James Garner, the US star of hit TV series The Rockford Files and Maverick and films including The Great Escape, dies aged 86.
Gaza suffers its highest death toll since Israel's offensive began, while Israel announces 13 of its soldiers have been killed since Saturday night.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has said that the area of Shejaiya in Gaza under attack on Sunday is a "terror stronghold" and is a centre for rockets that are fired out to Israel.
Britain and its EU allies will push to tighten sanctions against Russia unless Moscow changes its position on crashed flight MH17, No 10 says.
Gaza has come under the most intense shelling since the launch of Israel's offensive 13 days ago, with more than 50 people reported killed in one district.
Rival militias are locked in battle at Libya's main international airport, with reports of at least four people killed.
Lewis Hamilton fights his way up from 20th to finish third as his team-mate Nico Rosberg wins the German Grand Prix.
Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan apologises and appeals for a six-month ban for "a severe attitude problem" to be cut.
Arsenal's William Carvalho bid rejected, Spurs want Morgan Schneiderlin, Hatem Ben Arfa not given squad number, plus more.
Lewis Hamilton will start the German Grand Prix from 20th place after the gearbox is changed on his Mercedes.
Reliance Industries, one of India's largest conglomerates, reports a sharp rise in profits thanks in part to a turnaround in its oil and gas business.
A US court orders the country's second largest cigarette company to pay huge damages to the wife of a smoker who died of lung cancer.
The biggest typhoon to hit southern China in 40 years kills at least 17 people, after wreaking death and destruction on the Philippines.
BBC services including iPlayer and a variety of online material are still affected by technical problems.
Afghanistan's election commission suspends an audit of votes from June's hotly-disputed presidential run-off because of a "misunderstanding".
More than 66,000 jobs have been created in the UK by foreign businesses over the past year, government figures show.
Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel take four second-innings wickets each to help South Africa beat Sri Lanka in the first Test.
A US court orders the execution of an Arizona death row man to be delayed until he gets more details about the lethal injection procedure he faces.
Manchester United's £27m summer buy Luke Shaw is a "fantastic signing" for the club, says ex-defender Denis Irwin.
Western leaders urge Russia to pressure rebels in Ukraine over access to the Malaysia Airlines crash site, where monitors are being impeded.