In a NATO airstrike in Kunduz, Doctors Without Border (MSF) hospital was accidentally bombed: 22 people were killed.
Twelve Pacific Rim countries - including the USA and Japan - reached an agreement on creating a free-trade treaty: the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
In Ankara, two explosions hit a peace rally protesting against the war between the government and the PKK: 106 dead and 245 wounded. It is the deadliest attack in the history of the country.
US computer-manufacturing company Dell bought EMC Corp for $67bn, a US company that provides IT services: it is the biggest tech deal of all time.
President Barack Obama announced the slowdown of troop withdrawal from Afghanistan: they will not leave the country by 2016, as planned.
The border with Croatia was closed to face the flow of migrants who wanted to enter the Schengen area: they will only be able to appeal for asylum to the government.
Aleksandr Lukashenko was re-elected for the fifth time as president with 83.5% of the vote. Voters were more than 86% of people entitled to vote.