A minute's silence has been held to remember PC Andrew Harper eight days after he was killed, as his family say their "lives and hearts have been torn apart".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is playing down the possibility of a Brexit breakthrough, telling people "not to hold their breath".
Brazil's president has said the the military could be sent in to battle the Amazon wildfires in the face of an international outcry.
Regulators in the United States have fined Deutsche Bank over violation of corruption laws.
The prime minister has told migrants not to cross the English Channel to get to the UK as "we will send you back".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in agreement with Emmanuel Macron's stance on Brexit - after the French president insisted the Irish border backstop is "indispensable".
Ian Holloway says he hopes Brexit will go ahead as he blames the EU for a controversial new handball rule in Premier League football.
Paris' chief prosecutor is opening an investigation into the rape of minors and other charges linked to the Jeffrey Epstein case.
Jurgen Klopp insists the Premier League title race will not be solely between Liverpool and Manchester City, and says he sees no advantage in playing before the champions.
The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for people travelling to Hong Kong amid continuing protests.
Cuadrilla has suspended fracking at Britain's only shale gas exploration site after it recorded its biggest tremor yet.
The cliche "good cop, bad cop" has been used too much about this first episode of shuttle boat diplomacy from Boris Johnson. Merkel, apparently, is the first and Macron the latter.
The Royal Bank of Scotland and Santander have been ordered to audit their PPI processes by the competition watchdog after they failed to send, or sent inaccurate, payment protection insurance reminders to customers.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Manchester United are in talks with "some clubs" over a potential exit for Alexis Sanchez.
Alexis Sanchez's potential move to Inter Milan would further weaken Manchester United's striking options, Gabriele Marcotti has told Sky Sports News' Transfer Talk podcast.
Ben Youngs has warned Ireland that Manu Tuilagi is in the shape of his life as England plot to launch the powerful centre on another decisive early raid.
The transfer window in Spain and Italy closes on September 2 but, as Sky Sports News' chief reporter Bryan Swanson explains, Neymar's future at Paris Saint-Germain may be resolved this weekend.
YouTube has disabled 210 channels appearing to engage in a coordinated influence operation around the Hong Kong protests, days after similar campaigns on Twitter and Facebook were dismantled.
The "lookalike" of Friends actor David Schwimmer has been jailed for nine months for theft and fraud offences.
There is renewed hope that the near-extinct northern white rhino could be saved after eggs were successfully extracted from the last two remaining females.
Boris Johnson has had his bid to get France's support for a new Brexit deal in 30 days rebuffed on a trip to Paris.
The owner of Bury FC has said he is not to blame for the plight of the debt-ridden club that is a matter of hours away from being expelled from the English Football League (EFL).
Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith is to advise a government review into hospital food following the deaths of six people due to a listeria outbreak.
Jeremy Kyle is piloting a new show to air on ITV, the broadcaster's director of television has told Sky News.