UN chief Ban Ki-moon delivers a warning that Yemen is "burning", as Houthi rebels miss the first day of talks in Geneva on the Yemen conflict.
Two teenagers are badly injured in separate shark attacks at a popular seaside resort in the US state of North Carolina.
At least 23 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in suicide attacks in the Chadian capital N'Djamena, officials say.
British singer Ed Sheeran surprises a young girl in Canada by performing an impromptu duet with her at a shopping mall.
German and EU officials vent their frustration, with time running out for reaching a Greek debt deal, as Greece's leader tells creditors to get real.
Rachel Dolezal, the activist in America who was at the centre of a row after allegations she had been "pretending to be black", has stepped down from her role.
Community leaders speak of their shock at hearing that a Yorkshire teenager has apparently become Britain's youngest suicide bomber during an attack in Iraq.
Thousands of people living close to the Mount Sinabung volcano in Indonesia are forced to flee their homes after it begins erupting violently.
Claims that Russia and China have accessed documents stolen by whistleblower Edward Snowden are a "smear" by UK "cowards", a journalist says.
Up to 20 people are missing after a deadly flood swept through Georgia's capital Tbilisi, with escaped zoo animals still on the loose, officials say.
Briton Thomas Evans was among 11 al-Shabab fighters killed during an attack on a military base in Kenya, officials in the country confirm.
A teenager who died in the Hillsborough disaster tried in vain to save her younger sister as the crush worsened, the inquests hear.
Hudson's Bay, owner of luxury retail chain Saks Fifth Avenue, to spend £2.03bn on Germany's biggest chain, Kaufhof.
The roof a 19th Century basilica in the French city of Nantes has been destroyed by a fire which engulfed the building.
Former Brazil midfielder Zito, a two-time World Cup winner who scored in the 1962 final, dies at the age of 82.
The lead counsel for Darfur rebels at the International Criminal Court says that the arrest warrant "had an effect" on Omar al-Bashir.
Nepal has reopened prominent heritage sites in the Kathmandu valley to the public, in a bid to attract tourists after April's devastating earthquake.
British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is fined and banned after admitting driving at 90mph in the south of Scotland.
The Islamist militant who ordered a deadly attack on an Algerian gas plant in 2013 has been killed in a US air strike in Libya, officials there say.
Greek leader Alexis Tsipras says his government will wait patiently for creditors to become "realistic", after debt talks in Brussels fail.