Swedish director Roy Andersson's comedy, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, wins the Golden Lion award for best film at the Venice Film Festival.
Choosing a charity by using your head as well as your heart
The WW1 pastime that is still popular today
With the Scottish independence referendum 11 days away, Sunday's papers note the progress made by the "Yes" campaign - and suggest Scottish voters will be presented with an alternative to the "status quo" if they vote "No".
Kurdish forces in northern Iraq recapture a strategically important mountain from Islamic State militants, helped by US air strikes.
Belfast's Carl Frampton outclasses Spaniard Kiko Martinez to become the IBF world super-bantamweight champion.
The squeeze on public sector pay, industrial action and attacks on unions will be top of the agenda when the Trades Union Congress gathers later.
Ashya King is in a "perfect condition" to travel to Prague for specialist treatment, the family lawyer has said.
Police hunting for missing London schoolgirl Alice Gross, 14, arrest a man on suspicion of murder.
A second Lebanese soldier seized by Islamic State militants near the border with Syria last month is reported to have been beheaded.
Britain's Jordanne Whiley wins the US Open wheelchair doubles title to complete the Grand Slam in 2014.
Supporters of the Yes vote in the independence referendum in Scotland claim momentum is with their campaign.
The chief constable says "a current piecemeal approach to our history" is placing a "significant strain" on the PSNI.
Bill Murray is honoured at the Toronto Film Festival with a special day dedicated to him.
A plan by Sierra Leone to lock down the country to control Ebola will not help and could allow the virus to spread, medical charity MSF says.
Kei Nishikori beats world number one Novak Djokovic at the US Open to become Japan's first Grand Slam singles finalist.