Man killed as Crete struck by 5.8-magnitude earthquakeBy BBC
At least one person has been killed and nine injured after a 5.8-magnitude earthquake hit the Greek island of Crete, local officials say. The man died when the dome of a church that was being renovated in the town of Arkalochori caved in.
German centre-left narrowly wins electionBy BBC
Germany's centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) have narrowly won the country's federal elections, beating the party of outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to preliminary results. The SPD secured 25.7 per cent of the vote, while the ruling conservative CDU/CSU bloc gained 24.1 per cent. The Greens achieved the best result in their party's history, coming in third with 14.8 per cent of the ballot.
Air pollution is even worse than we thought - WHOBy BBC
Air pollution is even more dangerous than previously thought, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned, as it slashes maximum safe levels of key pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide.
Canada's Trudeau narrowly wins third term as PMBy BBC
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has narrowly won Canada's election, but it failed to secure a majority. This is Trudeau's third federal election win, but his critics say the election was a waste of time.
The autistic teen jailed for a social media post in CambodiaBy BBC
In June, an autistic Cambodian teenager was arrested after writing a message on Telegram that allegedly insulted ruling party officials. He has not seen his family since. UN experts have said they are "deeply disturbed" by the case and are calling for his release.
Hotel Rwanda hero convicted on terror chargesBy BBC
A man who was portrayed in a film as a life-saving hero during the Rwandan genocide has been convicted of terrorism by a court in Rwanda. Paul Rusesabagina was found guilty of backing a rebel group from exile which killed civilians in attacks in 2018.
The Crown and Ted Lasso dominate Emmy AwardsBy BBC
Netflix's royal drama The Crown and Apple TV comedy Ted Lasso were the big winners at Sunday's Emmy Awards. The Crown's prizes included best drama series and four acting wins - for Gillian Anderson, Olivia Colman, Josh O'Connor and Tobias Menzies.
Putin's party leads vote amid fraud claimsBy BBC
President Vladimir Putin's United Russia party looks set for another big win in the country's parliamentary elections, despite a drop in support. The party claimed victory a few hours after the polls closed on Sunday evening.
Israel recaptures final Palestinian escapeesBy BBC
Israel's army says it has recaptured the final two of a six-man Palestinian group who tunnelled out of a high-security jail almost two weeks ago. The pair - both members of the militant group Islamic Jihad - were arrested after being surrounded by security forces in the West Bank city of Jenin, Israel's Defense Forces said.
History-making space tourists splash down to EarthBy BBC
Four amateur astronauts have splashed down successfully in the Atlantic Ocean after three days in space. They are the first private, all-civilian team ever to orbit the Earth.