A huge number of lorries queued on the M20 in Kent overnight as part of Operation Stack.
The BBC meets one woman running her own manufacturing plant near the city of Pune. Satya Vadlamani is the managing director of Murli Krishna Pharma.
The UK box office sees a 10% rise in ticket sales in the first half of the year, compared to the same period in 2014.
The death toll from a boat crash on the River Nile in Egypt rises to 29, as the search for more bodies continues.
The draw for the 2018 World Cup qualification campaign will take place in the Russian city of St Petersburg on Saturday.
Visa's chief executive has lambasted Fifa for "not living up to standards" and "lack of awareness" of the seriousness of charges of corruption against it.
In an era of digital disruption to the news industry, with readers and advertisers melting away, one British newspaper has managed to prosper more than most.
The English vaulting champion who is training for the European Games next month said combining her two loves of horses and gymnastics is "second nature".
The Iraq Inquiry will require "additional assistance" from the government to complete its work, its chairman Sir John Chilcot says.
US President Obama tells the BBC he will continue to deliver his "blunt message" about gay rights and discrimination on his trip to Kenya and Ethiopia.
Taxi-booking app Uber is hit with £198m joint legal action by taxi drivers in Canada's biggest city Toronto.
Fabian Delph's Manchester City debut ends after 18 minutes as he suffers a hamstring injury against Real Madrid.
Sergio Perez escapes unhurt after a scary crash in first practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
A university lecturer based in north Wales is in a critical condition after falling ill during a visit to China.
A nationwide hunt is under way for a vicar who went on the run on the day he was convicted of pocketing £24,000 of church fees for weddings and funerals.
A Bill Cosby biography has its celebrity endorsements removed following the recent claims against the comedian of sexual assault - it will also not get a paperback edition.
EU negotiators arrive in Athens to begin discussions on a third Greek bailout, after parliament agreed to creditors' demands.
The UK housing market "is beginning to hot up again" as mortgage approvals rose by 8% in a year, a banking body says.
As thousands head off on their summer holidays, air traffic control in the UK is expecting its busiest day.
West Brom suspend takeover talks with an unnamed bidder as hopes of new owners being in place this month recede.