Doubts grow that Monday's deadline for a deal on Iran's nuclear programme will be met at talks in Vienna, as negotiators admit "big gaps" remain.
Lionel Messi broke the Spanish league's all-time scoring record after hitting a hat trick in Barcelona's 5-1 victory over Sevilla.
At least 14 people have been injured in a suspected gas explosion which has led to the evacuation of a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.
It's an all too familiar feeling for the high handicap golfer.
Remembrance Sunday services are to be held across the country to commemorate the nation's fallen servicemen and women, with the Queen laying a wreath in London.
The Moroccan government has urged African soccer's governing body to delay its flagship bi-annual continental competition over fears that it could help to spread Ebola.
Labour's general election co-ordinator urges MPs to "pull together" around Ed Miliband after reports of unrest about his leadership of the party.
The cosmetics section of any department store anywhere in the world might usually be the first thing you encounter when you walk through the door, but in China it's often a mirror maze on a vast and dazzling scale.
A full competition inquiry into the market for current accounts and small business banking is launched by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority.
Children were tortured by ISIS after they took school exams, says a human rights group which adds the boys were also forced to watch beheading videos.
The Republican Party wins control of the Senate in the US mid-term elections, increasing its power in the final years of Barack Obama's presidency.
The favorite to win Australia's premier horse race, Admire Rakti collapses and dies in his stall -- just minutes after finishing last.
Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker resigns as a home office minister, saying working in the department is like "walking through mud".
The cost of fighting climate change will only climb if industrialized nations don't take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the United Nations' panel on the matter warned Sunday in its wrap-up report.
Chancellor Angela Merkel would accept the UK's exit from the EU if David Cameron insists on migration curbs, German press reports say.