Voting closes in the race to become the next leader of the Labour Party, amid claims some voters did not receive their ballot papers in time.
The BBC sees new evidence of chemical attacks being carried out in Syria, including the use of mustard gas and chlorine by both government and IS forces.
Time spent travelling to and from first and last appointments by workers without a fixed office should be seen as working time, the European Court of Justice rules.
Paula Radcliffe says she "is clean" and will "not be forced" to release her data after being implicated in blood doping.
Chinese internet personality Guo Meimei, best known for her role in the Red Cross scandal, is jailed for five years for running an illegal casino.
A proposal to adjourn the Northern Ireland Assembly has been defeated, and either the resignation of DUP minsters or a suspension of the assembly now looks likely to follow.
About 500 people attend the funeral of British IndyCar driver Justin Wilson, who died during a race last month in the US.
A man is filmed attempting to break a speed record while travelling at speeds up to 70mph in Colorado on a type of skateboard known as a longboard.
Jenny Hill looks at how Germany helps its refugees integrate into its towns and cities.
Purin the beagle, from Chiba in Japan, breaks her own Guinness World Record by catching 14 mini-footballs in one minute using her paws.
Tens of thousands of people abandon their homes and the city of Joso is flooded as "unprecedented" rain continues to fall in northeast Japan.
French great stirs row from beyond the tomb
The UN says last month saw the biggest drop in international food prices in seven years, as demand slows in Russia and China.
South African police are investigating the death of 15 suspected illegal miners killed in clashes between rival gangs in a disused Johannesburg mine.
Fifa's corruption problems are a result of the longevity of some officials in key positions, says a senior figure.
BBC employee Rakesh Sinha was caught up in the rescue of a child worker in India, after the 13-year-old climbed down into his balcony to escape her employers.
Italy's state broadcaster under fire for interview with relatives of alleged mafia boss.
A verse translation of Aeneid: Book VI by the late poet Seamus Heaney is to be published next year, his publisher and family announce.
Footage has emerged of the moment passengers on board a British Airways plane on a runway in Las Vegas realised it was on fire.
The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee votes 8-1 to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5%, but lowers its UK growth forecast.