Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes suffered no injuries after going missing from his Majorcan home but will continue to be monitored by doctors.
UK productivity remains subdued despite some signs that things are improving, official figures show.
France suspends two of its soldiers over allegations they sexually abused children, including a five-year-old girl, in Burkina Faso.
A mass of hot air moving north from Africa drives up temperatures across Europe, with Paris seeing temperatures approaching 40C.
Mainland Chinese shares fall 5.2% reversing many of the gains seen a day earlier.
Indonesian officials says 141 bodies have been recovered after a military plane crashed into houses in Medan on Tuesday, with no known survivors.
Australian broadcaster ABC says it was wrong to allow an acquitted terror suspect to appear on live TV, a case which sparked a free speech debate.
Toyota's managing officer Julie Hamp resigns from the company after she was arrested last month for allegedly bringing illegal drugs into Japan.
Eurozone ministers are to discuss a Greek request for a new two-year bailout, hours after it became the only EU economy to miss a crucial IMF debt payment.
Hollywood couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner say they have made "the difficult decision to divorce" after 10 years of marriage.
China passes a wide-ranging and controversial new national security law, tightening control of areas including cyber space among other areas.
Greece misses a deadline for a €1.5bn (£1.1bn) payment to the International Monetary Fund, as eurozone ministers refuse to extend its bailout.
A deadline to reach agreement over Iran's nuclear programme is extended until 7 July, with Russia saying a deal is "within reach".
Leicester sacked Nigel Pearson because of damage to the club's reputation, including his son's involvement in a racist sex tape.
The American Ballet Theatre has named Misty Copeland its principal dancer - the first time a black ballerina has held the prestigious role.
Landslides triggered by heavy rains have killed at least 38 people in India's tea-growing region of Darjeeling, police say.
Who holds the key to England reaching the Women's World Cup final? And who stands in their way?
Sunderland band Frankie and the Heartstrings seek a new home for their record shop Pop Recs Ltd after the current premises was sold for student flats.
Fergus Walsh reports from one of the world's poorest nations, Chad in central Africa, to see the effects of extreme hunger.
A court in South Korea rejects an attempt by US activist investor fund Elliot to stop a shareholder vote on a proposed $8bn merger of two key Samsung Group firms.