• Climate change: Impacts 'accelerating' as leaders gather for UN talks  A snapshot of the latest science, published as politicians gather in New York, says climate change is speeding up.    
  • ‘Howdy, Modi!’: Trump hails Indian PM at ‘historic’ Texas rally  The US president hails India's prime minister as "exceptional", firing up a 50,000-strong crowd.    
  • Indonesia haze: 'I'm worried about my baby's health'  Locals in haze-hit Kalimantan, Indonesia, are seeking oxygen treatment in emergency shelters.    
  • Rio violence: Protests as girl, eight, 'killed by police'  The eight-year-old Brazilian girl was with her mother in a van when she was hit in the back.    
  • Italian son shoots father dead during boar hunt  Police charge the 34-year-old with culpable homicide after he shot his 55-year-old father.    
  • Israeli elections: Arab parties back Gantz to oust Netanyahu  The endorsement is the first of its kind by an Arab political group in Israel in more than 25 years.    
  • Iran warns foreign forces to stay out of Gulf, amid new US deployment  Do not create an arms race, President Rouhani says, as the US deploys more troops to Saudi Arabia.    
  • UK PM 'must address conflict of interest claims'  The government says it is investigating after claims against the PM are made by a newspaper.    
  • Pizol glacier: Swiss hold funeral for ice lost to global warming  Dozens of people, some dressed in black, paid their respects to the Pizol glacier in the Swiss Alps.    
  • Hong Kong protests: China flag desecrated as fresh unrest erupts  Bricks are thrown and tear gas fired as a shopping centre is vandalised in continued protests.    
  • Greece: 'Volleyball team' of migrants arrested in Athens  Greek police say the group was arrested at Athens airport after turning up in matching sports kits.    
  • Thomas Cook customers will not be stranded, vows Raab  The government will fly UK holidaymakers home if the firm collapses, the foreign secretary says.    
  • Pittsburgh police probe wristband-wearer drug deaths  Three have died and four are in hospital after an apparent drug overdose in Pittsburgh, police say.    
  • The 'tortured' children of Kashmir  Several families allege that children are being illegally detained in Indian-administered Kashmir.    
  • Warli tribe: 'We are India's soul, don't kill us'  An artist paints the story of one ancient tribe's fight against industrialisation in India.    
  • Saudi Arabia oil attacks: A look at the damage  After attacks against the country's oil infrastructure, the BBC's Frank Gardner surveys the damage.    
  • Stratford vet tries to save orangutan shot 130 times  Paul Ramos was in Borneo to film the work being done to save the orangutan population.    
  • The migrants who meet in an English town  Aida, Gabriella and Opelo told the BBC about their experiences moving to the city of six towns.    
  • Photos show planes 'seconds from crash' at Sibson  The near miss between two planes was avoided by the "narrowest margin", investigators say.    
  • The photographer capturing mankind's impact on planet Earth  Photographer Edward Burtynsky explains his 40-year quest for striking images of our impact on the planet.    
  • The Rwandan radio show which brought children back from the dead  How the BBC helped to find thousands of children who got lost during the Rwandan genocide.    
  • Five theories for the record-low US abortion rate  Abortion rates fall to their lowest level since the procedure was legalised. Here are five theories.    
  • The young brothers who signed up Andy Murray  How the UK's leading tennis star is helping Tom and Phil Beahon grow their sportswear brand.    
  • India-US trade : Is Trump right about India's high tariffs?  The US president has described India as the "king" of tariffs. He says it's "unacceptable".    
  • 'I stole a plane to get out of the Navy'  When Theo Van Eijck was kicked out of a Dutch pilot-training programme in 1964, he stole a plane and flew to Libya.    
  • Italians await Salvini's comeback in his Veneto heartland  Nationalist leader Matteo Salvini dramatically lost power but his supporters are awaiting his comeback.    
  • The Scottish model whose career took off at 60  Gillean McLeod only had her first professional photos taken when she was in her early 50s.    
  • UAE in space: Hazzaa Al Mansoori to become first Emirati astronaut  What's it like to be the first astronaut of your country?    
  • Celery Juice: The big problem with a viral Instagram 'cure'  A health influencer claims it helps to cure chronic illnesses. Doctors are far from convinced.    
  • World Cup excitement and Japanese culture - Parkes column  In his latest BBC Sport column, Hadleigh Parkes gets excited for Wales' World Cup opener against Georgia and talks Japanese culture.    
  • 'We only have to compete with Man City for points, not style': Klopp on Reds win at Chelsea  Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side do not have to compete with Manchester City's style as the two clubs battle at the top of the Premier League.    
  • Blades fight back to shock Liverpool in Women's League Cup  Sheffield United's Jade Pennock scores a 94th-minute winner in the Women's League Cup as the Championship side beat Liverpool 3-2.    
  • Wales prepare for opening match with Georgia  Team news, stats and quotes as Wales open their Rugby World Cup campaign against Georgia in Toyota City on Monday (11:15 BST).    
  • England 35-3 Tonga: Eddie Jones' side battle to opening World Cup win  England's World Cup campaign gets off to a spluttering 35-3 victory against unfancied Tonga in Sapporo.    
  • Ireland 27-3 Scotland: Joe Schmidt's side win Rugby World Cup opener  Ruthless Ireland frank their status as the world's top-ranked side with a clinical Rugby World Cup victory against a meek Scotland in Yokohama.    
  • Italy 47-22 Namibia: Azzurri open World Cup campaign with victory  Italy begin their World Cup Pool B campaign with a bonus-point victory over Namibia in changing weather conditions in Osaka.    
  • New Zealand 23-13 South Africa: All Blacks hold off spirited Springboks  Defending champions New Zealand produce a clinical display to hold off a spirited South Africa in their World Cup Pool B opener.    
  • France 23-21 Argentina: Camille Lopez drop-goal denies Pumas in Tokyo thriller  France hold off a second-half comeback by Argentina to win a gripping World Cup Pool C match in Tokyo.    
  • Rugby World Cup: Extreme weather warning issued as typhoon approaches Japan  Rugby World Cup organisers issue an extreme weather warning and close two fanzones as a large and powerful typhoon approaches Japan.    
  • Australia survive scare to beat Fiji  Australia survive a potential shock to come from behind and beat Fiji in their opening match at the 2019 World Cup in Sapporo.