The gunman who killed 38 at a beach near the Tunisian city of Sousse had help, officials say, as security is stepped up at tourist sites.
Fergal Keane travels to the hometown of Seifeddine Rezgui to see what could have turned the student into a killer.
Greek banks are to remain closed and capital controls will be imposed, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says.
Chile's Gonzalo Jara is banned for three matches for appearing to poke his finger against Edinson Cavani's backside.
Chris Squire, the bass guitarist and co-founder of 1970s British progressive rock band Yes, has died at the age of 67, his bandmates say.
England defender Lucy Bronze says the team have no fears about facing reigning world champions Japan in Wednesday's semi-final.
England's Mark Wood says a past incident with Shane Watson has him looking forward to bowling to the Australian in the Ashes.
The number of Britons killed in the Tunisian beach attack will rise to at least 30, the BBC understands.
Second New York State prison escapee David Sweat is in custody after being shot by police near the Canadian border, US media report.
Why the emergency closure of banks tomorrow in Greece is such bad news for it and the wider eurozone.
Australia reviews its organ donation scheme
How the pop singer put the spotlight on a Chinese designer
A solar-powered plane takes off from Japan for a second attempt at a record-breaking flight across the Pacific Ocean.
Teams of security officials are on their way from Britain to Tunisia to help investigate last week's attack on a beach resort in Sousse, which claimed 38 lives.
Florence and the Machine return to the top of the UK album chart, after their Glastonbury festival appearance prompts a late sales boost.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray reflects on how Wimbledon changed his life 10 years ago.
As Serena Williams pursues the true tennis Grand Slam, BBC tennis correspondent Russell Fuller assesses what the achievement would mean.
Two survivors of the Tunisia beach attack, Becky Catterick and Mark Barlow, describe how local shopkeepers helped them escape the gunman.
Greek banks will remain closed on Monday, the head of the Piraeus Bank says, amid growing fears of a Greek default and possible exit from the eurozone.
Turkish police have used water cannons, tear gas and rubber bullets to clear a gay pride rally from Istanbul's central square.