Will deal with Boko Haram bring back the girls?
Harlequins kick off the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup with a solid win against French side Castres in Pool Two.
Oyster fishing is set to make a comeback in Wales after marine biologists reintroduced 40,000 oysters into Swansea Bay.
Carmarthenshire Council is investigating a Llanelli taxi driver's secret online review systems of his passengers and their generosity with tips.
A fugitive conman, drug dealer and money launderer from Swansea is extradited to the UK from South Africa after three years on the run.
At least 29 people are known to have died in a deadly storm which hit the popular Annapurna trekking circuit, in the Himalayas
President Barack Obama's credit card was declined at a restaurant in New York City last month, he said.
A father worried about Ebola arriving in the UK takes his daughter out of school because it will not let her wear a facemask.
Search teams in Nepal say they have rescued 60 more trekkers from the Annapurna Circuit, after a deadly storm hit the popular Himalayan route.
Iraqi pilots who joined Islamic State are training its members in Syria to fly three captured fighter jets, a UK-based activist group says.
More than 12,000 pieces of illegal dental equipment have been seized in the UK in the past six months.
The Boarding Schools Association has issued guidance on Ebola after some heads asked how to deal with students returning from affected countries.
Some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week, with your comments.
Thousands of pieces of counterfeit or sub-standard dental equipment imported from China have been seized by regulators.
Credit and debit cards with thumb print sensors built in could one day do away with the need to use codes, PINs and passwords.
A student from Delaware has spent two years constructing Titan City from 4.5 million Minecraft building blocks.
Why Bono always wears shades, and other topical nuggets
Two interpretations of justice on show
A soldier denies helping a comrade accused of murder by lying to a jury about an unusual Army medical technique.
The EU says 30,146 human trafficking victims were detected in Europe over three years - most of them exploited for sex.