13 September 2013
Last updated at 15:45
The US remembered the victims of 9/11 in a series of memorials marking the 12th anniversary of the attacks that killed almost 3,000 people in New York, the Washington DC area and Pennsylvania.
An Italian priest gave Pope Francis a 20-year-old white Renault 4 to drive himself around Vatican City. The car - which has 300,000km (190,000 miles) on the clock - was presented to the Pope by Father Renzo Zocca at the weekend.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe celebrates with members of the Tokyo bid committee as International Olympic Committee president, Jacques Rogge, announces the city will host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
At least 43 people had been killed after a bus plunged 200m (660ft) into a ravine in western Guatemala, rescue workers said. Mario Cruz, spokesman for the local volunteer fire department, said about 90 people had been on board the bus, which had an official capacity of 54 passengers.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said the UK and US remained "closely aligned" on Syria, after talks with his US counterpart, John Kerry, in London.
A woman sits in an acrylic car at the TRW booth at the Frankfurt Auto Show in Germany.
New Yorker Marin Alsop became the first woman to lead the Last Night of the Proms in its 118-year history. The festival, which began on 12 July, included 92 concerts in London and four across the UK.
Russia's Iuliia Morozova and Ekaterina Pankova jump to block the ball during the Women's Volleyball European Championship quarter-final match against Turkey in Germany.
Steelworkers in Marseille burn flares during a nationwide day of protest against government pension changes in France.
A 118-carat white diamond could fetch up to £22m when it is sold at auction in October.