Andy Murray beats Vasek Pospisil under the Centre Court roof to set up a Wimbledon semi-final against Roger Federer.
US carrier United Airlines resumes flights nearly two hours after suffering a "network connectivity issue" that grounded all of its planes.
A French court suspends a ballot by the far-right Front National party on whether to expel its honorary president, Jean-Marie Le Pen.
Seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer continues his impressive progress as he sweeps aside Gilles Simon to reach the semi-finals.
A church run by the popular Nigerian evangelist TB Joshua should be prosecuted after one of its buildings collapsed, killing more than 100 people, a coroner rules.
Heroin use in the US has surged in the past decade as experts say people using opioid painkillers are increasingly turning to heroin as a cheaper high.
Cyclists in Paris are to be allowed to ride through red lights after tests showed the move would not lead to accidents.
Nick Kyrgios says he is "really shocked" by the level of criticism he has received following his exit from Wimbledon.
A single mother in Piraeus is among those falling into arrears in Greece. She earns about 10 euros a week and depends on charity for food and basic supplies.
China's regulators take fresh steps to try to stem losses in the country's financial markets after shares plunge to nearly 30% off their June peak.
Myanmar will go to the polls on 8 November in its first open general election since 1990, officials say.
A statue of Bill Cosby is removed from a Disney theme park in the wake of sexual abuse revelations.
One woman's emotional domestic violence plea
Subway suspends its relationship with its long time spokesman Jared Fogle after authorities searched his home as part of a child pornography case.
Malaysian police raid the office of a state investment fund as part of an inquiry into corruption claims involving Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Dozens of soldiers have been killed in an air strike by a Saudi-led coalition on an army base in southern Yemen, reports say.
Some 240 people, mainly Christians, have been brought out of Syria's second city of Aleppo and taken to Belgium in a secret, two-month operation.
A 17-year old hacker is punished for hijacking thousands of email accounts, disrupting websites, and stealing credit card details, but avoids a jail sentence.
Former Irish Prime Minister (Taoiseach) Brian Cowen says the impact of the financial crisis in the Republic of Ireland could not have been avoided.
Reduce the public sector, transform public banks, open up professions for young people, end the privileges of ship owners, the Orthodox Church and others, Liberal MEP Guy Verhofstadt demanded.