• Palestinian gunman kills three Israelis in West Bank  The Israelis were shot dead at the entrance to the West Bank settlement of Har Adar, Israeli police say.    
  • The secretive state of North Korea – in charts  What can statistics tell us about life in Kim Jong-un's secretive country?    
  • White House private emails: House committee ramps ups pressure  The US Congress asks who apart from aide Jared Kushner uses private emails for official business.    
  • US Marines get first female infantry officer  A woman lieutenant makes history by graduating from the US Marine Corps' infantry officer training.    
  • Vegetative-state patient responds to therapy  Surgeons fit a nerve stimulator into the man's chest to reverse 15 years of unresponsive wakefulness.    
  • First appearance together for Harry and Meghan Markle  Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle are seen holding hands at the Invictus Games.    
  • North Korea crisis: Washington denies 'war declared'  North Korea said the US had declared war but the White House dismisses the talk as "absurd".    
  • US government satellite image shows Puerto Rico blackout  Millions of US citizens are without electricity, clean water, medicine, or communications.    
  • China disrupts WhatsApp ahead of Communist Party meeting  The clampdown comes ahead of a big gathering of China's Communist Party next month.    
  • Iraqi Kurdistan referendum: High turnout in independence vote  A "yes" vote is expected in an independence referendum opposed by Baghdad and neighbouring countries.    
  • Seven arrested in Egypt after raising rainbow flag at concert  They were reportedly detained on Monday for "promoting sexual deviancy" at a concert in Cairo.    
  • LeBron James says President Trump 'trying to divide through sport'  LeBron James praises NFL players who have protested against Donald Trump, and accuses the US president of "using sports to try and divide us".    
  • Bali volcano: Indonesia fears imminent Mt Agung eruption  Officials say Mt Agung is in a "critical phase" but stress they cannot predict when it might erupt.    
  • From eye loss to beautiful patches  Toni Crews lost her right eye to cancer and has been making customised eyepatches.    
  • Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall?  Eleven countries are planting a wall of trees from east to west across Africa in order to push back the desert - and in Senegal it's already working.    
  • Canada groom saves child from drowning in river  The bride and groom were having their photo taken when they saw a young boy struggling to swim in a river.    
  • The first round of National Geographic competition  The 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest has opened and is already attracting stunning entries before it closes on 17 November.    
  • Satellites the size of a shoebox  US firm Planet Labs makes satellites you could hold in your hands, and has more in orbit than anyone else.    
  • How a Birmingham Muslim's suitcase became art  Artist Faisal Hussain's exhibition has pieces representing prejudice he and communities have faced.    
  • Heavy rainstorm hits southern Croatia  Two hours of intensive rain flooded Dubrovnik, but some enjoyed it more than others.    
  • Trump NFL row: What does #TakeAKnee mean?  More and more public figures in the US are taking a knee at big events. But why now?    
  • Girl, 13, achieves wheelchair backflip  Thirteen-year-old Lily Rice becomes the first female in Europe to perform a backflip in her wheelchair.    
  • Shania Twain: 'I had to get my top hat back from a museum'  The country star talks about her new album, her vocal recovery and a certain piece of iconic headgear.    
  • Dominica grieving: Life after Hurricane Maria  In the fishing village of Scott's Head, the BBC meets locals who lost everything to Hurricane Maria.    
  • Depersonalisation disorder: 'I was unable to feel love'  For people living with depersonalisation disorder, the world appears unreal and can be void of emotion.    
  • India court blames 'promiscuous' rape survivor  The Indian woman was criticised for drinking, smoking, taking drugs and having condoms in her room.    
  • 'A Boko Haram commander's wife persuaded me to escape with her'  Mohamed lost count of how many people he had killed when a commander's wife persuaded him to escape.    
  • What's really driving Trump in his NFL feud?  The president launched a roiling debate over free speech and patriotism in professional sport. Why?    
  • Do referendums bring about change?  With independence polls in Iraqi Kurdistan and Catalonia, what can we learn from past referendums?    
  • Where will the deadly floods strike next?  Flooding has killed hundreds and left millions homeless. Can tech help us predict and prepare better?    
  • Dallas Cowboys players and owner Jerry Jones take a knee before national anthem  The Dallas Cowboys players, staff and owner Jerry Jones take a knee before the national anthem at Monday evening's game against Arizona.    
  • Alexis Sanchez: West Brom boss Tony Pulis accuses Arsenal forward of cheating  West Brom manager Tony Pulis accuses Alexis Sanchez of 'cheating' in Arsenal's 2-0 win over the Baggies in the Premier League.    
  • Pierre Gasly to make Formula 1 debut with Toro Rosso in Malaysia  French driver Pierre Gasly will make his Formula 1 debut with Toro Rosso at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.    
  • Ashes 2017-18: England squad - as chosen by BBC Sport users  With England turning their attention towards their Ashes defence, BBC Sport users have picked who they want to see on the plane to Australia.    
  • Mica McNeill says British bobsleighers 'powered by the people'  Great Britain bobsleigher Mica McNeill says her team has been "powered by the people" as they reached their crowdfunding target.