Ant colonies have their own personalities, which are shaped by their environment., a US study suggests.
The communications regulator Ofcom indicates that on average, UK adults spend eight hours and 41 minutes of their day on media devices.
US President Barack Obama has hailed a new emerging Africa, on the last day of a summit in Washington DC with 40 African leaders.
People over 65 who have a severe vitamin D deficiency have double the risk of developing dementia, a study has suggested.
The lawyer for Alan Gross, a US government contractor imprisoned in Cuba, says he does not know how long he will survive in jail.
British aid agencies launch an emergency appeal for people affected by the conflict in Gaza, saying it has created a "humanitarian emergency".
China evacuates almost 900 of its workers caught up in fighting in Libya, a Chinese official tells the BBC, leaving only a few dozen in Tripoli.
Christoph Kepper of Pedia Press talks about his company's ambition to print Wikipedia as a physical book.
The Iron Age Hambledon Hill fort site in Dorset is taken over by the National Trust.
The city of Sheffield is to host the National Summer Games for athletes with learning disabilities in 2017.
Scots are taking up smartphones at a faster rate than any other UK nation, according to a report by regulator Ofcom.
A row breaks out over Glasgow City Council's plans to raise the Palestinian flag over the city chambers on Friday.
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Mayor of London Boris Johnson's announcement that he would once again like to stand for election as an MP makes it on to many front pages.
Nigeria's health minister says Ebola is now a national emergency, as fears rise that the virus is spreading in Africa's most populous country. Tomi Oladipo reports.
Rory McIlroy will start as favourite while Tiger Woods has declared himself fit for the US PGA Championship at Valhalla on Thursday.
Militants with suspected ties to Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram raid a village in northern Cameroon, police say, killing 10 people.