A security firm reports finding evidence of Trojan malware being used to steal money from 190 customers of a major European bank.
LeBron James is opting out of the final two years of his contract, worth £25m, with Miami Heat.
In Nepal, a group of human trafficking victims have formed a circus company which is giving them a new lease of life.
Gunmen open fire on a passenger plane arriving at Peshawar in Pakistan from Saudi Arabia, with one person killed and at least two injured.
Andy Murray's next opponent, Blaz Rola, says his motivation is "off the charts" for the second round match at Wimbledon.
German artist Thomas Ganter wins the £30,000 annual BP Portrait Award for his painting of a homeless man entitled Man With A Plaid Blanket.
How Islam influenced Aboriginal mythology
The crew of the Asiana flight that crashed in San Francisco "over-relied on automated systems" the head of the US transport safety agency says.
Spain is to return to Colombia 691 smuggled indigenous artefacts seized from drug gangs in a police operation in 2003.
A working draft of one of Bob Dylan's most popular songs, Like a Rolling Stone, sets a record at auction for a popular music manuscript.
The US secretary of state tells the BBC there must be regional unity to expel Isis rebels, as he holds talks with Kurdish leaders in north Iraq.
England end their poor World Cup 2014 campaign with a goalless draw against Costa Rica to finish bottom of Group D.
Diego Godin's late header sends Uruguay through at the expense of 10-man Italy after another controversial Luis Suarez incident.
France has agreed to sell a stake of at least 3.1% in gas utility GDF Suez to help finance the purchase of a share in engineering group Alstom.
England lose off the penultimate ball as Sri Lanka win a thrilling second Test at Headingley to secure a series victory.
More than 60 women and children have been abducted in northern Nigeria by suspected militant Islamists, residents and officials say.
The World Cup match between USA and Portugal on Sunday, which finished with high drama, was the most viewed football game in US history, provisional figures suggest.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is found guilty of conspiring to hack phones while ex-News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks is cleared of all charges.
Yaya Toure criticises Man City again, Arsenal hold talks with Alexis Sanchez, Rio Ferdinand in line for QPR move, plus more.
A futuristic network of cars that will travel through the sky above Tel Aviv is to be built in Israel.