Russia claims to have evidence that contradicts a UN report on Syria's chemical weapons, Brazil pays the US back for spying on its president, Mexico is flooded, and how a clown is terrorizing one UK town.
A team of UN inspectors tours the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, the high-profile trial of China's Bo Xilai draws to a close, and a lawsuit by disgruntled "Trump University" alumni.
Italy's convicted former prime minister remains defiant after losing his final appeal; Zimbabwe's vote is either a "huge farce" or "free and honest," depending on who you believe; US embassies get a warning; and Vladimir Putin is no longer the biggest fish in the pond.
Russia convicts a dead man of tax fraud in a case that has put it at odds with the US, Egypt expects to receive American fighter jets, protesters scale one of Europe's tallest skyscrapers, and North Korea makes loving your country an art form.
Bangladeshi workers vent their anger at last week's building collapse, the world seeks evidence that Syria has crossed its red line, Venezuelan lawmakers use their fists, and Psy is a real-life cartoon hero.