The tale of an "ordinary Yorkshire lad" believed to have become Britain's youngest suicide bomber aged 17 makes front pages.
Owen Bennett-Jones wonders what's next for Turkey's president with the country's diverse political make-up.
A man completes a 1,050-mile charity run dressed as Forest Gump.
The warlord called Vladimir causing alarm in Moscow
How a man in London fooled Iraqi militias with online hoax
Later this year President Xi will make the first state visit by a Chinese leader to the UK for a decade - how have things changed in that time and what are relations like now?
New York's rent regulation fight
Young Syrian refugees in Lebanon express their feelings through photography
How tech can bring Willy Wonka to life
Why the Magna Carta is considered one of the most famous documents in history 800 years after it was signed.
What happens if you're deaf and then go blind?
Warning over 'dodgy' allergy tests
South Korea's Inbee Park wins the Women's PGA Championship for the third time in a row to return to world number one.
Political veteran George Galloway officially enters the race to become the next mayor of London.
The US military says it has successfully targeted an "al-Qaeda operative" with an air strike in Libya.
A holidaymaker has to be rescued for a second day running after getting into trouble on an airbed off the Kent coast.
Indian rape victim's humiliating ordeal
A vast mayfly swarm in the US causes motorcycle crashes and the closure of a Pennsylvania bridge, the authorities there say.
How the funeral went from sad ceremony to a 'celebration of life'
With Lewis Hamilton being asked to “lift and coast” and strategies dominated by tyres, just how much racing do drivers actually do?