Kristoffer Broberg beat Patrick Reed in a play-off to claim his first European Tour title.
A chain-mail coif can work for the 21st century, as a cable-knit hoodie
Half a million 15-year-olds were tested in 65 countries - and we were 26th in maths and 23rd in reading
Air pollution hits severe levels as residents told to avoid outdoor activities
More than 10 people have died from heatstroke as temperatures soar to nearly 41C
Shares in China plunged 5 per cent amid warnings from the government there that it would not "wet nurse" the economy back to health - sending global stock markets headed into further turbulence.
Possibly to illustrate the point that “Britain’s role in the world” is very much a work in progress these days, David Cameron made a speech about it on a building site.
Although the 100m sprinter will not stop talking
And you thought it was confusing in English...
Ivorian striker was announced as a Galatasaray player this week
Lawyers at global firm Hogan Lovells's Shanghai office have been told to be there by 9.15am – or else
China says it will seek a higher "quality and efficiency" of growth next year, signaling new leaders may accept a reduced pace of expansion in exchange for a more sustainable model.
Big in 2013: Montenegro
Graeme McDowell believes the International Olympic Committee should step in to resolve the debate over whether he and the world No 1 Rory McIlroy should represent Britain or Ireland at the 2016 Olympics.
World No 1 heads strong field in Shanghai this week looking to cement his lead in Race to Dubai
Waking up in the super-sleek bed in my room at The Waterhouse (1-3 Maojiayuan Road; 00 86 21 6080 2988; waterhouseshanghai.com) leaves me delightedly confused – the last time I awoke in Shanghai I was in a grotty hostel. This time around, we're poshing out at the minimalist boutique hotel in the up-and-coming Cool Docks – a refurbished part of Shanghai's South Bund.