Leading US shares close sharply lower, dragged lower by Apple, which slipped 3.8% after the technology giant was forced to pull an update to its iOS 8 operating system.
A club, named the Furiousness Centre, that allows guests to vent their anger and aggression, has opened in Hungary.
Iraq's request for help means air strikes against Islamic State would be legal, the government says as it urges support for Friday's Commons vote.
A reconstruction of the last known movements of missing schoolgirl Alice Gross is staged in west London.
Apple responds to claims that its new handsets are prone to bending by saying such damage would be "rare" during normal use.
A Kenyan nurse is sentenced to death after being found guilty of carrying out an abortion five years ago on a woman who later bled to death.
At least one person was killed and two wounded during a search for militants at refugee camps near Lebanon's border with Syria, the Lebanese army says.
The FBI has identified the militant in the videos depicting the killings of two US journalists and a British aid worker, the agency's director says.
El Salvador's total ban on abortions is killing women and girls, and condemning others to decades in jail, rights group Amnesty International says.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he has only one fit centre-back and could turn to youth against West Ham.
Palestinian negotiators in Cairo say they have agreed a "comprehensive" deal for a national unity government to take responsibility for running Gaza.
Former New Zealand skipper Chris Cairns has been charged with perjury and will appear in court on 2 October.
The US-led coalition targets oil refineries controlled by Islamic State militants in Syria while Kurdish forces battle them on the ground.
Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma widens a quarantine to include another one million people in an effort to curb the spread of Ebola.
Holders Europe will start as favourites against the United States when the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles starts on Friday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani addresses the UN in New York, saying that a solution to the threat from Islamic State militants must come from within the region.
US officials say they have no indication of a plot by Islamic State militants to attack underground rail systems in the US and Paris, as claimed by the Iraqi PM.
World number one Rory McIlroy is pitted against American Phil Mickelson in the opening fourballs of the Ryder Cup.
Hollywood actor Shia LaBeouf runs 144 laps around a museum in Amsterdam in what has been described as a conceptual art performance.
Liverpool are one of seven European clubs being investigated by Uefa for possible breaches of Financial Fair Play rules.