PM Benjamin Netanyahu vows to win a "battle for Jerusalem" as the Israeli death toll in a Palestinian attack on a synagogue rises to five.
Wayne Rooney scores his 45th and 46th international goals as England win their first encounter on Scottish soil for 15 years.
Two goals from Robbie Brady help the Republic of Ireland to a comfortable victory over the United States.
Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge suffers a new injury setback in training.
The winning photos from the Faith Through a Lens competition
Huge robots slog it out in Australia's outback
The Australian mine embracing automation on a massive scale.
The government is defeated in a Commons vote on the control that parent companies can exercise over pubs.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi is fined $315m for watering down a report about its transactions with sanctioned countries.
Russia is seeking guarantees from Nato that Ukraine will not be allowed to join and that the alliance will stay away from its borders.
What is Taiwan doing to curb animal smuggling?
A man whose house was destroyed by a gas explosion while he and his family were inside said he "thought it was a dream at first".
In old photos from his family album, Uzbek president Islam Karimov looks more cuddly than those who regard him as a brutal tyrant could ever imagine.
McLaren will wait until December before announcing whether Button or Magnussen will partner Fernando Alonso in 2015.
BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter explains how Rory McIlroy has enjoyed his best season in golf, despite battling off-course issues.
A motion of no confidence in Jean-Claude Juncker's European Commission will be put to a vote next week at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The US Senate is set to vote on a bill to approve the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, just days after the House of Representatives passed the legislation.
Bob Geldof describes himself as a "pleb" as he defends his friend, the ex-cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell, in the so-called plebgate libel trial.
A memoir about brain surgery is among 20 books shortlisted for this year's Cost Book Awards.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls elections only two years after taking office due to the country's failing economy.