3 Sep. 15; 01:09: Two down, five to go for Serena Serena Williams' quest to win the calendar year grand slam hit a roadblock in the first set Wednesday but she recovered against Kiki Bertens at the U.S. Open.
3 Sep. 15; 00:30: Raped symbol of Libya's revolution jailed Eman al-Obeidi escaped Moammar Gadhafi's dictatorship and became a symbol of freedom of the Libyan revolution. But four years later in America, she is no longer free.
BBC News | Africa
2 Sep. 15; 13:33: DRC 'Terminator' at war crimes trial Former Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda pleads not guilty to all charges at the start of his war crimes trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
2 Sep. 15; 18:52: South Africa race row case dismissed A legal attempt to block the South African team flying to the UK to play in the Rugby World Cup in a row over alleged racial discrimination fails.
2 Sep. 15; 23:49: Chinese navy ships seen off US coast Five Chinese naval ships are spotted for the first time in the Bering Sea off the coast of the US state of Alaska, US defence officials say.
BBC News | Europe
3 Sep. 15; 00:05: Budapest standoff enters second night Angry migrants are stranded outside a Budapest railway station for a second night, as the EU struggles to agree a common response to the refugee crisis.
2 Sep. 15; 17:17: Man arrested for deadly Paris fire French police arrest a man suspected of starting a fire that killed eight people, including two children, in northern Paris.
2 Sep. 15; 23:29: France drops Arafat poisoning probe French judges say they have dropped an investigation into claims that former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was poisoned.