Former Home Secretary Lord Brittan says an historic allegation of rape against him is "wholly without foundation".
Footage showing South African athlete Oscar Pistorius re-enacting the killing of his girlfriend was not obtained illegally, a TV network says.
An extradition hearing for Kim Dotcom, who stands accused of "massive" piracy, has again been delayed.
Artists breathe new life into old tech at Berlin festival
Pink Floyd are to issue an album of unreleased material in October, reveals lyricist Polly Samson.
Ukraine is to blockade the rebel-held regional capitals of Donetsk and Luhansk, a senior official says, after recapturing four towns and cities.
Presenter Vanessa Feltz describes as "vile" the reaction on social media to her claim Rolf Harris assaulted her during a live television interview.
A Eurotunnel train stops in the Channel Tunnel because of a power fault, leaving hundreds of passengers needing to be evacuated from the train and causing lengthy delays.
The chief executive of the German department store Karstadt has stepped down after just six months in the top job.
Was this prince really a nasty piece of work?
Ghana is treating its first suspected case of the Ebola virus that has already killed more than 460 people in three West African states, officials say.
Eduard Shevardnadze, independent Georgia's first head of state. dies at the age of 86, media reports say.
Network Rail is fined £53.1m by the regulator for falling "significantly short" of punctuality targets and failing to deliver on some plans to improve its service.
German industrial production sees its biggest drop in two years in May, weighed down by sharp falls in the construction and manufacturing sectors.
In an unusually quiet 4 July weekend at the North American box office, Transformers: Age of Extinction holds on to the number one spot.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen meets members of the Shia militia group League of the Righteous in Iraq, including its spiritual leader.
A military helicopter has crashed close to the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi, killing 16 people and injuring five others, officials say.
The government announces £6bn of funding for local governments designed to boost local economies.
The leader of a Shia militant group that kidnapped five Britons in Iraq in 2007 and killed four says he is sorry, but blames the UK government for their deaths.