Iranian nuclear talks are set to continue beyond Tuesday's deadline, a senior US official says, with Iran's foreign minister preparing to go home for consultations.
Eighth seed David Ferrer pulls out of Wimbledon with an elbow injury, giving Britain's James Ward a new opponent.
Tributes are paid as more details emerge of the victims of the Tunisia attack which left 38 dead, including 15 Britons.
Andrew Marr, Dominic West and Fiona Shaw will mark National Poetry Day by telling the story of Britain through its poetry on BBC Radio 4.
Kuwait says the attacker who carried out Friday's suicide bombing at a Shia mosque has been identified as a Saudi citizen.
A man is charged with attempted murder after two children are stabbed in Havant.
The European Central Bank is expected to end emergency lending to Greece's banks on Sunday - a move that could lead to its exit from the euro.
Sepp Blatter is urged to stick by his decision to quit as Fifa president amid rumours he is considering re-election.
Taylor Swift is joined on stage by Cara Delevigne, Serena Williams and Kendall Jenner as she wraps up her UK tour.
Musician David Crosby says his friend Joni Mitchell is still unable to speak after being found unconscious in her home two months ago.
Marchers in the Tunisian town of Sousse condemn the killing of 38 people, mostly tourists, by a militant on a nearby beach.
More than 500 people are injured when a fire tears through crowds at a party at a water park outside Taiwan's capital Taipei.
Greece's parliament approves plans for a controversial referendum on creditors' terms for a bailout, as the country faces a possible default.
Greeks will vote next Sunday on the country's bailout programme after a late night sitting of parliament backed plans put forward on Saturday by the Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras.
England's women have matched the men of 1966 and 1990 by reaching a World Cup semi-final, says boss Mark Sampson.
Research says 40% of the poorest boys start schools in England without the language skills they need to learn.
At least 15 Britons are confirmed dead in the Tunisian attacks, the "most significant terrorist attack on British people" since the 7 July 2005 bombings, the government says.
England knock out hosts Canada to reach the Women's World Cup semi-final and book a date with defending champions Japan.
Several people have been arrested on suspicion of involvement with the bombing of a Shia mosque that killed 27 people in Kuwait City.
US rapper Kanye West performs his highly anticipated Glastonbury festival set, telling fans he is "the greatest living rock star on the planet".