Ebola cases are now being treated in Africa, Europe and the US. BBC News looks at the difference in the standard of care.
Kenya's high court orders education authorities to amend the name on a school certificate of a woman who was born male.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani calls for more academic freedom in his country's universities and a lifting of unnecessary restrictions.
MEPs hold a hearing with Italy's Federica Mogherini, the nominated Vice-President of the European Commission.
A man who swallowed a frog and a lizard for the Neknominate online drinking game, is ordered to carry out community service.
The BBC's Claire Marshall takes a closer look at how you go about injecting a tree with a prototype fungicide, derived from garlic, as part of the fight against ash dieback.
How the quality of university courses in the UK is checked could be overhauled in the next few years.
A 100-year-old woman takes a high speed spin at Snetterton Circuit as part of her adrenalin fuelled centenary birthday celebrations.
The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar, who has been reporting from Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone, explains how the BBC is covering the crisis safely.
US-born neuroscientist John O'Keefe loves Ordnance Survey maps. Why?
A Franciscan friar and about 20 parishioners have been abducted by jihadist rebels in north-western Syria, the Custody of the Holy Land says.