More than 100 more cases and 34 deaths from the new respiratory disease Mers has been reported by officials in Saudi Arabia.
A law graduate who falsely accused her boyfriend of rape as an excuse for failing her legal exams is jailed.
Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri Maliki tells the BBC that he hopes jets from Russia and Belarus will turn the tide against rebels in the coming days.
Luis Suarez may feel hard done by, but Fifa had to take a stand, says Phil McNulty. But what now for the Liverpool striker?
The German government cancels a contract with US based Verizon over privacy concerns.
A consortium of 40 UK-based companies develop Hypercat, a new way for apps and devices to consult each other.
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks and husband Charlie make statement after being cleared of all charges in the phone-hacking trial.
Actress Lindsay Lohan is to make her West End and stage debut later this year in a production of David Mamet's Speed-The-Plow.
Ex-News International chief Rebekah Brooks says "I am innocent of all charges" and "vindicated" after hacking trial
Nigeria midfielder Michael Babatunde is ruled out of the rest of the World Cup because of a fractured wrist.
EU leaders commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI in Ypres, Belgium, ahead of an EU summit dominated by talks on the Commission leadership.
Nabeel Rajab, one of the most prominent opposition activists in Bahrain, has been speaking after being released from jail.
Festival goers arrive at Glastonbury
Journalists and diplomats from more than 17 countries attend a meeting organised by the UN Correspondents Association to show solidarity with the three imprisoned Al Jazeera journalists.
Rafael Nadal fights back to beat Lukas Rosol and avoid a repeat of his shock Wimbledon defeat by the unseeded Czech two years ago.
A Kenyan regional governor is charged with terrorism and murder over attacks near Lamu in which scores were killed.
European Union leaders are taking part in a ceremony in Ypres to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.
Millions of Americans are expected to take time out from work to watch their team's crucial World Cup match against Germany in Brazil.
Areas planted with coca, the raw ingredient for cocaine, have dropped in two of the three top cocaine producer countries in South America, UN figures suggest.
Scientists in Brazil have developed a quick way to make sure your sunglasses are protecting your eyes from the sun's harmful rays.