Manchester United will play Belgium's Club Brugge in their Champions League play-off, while Celtic face Swedish side Malmo.
A soldier left severely injured and buried under rubble when a mortar bomb hit the building she was guarding in Iraq in 2007 describes her memory of the incident.
Niloy Neel, a Bangladeshi blogger known for his atheist views, is hacked to death in Dhaka - the fourth blogger to be murdered in recent months.
A Japanese court has ruled against a man hoping to claim compensation over lost bitcoins, saying the virtual currency can't be owned.
Bulldozing of Western food divides Russians
Ten-year-old Alzain Tareq from Bahrain becomes the youngest swimmer to compete at a World Championships.
England head coach Tracey Neville will remain with the team for the Netball World Cup after the death of her father.
Islamic State militants have abducted dozens of people, many Christian, from a Syrian town captured on Thursday from pro-regime forces, reports say.
More than 300,000 people have backed an online petition calling on President Putin to give away Western-produced food that it due to be destroyed.
A small 5.6 magnitude earthquake hits eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, killing tow children, Information Minister Lambert Mende says.
Chris Brown's promoter refutes claims he defrauded an influential religious sect in the Philippines.
The UK trade deficit in goods and services almost doubled in June to £1.6bn, from £885m the previous month, the Office for National Statistics says.
Turkey has been taking action against Kurdish fighters that it accuses of launching attacks within Turkey.
The BBC's Richard Westcott speaks to Prof Graham Braithwaite at The Accident Lab at Cranfield University, where air accident investigators are trained.
The Brazilian city of Sao Paulo names its most handsome elderly male, in a twist on the traditional beauty contest designed to promote self-esteem.
Comedian Jon Stewart hosts his final broadcast of the satirical US news programme The Daily Show.
Audience members leaving the final Daily Show with Jon Stewart gave their reactions.
Mainland Chinese shares make solid gains after reports that a government agency and Chinese funds are looking to add billions into the market.
Taiwan's smartphone maker HTC sees its shares fall by 10%, the daily trading limit, in the wake of poor earnings and a weak outlook.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez says John Terry speaking publically about Chelsea's pursuit of defender John Stones is "illegal".