Chile's miners on the brink of freedom, Serb football fans run amok and the Booker Prize.
Chile miners close to freedom; more French strikes; and why Freud's fashionable in China
When a hostage rescue fails, patients get new stem cell help and farewell Joan Sutherland.
UK banks and Nigerian corruption; the 7/7 inquests begin; and, is Tuesday the new Monday?
Israel's Jewish state oath passes cabinet, self-driving cars and Stomping at the Savoy
North Korea's likely new leader; violence at Serbia gay pride march; and self-driving cars
Drill reaches trapped miners in Chile and Hungary faces another surge of toxic sludge.
Breakthrough for Chilean miners; new threat on toxic spill; and British hostage killed
Obama calls for release of Nobel laureat;US security chief resigns;Lennon's finger prints
Liu Xiaobo wins the Nobel Peace Prize; toxic sludge, and a bankers view of Wall St film
Mario Vargas Llosa wins literary gold, tensions over the Chinese Yuan, and a lost classic
Gangs run Haiti's camps; the women's power list and is the water in Delhi fit to swim in?
The British prime minister tries to redefine fairness. And a Saudi prince on trial in UK
Toxic sludge in Hungary; Liverpool football club and NATO convoy attack in Afghanistan
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Arrests in France amid terrorism concerns; rogue trader convicted; New York pigeon-racing
Is it time for new laws to prevent cyberbullying? And more security alerts for travellers.
Dutch politician tried for hate crimes; Indian pupil's suicide; a new global marine census
The Commonwealth Games open in Delhi, and the US and Britain issue a new terror alert.
Commonwealth Games begin; Bosnia election; Les Miserables at 25; UFOs in Nevada.
Thousands rally in Washington to counter Tea Party and pagan faith recognised in UK.
Indonesia train crash; UK caste discrimination; Jonathan Franzen pulped.
Nigeria's 50 years of independence celebrations overshadowed and Guatemala's STD scandal.
Ecuador's state of emergency; and the dividing of highly disputed religious site in India.
The winner of cycling's Tour de France fails a drugs test, and reviving Babylonian.
Europe protests at austerity; David Miliband quits; and Bronze Age tourist at Stonehenge
Austerity protests across Europe; and the rising number of single black females in the US.
Top jobs for N Korean leader's son; landslide in Mexico; and Miliband calls for change
Moscow's Mayor Luzhkov is sacked; does nepotism work, and is slang just sloppy language?