, 25 years after the end of the second series, creator David Lynch confirms.
The European Parliament rejects Hungary's EU commissioner-designate as unsuitable for the education and culture post.
A court in Macedonia convicts at least 17 people in a case of espionage involving an unnamed country or countries.
Reports that British jihadists were involved in a prisoner swap between Islamic State and Turkey are "credible", Whitehall officials tell the BBC.
A spree killer who shot five people dead in 1978 is detained in a secure hospital after "an arsenal" of weapons was found at his home.
Vince Cable tells the Lib Dem conference that anyone who claims to be able to eliminate the deficit without increasing taxes, as the Conservatives are, is "lying".
Geoffrey Holder, the Tony-winning actor, dancer and choreographer known to millions as Baron Samedi in Bond movie Live and Let Die, dies in New York at the age of 84.
An American photographer has documented the striking works of art left behind by soldiers who spent WWI in underground caverns.
Hundreds of homes are left without electricity after strong winds and heavy rain hit parts of the UK, as forecasters warn of more bad weather.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will face centre-right Aecio Neves in an election run-off, but environmentalist Marina Silva comes a distant third.
Computer code that can turn almost any device that connects via USB into a cyber-attack platform has been shared online.
Michael Bloomberg, founder of the eponymous financial information firm Bloomberg and former New York Mayor, has been given an honorary knighthood.
Inside the South African town where apartheid lives on
Kevin Pietersen criticises Matt Prior and ex-coach Andy Flower in his first interview since being sacked by England.
Hundreds of people remain camped on the streets of Hong Kong, but civil servants are able to return to work as protester numbers dwindle.
India and Pakistan accuse each other of unprovoked firing along the disputed border in Kashmir in which at least nine civilians were killed.
Jules Bianchi's condition is described as "critical but stable" by the FIA following his crash in the Japanese Grand Prix.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta says he will attend the International Criminal Court this week, and puts his deputy in charge while he is away.
Hewlett-Packard is to split into two companies, separating its computer and printer business from its corporate hardware and services operations.