New Zealand's Joseph Parker wins the WBO heavyweight title vacated by Tyson Fury with a narrow points win over Andy Ruiz.
Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected Japan's offer of a gift Akita dog, a Japanese MP says.
Apart from Donald Trump, which other Apprentice hosts have gone into politics?
Sunday Times restaurant critic AA Gill dies aged 62, three weeks after revealing he had cancer.
Virat Kohli and Murali Vijay make centuries to help India establish a first-innings lead of 51 over England after three days of the fourth Test in Mumbai.
Juan Manuel Santos receives the Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
France's state of emergency must be extended to protect elections next year, PM Cazeneuve says.
Japan launches a cargo ship equipped with a half-mile long magnetic tether to clear space junk.
The US says it is sending 200 troops to help Syrian rebels recapture the IS stronghold of Raqqa.
A freight train derails and explodes in a north-east Bulgarian village, killing four people.
A British movie fan proposes to his girlfriend inside the Ghostbusters fire station, despite it being closed for renovations.
Patti Smith forgets the words to Bob Dylan's song, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, at his Nobel Literature Prize ceremony in Stockholm.
A suicide bomber has killed at least 20 soldiers and wounded dozens at an army base in Yemen.
Opponents of impeached President Park Geun-hye rally in Seoul to demand her definitive removal.
Donald Trump says he will devote "zero time" to the TV show after becoming US president.
Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh is criticised internationally for his rejection of poll results.
Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh has rejected the result of the presidential election held earlier this month, a week after admitting defeat.
Dylann Roof, the South Carolina man accused of shooting dead nine black church-goers last year, admitted the massacre in a police video shown to the jury.
The wives of three detained rights Chinese lawyers are demanding answers from authorities.
US intelligence reportedly believes Russia acted covertly to boost Donald Trump in the election race.
Arsenal move top of the Premier League on goals scored as they come from behind to beat Stoke at Emirates Stadium.
IS fighters have re-entered Palmyra, nine months after losing the ancient Syrian city, activists say.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has dedicated his Nobel Peace Prize to victims of the conflict, asking them to stand at a ceremony in the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
The exodus from rebel-held parts of Aleppo is growing, Russia says, amid a push by the Syrian army.
Human rights campaigners disrupt a Jeremy Corbyn speech in protest at Labour's response to the war in Syria.
Venezuela's consumer agency confiscates four million toys from a company it accuses of hoarding.
Russia's right to host the 2018 World Cup amid state-sponsored doping revelations is questioned by MP Damian Collins.
The foreign secretary voices "profound concern" for the plight of the people of war-torn Yemen.
Oman is running workshops to teach people how to save stranded dolphins. The BBC Travel Show’s Ade Adepitan reports.
The official number of people displaced by an earthquake in Indonesia soars to at least 43,000.