Austria and Germany have agreed to let thousands of migrants in Hungary cross their borders.
Britain will take in "thousands more" refugees from camps on the Syrian border after the Government came under pressure to do more amid Europe's unfolding migration crisis.
The suffering of those affected by the refugee crisis gripping Europe has galvanised tens of thousands of Britons into raising funds and gathering supplies to help the humanitarian relief effort.
Hugo Boss has been fined £1.2m for health and safety breaches after the death of a four-year-old boy at one of its stores.
Footage from the cockpit of a jet which crashed at an airshow showed it "appeared to be responding to the pilot's control inputs".
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Brighton have been rewarded for their excellent start to the Championship with a double win in the first Sky Bet Football League monthly award presentations of the season.
Captain Eoin Morgan thinks his England side are better than they showed during their 59-run defeat to Australia in the first one-day international at the Ageas Bowl.
Bayern Munich turned down an extremely lucrative offer for Thomas Muller this summer, according to president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Real Madrid President Florentino Perez has described Manchester United's handling of the proposed David de Gea transfer as a "disgrace".
Star Wars fanatics have queued through the night to be among the first to get their hands on toys from the new film in the series.
TV presenter Cat Deeley is expecting a baby.
The director of Taylor Swift's latest music video has defended the singer after she was accused of creating a African colonial fantasy in the video.
Avril Lavigne has announced that she has split from her husband of two years, the Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger.
Mel Gibson will not be charged over a claim he shoved and abused a photographer who took photos of him and his new girlfriend.
World stock markets have dropped on new US employment figures, seen as crucial in determining whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this month.
New car sales accelerated by almost 10% in August, according to industry figures, as a separate report highlighted the damage caused to high street spending by wet summer weather.
Apple has submitted a patent application for a fuel cell system which could power its devices for "weeks".
A French payments processing group has lined up financing from a trio of banks for a £6bn-plus all-cash takeover bid for Worldpay, its British rival.
British technology company Dyson has made a record profit of more than £350m thanks to China's burgeoning middle class.
A new homeowner had a shock when one of the world's largest spiders arrived in a box in the post.
Scientists researching changes in polar weather have been left trapped in their Russian base by at least five hungry polar bears looking for food.
One of the UK's army regiments has a new - slightly unusual - Lance Corporal: a ram who has been promoted for "exceptional performance" and "good behaviour".
Scientists have discovered the fossilised remains of a giant sea scorpion which lived 467 million years ago during a dig in north-east Iowa.
A news presenter was left speechless on-air after watching footage of a great white shark jumping out of the water.
The father who pulled his wife and eight-month-old son on to the tracks at a Hungarian railway station has told Sky News he did it because he wished they were all dead.
The aunt of two small boys who drowned trying to reach Greece after fleeing the war in Syria has pleaded with Canada to improve its asylum application process.
Escorted from trains by riot police at Munich station, they have finally made it to western Europe.
Five American students who took a wrong turn near the West Bank city of Hebron had to picked up by the Israeli military after their car was firebombed.