The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
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Chinese state media airs an interview with a Xinjiang man who it says was planning a bomb attack on a shopping centre after receiving training in Syria.
US investment bank Morgan Stanley reports a better-than-expected second-quarter profit thanks to a strong performance by its wealth management division.
Greek banks opened their doors today, but are still unable to provide proper support to households and businesses and will be in intensive care for months.
Instagram apologises to a man after his username is taken over by a footballer with the same name.
The Android version of Microsoft's voice-driven personal assistant Cortana has accidentally been leaked.
In a rarity for the world, two women will compete for Taiwan's presidency in January - the BBC's Cindy Sui asks whether either can heal the deeply divided island.
Summer signings James Milner and Danny Ings score as Liverpool beat Adelaide United 2-0 on their pre-season tour.
The England and Wales Cricket Board announces a £450,000 initiative to promote diversity within the game.
Three men are found guilty of planning to murder two ex-leaders of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA).
Adam Deacon waged a campaign of harassment on social media against his former friend Noel Clarke.
US firefighters have condemned drone owners who flew craft near forest fires and grounded helicopters helping to douse flames.
Prof Stephen Hawking has launched a new effort to answer the question of whether there is life elsewhere in space.
Search teams are continuing to look for three workers still missing after a devastating fire at a mill in Cheshire.
A row erupts over the closure of a public beach on the French Riviera to allow King Salman of Saudi Arabia to holiday in private.
A man appears in court charged with the murder of pensioner Donald Lock in an alleged "road-rage" attack.
Forces loyal to Yemen's exiled government say they have advanced into the last part of the southern city of Aden still held by Houthi rebels.
German anti-euro economist Bernd Lucke founds a new party after being ousted by the Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) that he set up.
Sir Ian McKellen launches a staunch defence of the BBC licence fee saying "we all think we could run it better that it runs itself".
Two Spanish riders die after a multi-bike crash at a World Superbike support event in California on Sunday.
Explosion hits cultural centre in Turkish town of Suruc near Syrian border - fatalities reported