Ed Balls says Labour has "learnt from the past" and will not "duck" tough decisions in power, Ed Balls tells the party's annual conference.
Ukraine is preparing to withdraw heavy weaponry away from separatist rebel lines in the east, the military says.
Authorities in Sierra Leone say a three-day curfew aimed at containing the Ebola outbreak has been a success and will not be extended.
Tesco has suspended four executives, including its UK managing director, after the supermarket overstated its half-year profit guidance by £250m.
The first episode of the fifth series of costume drama Downton Abbey is watched by an average audience of 8.1m on ITV.
The Rockefeller family, which made its fortune from oil, is to join an initiative divesting investments from fossil fuels, and reinvesting in clean energy.
The prime minister is to meet with key Conservative figures to discuss his plans to limit the voting rights of Scottish MPs on English issues.
Turkey closes most of its border crossings with Syria after the arrival of at least 130,000 Kurd refugees, as IS militants approach a key Syrian town.
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro invests almost $50m in an initiative to disarm civilians, in an effort to cut down on the country's high murder rate.
Bollywood cleavage row shows India's 'crass' side
Air France has said it is suspending until December its plan to develop its budget carrier, Transavia, in an effort to end a pilots' strike over the move.
Rafael Nadal withdraws from the inaugural International Premier Tennis League to focus on preparing for the 2015 season.
Pakistan names a close ally of the army chief to head the country's feared Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency.
Hong Kong students begin a week-long boycott of classes to protest against China's stance on electoral reform in the territory.
Students at Calcutta's Jadavpur University say they will continue a boycott despite a government vow to investigate a sexual assault on a female student.
Nathan Sawaya, a New York-based artist has multiple unique exhibitions created solely from standard LEGO bricks with several new sculptures created specifically for each exhibition.
The paper of record has discovered the posterior and deemed it fit to print.
The BBC apologises for airing an excerpt from a 1971 edition of Top of the Pops in which disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile was briefly shown.
Street protests demanding urgent action on climate change have attracted hundreds of thousands of marchers in more than 2,000 locations worldwide.
Rawalpindi is tense as it prepares for the funeral of Sunni prayer leader and Mufti Amanullah, 34, who was gunned down last night.