3 September 2012
Last updated at 12:08
Lotus' Romain Grosjean has been given a one-race ban for causing the first-corner crash at the Belgian Grand Prix. The Lotus driver moved rapidly across McLaren's Lewis Hamilton at the start of the Spa race, causing a collision. His out-of-control Lotus then hit Fernando Alonso's Ferrari, narrowly missing the Spaniard's head
Rescuers search an accident site after a road collapsed in Zhengzhou, China, following heavy rain.
Brazil's Alan Oliveira edges ahead of South Africa's Oscar Pistorius to take gold in the Paralympic T44 200m in London.
A wildfire that broke out in the Angeles National Forest on Sunday forced thousands of visitors to be evacuated and sent a huge cloud of smoke that could be seen throughout the Los Angeles basin.
The Indonesian National Board of Disaster Management predicts nine provinces might suffer from water crises due to a long dry period and measures have been drafted to tackle the problem.
Participants in period costume re-enact the battle of Borodino during 200th anniversary celebrations outside Moscow.
A model presents an outfit from the Juana Martin Spring-Summer 2013 collection at Madrid Fashion Week.
A Trabant is pushed on Vysehrad hill in Prague before it heads to South America. Along with another Trabant, a Fiat 124 and a Jawa motorcycle, the car will take part in a 12,500 miles (20,000km) expedition to explore the Andes and the Amazon.
The Duke of York abseils down the Shard skyscraper in London for charity. The money raised will go to educational charity The Outward Bound Trust, of which the prince is chairman, and the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund.
Former News International boss Rebekah Brooks is surrounded by photographers as she leaves court following an appearance on charges related to alleged phone hacking. Mrs Brooks, 44, appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court earlier, accused of an alleged conspiracy to illegally access voicemails.