6 arrested in official's death :: The drowning of an official during interrogation prompts questions about how far Chinese investigators will go.
The laser light that could cut cyclist deaths :: It looks like a regular bike light, but one day a Blaze could save your life.
A new phone concept? :: What if you could buy a smartphone that would last you for the rest of your life?
Is Breaking Bad's Walter White one of TV's truly evil characters? :: Breaking Bad, which is about to reach its finale, has provided a talking point for fans and philosophers over the nature of evil.
Lifting veil on Saudi Arabian love lives :: Maisah Sobaihi the is first Saudi Arabian woman to perform at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, in play on love lives.
Could Germany's nuclear gamble fail? :: As Germany's switchover from nuclear power to renewable energy gathers pace, concerns are mounting over the cost to country's prosperity and its already squeezed consumers.
Check out Africa's greatest graffiti :: Africa street art can be anything from beautifully painted shop fronts, to spray can graffiti, to inspiring murals. You sent your street art photos to CNN iReport - here are the best.
The spirit of Oktoberfest ::
Alicia Keys: Let's fight HIV together :: Bernadette's father died from AIDS complications when she was a child. Her mother never even knew he had HIV until she and her daughter tested positive years later.
In pictures: Pakistan quake damage :: Rescuers struggle to reach quake areas
New coat of arms for William and Kate :: A new coat of arms to represent Prince William and his wife, Catherine, as a married couple was unveiled Friday, more than two years after their televised wedding was watched by people around the globe.
Day in pictures: 27 September 2013 :: 24 hours of news photos: 27 September
Week in pictures: 21-27 September 2013 :: Photos from around the world: 21-27 Sept
VIDEO: The 'bank' helping child workers :: A volunteer-run bank is helping working children in Bangladesh save their earnings for the first time.
Helping child workers save their earnings :: The bank run by and for child workers in Bangladesh
The Loop: Happy campers :: Welcome to the Loop, the Magazine's weekly letters column, including the best of your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook.
Valve reveals haptic game controller :: Games developer and publisher Valve shows off its Steam Controller, the final part of its strategy to bring its PC-based platform to the living room.
Giant balloon to study Comet ISON :: Exploring the heavens with space ships and fancy orbiting telescopes like the Hubble is pretty routine stuff for NASA. But the space agency is going low-tech to get a good look at an eagerly anticipated comet.
Source: Kenya mall gang rented store :: The Nairobi attack was planned for more than a year by conspirators who rented a store in the Westgate Mall, an official says.
Open Mic from Tehran :: Iranians in Tehran step up to CNN's Open Mic and tell Americans what they really feel about them.
Chinese 'whistleblower' freed :: A Chinese journalist jailed for eight years for leaking government restrictions on reporting has been freed. Shi Tao made headlines in 2004 when he sent the media restrictions to a human rights group -- an act that China said amounted to "leaking state secrets."
China obsesses about rumors :: In China online popularity can sometimes spell trouble.
Louvre hit by Chinese scam :: First it was Chinese tourists apparently being targeted by criminal gangs in Paris.
Toll in Peshawar church bombings rises to 83 - The News International :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNFZjC-GzaUk8ZRXG9nIaBbWiYsfmw&url=http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-119506-Peshawar-church-bombings:-Death-toll-rises-to-83
Vikings stir up football fever in London :: Minnesota Vikings help gain further ground in the NFL's sporting invasion of the British Isles.
Gun battle erupts in northern Mali :: A gun battle erupts between Malian soldiers and suspected separatist rebels in Kidal in the north, sparking fears that the violence could escalate.
Kerry sees potential for quick Iran nuclear deal :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/LdS5W_lPtCw/story01.htm
Few opting out of workplace pensions :: Fewer people than expected are choosing to opt out of new workplace pension schemes under auto-enrolment, according to official figures.
Young mums 'boost child death risk' :: Children born to mothers under 30 are more likely to die than those born to older mums, a report on child mortality in the UK suggests.
Teachers 'may like performance pay' :: Teachers could be won over to performance related pay but need reassurance about its fairness and efficiency, claims a right-leaning think tank.