BBC World Service
The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 1 hour 14 min ago
At least 10 people are killed and seven injured when the roof of a mosque collapses in the Pakistani city of Lahore, officials say.
Former F1 champion Michael Schumacher leaves a Swiss hospital to continue his recovery at home, his manager says.
US bookstore chain Barnes & Noble reports falling revenues for the first quarter as a result of disappointing sales of its Nook e-book reader.
A third of all bird species in the US are in decline, according to a comprehensive new report finds that underlines the threat to American birds.
World football governing body Fifa confirms that African champions Nigeria have avoided a ban from global football.
Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal is suspended after the International Cricket Council deems his bowling action to be illegal.
A British man has died after being badly bitten on the leg by a shark off a beach in Australia's popular Byron Bay, officials say.
Israel is unlawfully coercing almost 7,000 Eritrean and Sudanese nationals into leaving the country at great personal risk, Human Rights Watch says.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tells unions that wages should start rising in real terms "around the middle of next year".
Former England striker Michael Owen says the country has lost faith in the national team after major tournament failures.
Kashmir flood relief operation a major challenge
Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong shave their heads in a protest against what they see as China's increasing political control over the city.
Can Islamic State's savagery be explained?
Indian police rescue a woman whose husband's family allegedly held her captive for three years because her parents failed to pay enough dowry.
The European Commission is demanding fresh concessions from Google on alleged search market dominance and a probe into Android could be next on its list.
Norway plans to export its prisoners to Dutch jails to ease overcrowding and carry out urgent maintenance works, the government says.
The Pakistan navy says it fought off an attack on its Karachi dockyard in which two militants and a sailor were killed.
Film critic Christian Blauvelt and entertainment reporter Emma Jones chat with Tom Brook about highlights of this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
MH17 Dutch experts say Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine after being hit by 'numerous objects' that 'pierced the plane at high speed'.
Former Booker winner Howard Jacobson is among the three British writers, two Americans and an Australian to make this year's shortlist.