Chinese shares continue to head lower on Tuesday, extending the previous session's losses.
Critics hail Nicole Kidman as "luminous" and "compelling" in Photograph 51, her first London stage appearance since 1998.
DIY retailer Kingfisher, which owns the B&Q and Screwfix chains, says it could open another 200 Screwfix stores in the UK.
California gets tough as drones disrupt fight against wildfires
Malcolm Turnbull is sworn in as Australia's new prime minister, with ousted leader Tony Abbott promising not to undermine the new government.
How campaigners are persuading South Korea's dog farmers to free their animals and leave the business.
The Indian capital, Delhi, is in the grip of the worst outbreak of dengue fever in five years, officials say.
England must not let the World Cup opening ceremony distract them before the Fiji match, says captain Chris Robshaw.
A new border crossing has opened between Serbia and Hungary for migrants wanting to cross into Hungary.
Former internationals Chris Paterson, John Beattie and Peter Wright assess Scotland's chances in the Rugby World Cup.
Investing heavily in school computers and classroom technology does not improve pupils' performance, according to a global study from the OECD.
The Turkish town of Cizre has been closed off as Turkish troops carry out a counter-terrorism operation against the Kurdish militant group, the PKK.
Egypt has apologised for the killing of 12 people, including eight Mexican tourists, by security forces in an anti-terror operation.
The ousted Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has acknowledged that his government was not perfect - one day after his Liberal Party toppled him as leader - but he said he was proud of what had been achieved.
Political views are mixed about Australia's new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull but the business and gay communities, and republican supporters are hoping for change.
Smoke caused by huge Indonesian forest fires are spreading across the country and leaving dense haze over neighbouring Malaysia and Singapore.
Will Hungary's clampdown stem migrant tide?
The governor of California declares a state of emergency after wildfires force thousands of people to flee their homes in the north of the state.
In South Korea, some grandparents are going to classes to relearn the art of looking after children - to make sure they're still qualified for the job.
EU ministers meeting in Brussels fail to agree unanimously on a plan to relocate 120,000 asylum seekers with binding quotas.