China's stock market woes could point to lower growth - but are unlikely to be signs of a recession
Great Britain's Greg Rutherford wins long jump gold at the World Championships in Beijing to claim all four major titles.
Treatment for amputees varies greatly for patients, included injured veterans returning to civilian life, according to charities.
A man is jailed for 18 months after hacking into 900 phones belonging to the insurance company Aviva.
Emergency teams are continuing to comb the wreckage after Saturday's Shoreham air crash, in which at least 11 people are though to have died.
George Osborne says the UK needs to be "better prepared" for global shocks but Labour accuses him of "complacency".
A team of marine life rescuers spend two days in freezing Icelandic waters to free a whale that had become entangled in fishing gear.
A British hostage says he is "delighted and relieved" to be home after being held in Yemen for 18 months.
Usain Bolt, Justin Gatlin, plus Britain's Zharnel Hughes and Danny Talbot, reach the 200m semi-finals at the World Championships.
TV medium Colin Fry dies at the age of 53, his management announces.
A refugee in Hungary has told the BBC how he pushed his grandmother in a wheelchair all the way from Afghanistan.
The Israeli health ministry has ruled that Heinz tomato ketchup must now be sold as "tomato seasoning" in the Middle East country.
Footage showing a man chasing and pushing a female cyclist into traffic following a dispute in east London, has been released.
Islamic State distributes images of what appears to be the destruction of the Temple of Baalshamin at the ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria.
Scottish player Catriona Matthew is among the four wildcards chosen by Europe for September's Solheim Cup against the US.
London's leading shares surge in Tuesday trading, raising hopes that the index's 10-day losing streak might have come to an end.
Greig Laidlaw resumes the captaincy as Scotland make 15 changes to their squad for Saturday's game with Italy.
Former world 400m hurdles champion Dai Greene says he "can't stand the sight" of drugs cheat Justin Gatlin on the start line at athletics events.
European leaders should do more to help migrants by opening up labour markets to those seeking jobs, a UN expert on migrant rights says.
The spin-off series to The Walking Dead draws the biggest audience for a TV premiere in US cable history.