Swedish prosecutors have commented for the first time on the likelihood of Julian Assange being extradited to the United States.
Hundreds of thousands of people have rallied in cities across the globe calling for urgent action to tackle climate change.
During a visit to Albania, the Pope has joked that he would have afraid if Mother Teresa had been his mother superior.
Ukrainian troops are preparing to pull back behind a 30-kilometre buffer zone as the fragile truce with pro-Russian separatists seems to be holding.
Mass rallies have been held in cities around the world to build pressure for action on climate change ahead of a major United Nations climate summit in New York.
Apple remains cool, with an annual survey of Britons listing it "coolest brand" for three years running, but Twitter has dropped out of the top 20
Researchers believe dry roasted peanuts, which undergo chemical changes at high temperatures, may be more likely to lead to allergy than raw nuts.
A Swedish man charged with rape has been acquitted because he suffers from sexsomnia.
About a million people have visited Oktoberfest on its first weekend despite bad weather.
Within a generation the world will have used up its margin of safety for limiting global warming, latest research warns.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband insist there will be no going back on plans to devolve further powers to Scotland.
About 80 observers from pan-European security group OSCE have been sent to key flashpoints after the signing of a new Ukraine peace deal.
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