Turkey's government says Islamic State could be behind the Ankara bombing, while the opposition blames the 'deep state' - the BBC examines the claims.
A total of 58 people who had been in close contact with Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, are identified.
A gun-control campaign group objects to the inclusion of a hunting rifle in the proposed new list of official emojis.
Boris Johnson says the price of quitting the EU is "lower than it's even been" - and refuses to rule out spearheading the 'Out' campaign.
British video gamer hopes to set a new world record for the longest game of Minecraft after 35-hour fundraising game.
A gene-editing method could one day make pig organs suitable for use in people, scientists say.
Police stop guarding the Ecuadorean embassy where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has sought refuge since 2012.
Facing Pakistan in the UAE will be harder for England than taking on Australia or South Africa, says Michael Vaughan.
The coke ovens and blast furnace at the Redcar steelworks will close after no viable offers to buy them were received, the Insolvency Service confirms.
A guide to some of the key figures in the campaign to keep the UK in the European Union.
Wheelchair user Josh Gardner tests the strength of airport security by going undercover with secret cameras.
Watch the top plays from week five of the 2015 NFL season, where Larry Donnell makes a fingertip catch to earn New York Giants victory against the San Francisco 49ers.
Zimbabwe says it will not prosecute the US dentist who killed Cecil the lion because he had the proper paperwork allowing him to conduct the hunt.
A major fire rips through the roof of a block of student accommodation in Bristol city centre.
Texas University students plan to take sex toys on campus to protest against a new state law that allows people to carry concealed weapons on college grounds.
Industrial action by junior doctors in England is still on the cards, after union leaders refused to re-enter talks over a new contract.
Matron Tosh Dunholm, who laid a wreath at a ceremony to mark the centenary of the death of nurse Edith Cavell, explains why Ms Cavell means so much to her.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has increased its offer for rival brewer SABMiller to £43.50 a share.
Conflict is "development in reverse" and a key factor that is leaving almost 800 million without enough food, the 2015 Global Hunger Index observes.
Russian air strikes and Iranian support on the ground has put a new spring in the Syrian army's step, as the BBC's Jim Muir reports.