Colombia's Farc rebel group acknowledges for the first time that its actions in Latin America's longest internal conflict "affected civilians".
Scores of bodies of Sunni Muslim tribesmen apparently killed by Islamic State militants are found in mass graves in western Iraq.
Scotland's women lose 2-0 in Rotterdam for a 4-1 aggregate defeat in their World Cup play-off semi-final.
UK ship RFA Argus, which is carrying medical supplies, equipment and vehicles, arrives in Sierra Leone to help deal with the Ebola outbreak.
Thomas Menino, who served as mayor of Boston for more than 20 years, has died after a battle with cancer.
The artist behind a project to place almost 900,000 ceramic poppies around the Tower of London says he is surprised and happy that so many people have "taken it to heart".
Prince Harry meets supporters of the British Legion's London Poppy Day Appeal at Buckingham Palace.
An advance party of 10 Iraqi Kurd fighters have entered the Syrian border town of Kobane to join the battle against Islamic State militants, activists say.
Nine cows will be offered to fathers in areas of northern Kenya to ensure their daughters finish their education, a county governor says.
The government has announced changes to children's social work, aiming to restore confidence in the service.
The new managing director of Cardiff Airport says she is determined to reverse the decline in passenger numbers by attracting more airlines.
Pembrokeshire council's chief executive is due to leave the job on Friday but a question mark is still hanging over his £330,000 pay-off deal.
Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Warg could face a lengthy prison sentence after being found guilty of hacking into Danish computers.
MPs back calls for a review of 40-year old legislation on drug misuse - as a row breaks out at the top of the coalition over drugs laws.
The Northern Ireland Executive agrees next year's draft budget but of the five parties, only the DUP and Sinn Féin voted to support the deal.
Celtic winger Aleksandar Tonev is banned for seven matches for "using abusive language of a racist nature".
John Cooper Clarke says Michael Gove was "right" to support the learning of poetry by rote.
An investigation begins after France's state-owned EDF power company says unidentified drones have flown over seven of its nuclear plants.
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The Royal Navy's casualty ship RFA Argus has arrived in Sierra Leone to help to tackle the Ebola crisis.