A man who blew himself up in Iraq two days ago was Ronald Fiddler, an ex-Guantanamo Bay inmate, the BBC understands.
They want to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage and vow to fight the decision.
The memos take a much tougher approach towards enforcing existing US immigration measures.
Police say two armed men helped killer Shaun Walmsley escape while on a hospital visit.
An Irish woman who found a five-pound note engraved with a portrait of Jane Austen donates it to charity.
Two accounts that stole pictures of a sick child and falsely claimed he had cancer are deleted by Facebook.
The European Commission's president warns of a "tough" two-year divorce negotiation with the EU.
The children of a couple from south Wales found murdered in South Africa say they cannot understand how "something so violent could happen".
Firebrand editor admits "poor choice of words" in paedophilia controversy.
A man had an extraordinary escape when a car crashed through a shop window in New York.
The police officers stopped to buy a cup of tea before attending a 999 call to a suicidal woman.
Sutton accept the resignation of pie-eating keeper Wayne Shaw, who is under investigation for potentially breaching betting rules.
Han Solo is back in the cockpit in the first official snap from the next Star Wars spin-off film.
BBC coverage of latest developments
'Anna' was trafficked from Albania into the UK last year by someone pretending to be her boyfriend.
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells tells Holyrood that coming to terms with being gay as a young teenager took her to a "dark and confusing place".
Sutton United have accepted the resignation of reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, who is under investigation for potentially breaching betting rules.
Grime star Stormzy talks to BBC News about his music and global recognition ahead of the Brit Awards.
The 600 tonne bridge across the River Irwell will link Manchester's Victoria and Piccadilly stations.
Children's birthday parties are getting expensive in some countries - but how much would you spend keeping up with the Joneses?
British businesses could be losing out on a potential £420 million a week by failing to target disabled consumers.
The TV and radio host has written a personal book on coping with depression.
A British suicide bomber makes many of the front pages, while others warn of the incoming Storm Doris.
Brave Lt BJ Gruber, of Marion, Ohio, offered up his help without realising the subject was maths.
Jago Lawless has had an £80 fine overturned and some parking spaces will now be repainted.
Thousands of people gathered in Seger Beach in Indonesia to catch and eat sea worms, a symbol of prosperity.
LensCulture has announced the winners of its annual Exposure Awards, showcasing the best in contemporary photography.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Love".
Stickers are appearing on egg boxes to clarify that previously free range hens have been kept indoors.
After the actress ate a spider's leg, we look at whether the UK should embrace eating insects.
How cloud computing is speeding up the development of potentially life-saving drugs.
More than 600 black South Africans drowned in WW1 when their ship was struck by a Royal Mail vessel. But why did the captain blamed for the tragedy do nothing to help?
Brazilian Ricardo Shimosakai is a tourist agent who specialises in finding holiday packages for people with mobility issues.
The new Trump presidency could have profound implications for US relations with Iran, says the BBC's Kambiz Fattahi.
An albino hunted for her body parts tells the BBC she lives in fear after surviving a kidnap attempt in Malawi.
How do you make home appliances safe from hackers? Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen has a plan.
Losing its most cherished prize will present IS with an existential challenge, says Renad Mansour.
The story behind the compiler, a remarkable innovation that made modern computing possible.
Vice-President Mike Pence represents the new Donald Trump administration at the Munich Security Conference.
Aggregate figures exclude inflation and an adjustment for successful appeals.
How Brexit might create complications for the way food in the UK is labelled.
The UK's next top police officer will be chosen on Wednesday - who are the contenders?
Internet "supervillain" Milo Yiannopoulos is dropped from a conference and has a book deal cancelled.
As taxi app Uber faces claims of workplace sexism, is harassment really rife in Silicon Valley?
The US president calls the media "enemies of the people" - a phrase favoured by Stalin and Mao.
Profile of Unilever, the business behind brands from Marmite to Pot Noodle and Persil.
Man City twice come from behind to beat Monaco in a thrilling Champions League last 16 first-leg tie at the Etihad Stadium.
The resignation of 'piegate' keeper Wayne Shaw following Sutton United's FA Cup heroics is devastating, says manager Paul Doswell.
British Cycling is accused by the chief executive of UK Sport of watering down the findings of an internal review in 2012.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has not ruled out captain Wayne Rooney leaving the club this month.