A series of explosions in north-eastern Nigeria kills about 20 people, reportedly caused by devices found at a former militant camp.
Bloggers say they have been invited to join Apple's news app by email and will be automatically bound to its terms unless they opt out.
An expert tells an inquest he has "little doubt" two soldiers would have survived an SAS selection course if they had been withdrawn earlier.
The first PMQs question to George Osborne is a challenge over house building and housing benefit in London.
One of three Bradford sisters missing with their nine children may already be in Syria, police believe.
The women seeking rich older men to pay their university fees
The chequered career of Top Gear host Chris Evans
Police say they have found "no evidence" to suggest a copy of EL James's latest Fifty Shades novel was stolen ahead of its publication this week.
A paedophile who carried out child sex crimes during stopovers while working as a British Airways pilot is jailed for more than 12 years.
Where White Horse Village once stood - a new city, Wuxi New Town, has emerged in just 10 years.
Nigerian Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest businessman, is planning an attempt to buy Arsenal in the future.
Theo Leggett takes a look at the new Airbus H160 helicopter on display at the Paris Air Show.
David Cameron tells Sir John Chilcot he is "fast losing patience" with the delays in the publication of the Iraq Inquiry report.
Japanese man Hisao Mitani takes his pet, giant African tortoise for a walk on the streets of Tokyo.
Florence and the Machine will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this year, following Foo Fighters' withdrawal from the Friday night slot.
A rebel alliance in southern Syria has begun an offensive against government forces in Quneitra province, near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Snapchat chief executive Evan Spiegel delete every tweet he has ever written to publicise the mobile app that wipes posts after a few seconds.
Stormont's finance committee has agreed to allow finance minister Arlene Foster to rush her new budget bill through the assembly.
An armed thief who robbed an Edinburgh jewellers and hijacked a taxi at gunpoint is jailed for 13 years.
Human rights activists go to court to get Kenya's government to destroy data collected listing children who are HIV positive.