Four tries from Wales wing George North see Saints end Ospreys' unbeaten start to the season in the Champions Cup.
Scuffles break out as South Korean residents try to prevent activists sending balloons into the North carrying anti-government leaflets.
After experimenting with permanent summer hours, Russia is adopting permanent winter hours due to fewer hours of daylight in the north.
Jack Bruce, bassist from 1960s band Cream, has died aged 71, his publicist confirms.
Several large Indian companies are developing their own mines in Australia, but environmentalists are concerned for the future of the Great Barrier Reef.
Manchester City's title ambitions suffer a setback as Diafra Sakho scores to help earn West Ham earn a 2-1 victory.
New Zealand shock Australia in the Four Nations with a resounding victory that ended the hosts 16-match winning run.
A 28-year-old man who was shot in west Belfast dies in hospital.
The number of cases of Ebola has crossed 10,000, the World Health Organization says.
England narrowly hold on for victory against Samoa in a pulsating Four Nations encounter in Brisbane.
Kurdish and Iraqi forces say they have gained ground from Islamic State militants in northern Iraq and near Baghdad, amid intense US-led air strikes.
Liverpool fail to break down a resolute Hull City side as Reds striker Mario Balotelli suffers another frustrating day.
The US urges an investigation after an Palestinian-American teenager is shot dead by Israeli soldiers near Ramallah in the West Bank.
Former Olympic 800m silver medallist Mbulaeni Mulaudzi is killed in a road traffic accident in his native South Africa.
A mass protest is held in the Italian capital, Rome, against Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's plans for labour market reform.
Egypt faces an existential threat from jihadists, the president says, after at least 31 soldiers are killed in two attacks in the Sinai peninsula.
Two former first ministers of Scotland have hit out at Labour's treatment of its Scottish leader Johann Lamont.
Ukraine and Russia find "consensus" on a deal to end their gas dispute, according to the boss of Ukraine's state gas firm.
The rest of Europe expects the UK to settle a £1.7bn EU budget demand "and that's that", a vice president of the European Parliament has said.
BBC News speaks to the creators of Smarpshare, who want employees to become brand ambassadors for their firms.
Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont resigns saying senior party members had "questioned" her role amid the "serious challenges" faced by Labour in Scotland.
Can scientists unlock the secrets of starling murmurations using computer models and citizen science?
India's arm's length PM mixes with reporters - a bit
Younus Khan becomes Pakistan's highest Test century maker as they set Australia 438 to win the first Test in Dubai.
Ted Bishop, former president of the PGA of America, has apologised after calling Ian Poulter a "little girl" on social media.
A fourth man from Portsmouth who went to fight in Syria for Islamic State (IS) is believed to have been killed.
A 72-year-old man says he was raped by a priest in a Bedfordshire boys' home 65 years ago.
One of Vietnam's richest men, Ha Van Tham, is arrested by police on suspicion of lending fraud, authorities say.
A number of students are punished following an investigation after footage emerged of a group chanting about violence and necrophilia.
A report into the route of the second phase of the controversial fast train project HS2 is expected to recommend a new station be built in Crewe.