Follow more international news updates on Sept 24:
8.22 pm: US President Barack Obama concludes his speech at UNGA, while giving a strong anti-ISIS message to the world.
7.45 pm: US President Barack Obama addresses United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, asks world to jointly fight against ISIS and destroy it.
7.00 pm: King of Bhutan Jigmer Khesar expresses his condolences over the loss of lives in Jammu and Kashmir floods.
6.00 pm: US-led airstrikes target 10 ISIS positions in Syria.
5:00 pm: Police forces in EU make 1,000 arrests in biggest-ever coordinated crackdown on organised crime, Europol says.
4:35 pm: Airstrikes target ISIS near Syria-Turkey border.
4:05 pm: Walmart is set to offer checking accounts.
3:45 pm: French court suspends corruption case against ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy.
3:31 pm: Killers of Venezuelan beauty queen shot dead with her British partner given lengthy jail terms.
3:11 pm: Warplanes flying from Turkey attack IS targets in Syria.
2:55 pm: Turkey denies Islamic State targets in Syria have been attacked from its airspace.
2:14 pm: Chinese media criticise the West for not "assuming responsibilities" on climate change.
1:55 pm: Airstrikes destroy militant hideouts in Pakistan.
1:35 pm: Air strikes overnight hit Islamic State-held areas in Syria near border with Turkey, activists in Syria say.
1:10 pm: China's Buddhist temple receives holy relic from Thailand.
12:45 pm: Chinese president stresses preservation of native culture.
12:21 pm: Japanese university to begin course in wine science.
12:10 pm: President of the United States of America -- Barack Obama is likely to seek Prime Minister of India -- Narendra Modi's support in its fight against ISIS.
11:00 am: Myanmar calls for agricultural growth in ASEAN countries.
10:35 am: Ebola outbreak dents West Africa's already weak healthcare systems.
10:15 am: US condemns China jail term for Uighur scholar Ilham Tohti.
10:00 am: Australian teen shot dead after stabbing police officers was "known terror suspect", officials say.