An imam who died in suspicious circumstances at a mosque in north London was killed after taking morning prayers, it emerges.
President Barack Obama dumps proposals to tighten rules on air pollution, a move that outrages environmentalists but is cheered by Republicans.
Ministers say they are willing to hold talks with the National Trust and other opponents of its proposals to simplify the planning system in England.
The UN nuclear watchdog says it is “increasingly concerned” that Iran is working on components for a nuclear weapons programme.
A man in the Californian city of Sacramento is accused of biting a pet python twice, police say.
Britain’s Andy Murray keeps his US Open hopes alive as he recovers from two sets down to beat Robin Haase in the second round.
Turkey expels Israel’s ambassador and suspends all military agreements over its refusal to apologise for last year’s raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla.
The US economy added no net new jobs in August, according to the key non-farm payrolls figures from the Department of Labor.