Pakistan's prime minister calls for urgent measures as a heatwave in Sindh province claims 450 lives.
The UK government's stake in Lloyds Banking Group has fallen to below 17% after more shares were sold to private investors.
Cross-Channel ferries are disrupted after strike action in France, while an incident in a terminal is reported by Eurotunnel.
Sean Combs is arrested in LA after being accused of getting into a fight with his son's American football coach.
Many members of the Masai tribe, traditionally a culture centred around farming, living in Dar es Salam have turned to a different profession, hairdressing.
Bookmaker Ladbrokes says it is in talks with Gala Coral Group over a possible merger.
Canadian DJ Joel Zimmerman, also known as Deadmau5, settles his trademark "mouse head" dispute with Disney.
BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter takes on the Chambers Bay course that caused so much controversy at the US Open.
Greece looks set to swerve round the looming disaster of failing to repay 1.5bn euros to the IMF - but this tragic drama isn't over yet.
James Horner, the Hollywood composer who wrote the score for the Oscar-winning film hit Titanic, dies in a plane crash in California.
As it grapples with a growing number of Australian citizens joining Islamic militants, the government is rewriting its citizenship laws.
A dozen Northern Ireland councils saw staff absenteeism rise last year, with the problem the worst in Ballymoney Borough Council, according to a report from the local government auditor.
Japanese firm SoftBank will team up with Taiwan's Foxconn and India's Bharti Enterprises to invest $20bn in solar power projects in India.
The organisation representing Wales' biggest employers calls for "reassurance" about the delivery of the planned M4 relief road after the minister in charge announces she is to step down.
Flights from Cardiff to Norwich are shelved just two months after they began because the service is not profitable, the firm running it says.
Nato tests its new rapid reaction force for the first time amid growing tensions with Russia.
Sixteen months after he was forced from office, Ukraine's former President Viktor Yanukovych gives his first interview to western media.
A scientific journal calls for the film Interstellar to be shown in school science lessons.
A bid to start the first fracking operation in the UK for four years will be scrutinised by a council later.
The US says an air strike in Iraq has killed an Islamic State militant linked to a 2012 attack on a US diplomatic compound in Libya.