Mario Balotelli inspires a late comeback as Liverpool beat Swansea to reach the League Cup quarter-finals.
Chelsea need a late own goal to defeat gutsy League Two side Shrewsbury and reach the League Cup quarter-finals.
Residents of a Hawaiian village threatened by lava have begun evacuating as the flow reaches the first property in its path.
The aide who saw Indira Gandhi's assassination
Lewis Macleod's late header seals a Scottish League Cup semi-final place for Rangers at St Johnstone's expense.
A young girl who escaped North Korea has spoken to the BBC about the violence and starvation she experienced when she lived there.
Novak Djokovic's first match since becoming a father brings a 6-3 6-4 win over Philipp Kohlschreiber at the Paris Masters.
Artist Tracey Emin says she is "on the side of women" after people "wilfully misunderstood" her on the issue of being an artist and a mother.
The former dictator of Panama, Manuel Noriega, fails in his attempt to sue Activision after a character based on him appeared in a Call of Duty game.
A new study confirms that giant tortoise numbers on one of the Galapagos Islands have bounced back thanks to captive breeding.
24 hours of news images: 28 October
Fergal Keane follows Tony Lewis as he visits a centre that is helping Afghan dogs - including one that his son adopted before he was killed in action in Helmand in 2011
The scientists have an archive of around 250,000 pictures taken between 1955 to 1985 they want to identify - and they want the public's help.
The Italian navy says it will continue search and rescue missions for migrants in the Mediterranean, amid concern about EU budget cuts hitting rescues.
Australia's decision to suspend entry visas for people from Ebola-affected West African countries is condemned as "counterproductive" and "discriminatory".
Northern Ireland Finance Minister Simon Hamilton proposes cuts of up to £872m in his draft budget paper, the BBC learns.
Wearers of digital hearing aids struggle to listen to recorded music because of the way the devices process sound, research suggests.
At least 18 workers have been trapped hundreds of metres underground after a coal mining accident in southern Turkey, officials say.
A man with Down's Syndrome had the worst pressure sores some medical staff had ever seen when he was admitted to Wrexham Maelor Hospital in August 2011, an inquest hears
Police in South Africa release images of two men suspected of killing footballer Senso Meyiwa, shot after intruders entered his girlfriend's home.