Former Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry looking forward to "spending the next few years at Everton".
A US diplomat ordered to leave Bahrain on Monday after meeting members of a leading Shia opposition group speaks out against the move on Twitter.
A Christian-run bakery that refused a customer's request to make a cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage could face a discrimination case in court.
Islamist al-Shabab militants attack the presidential palace in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, and enter the heavily fortified compound.
Long forgotten vials of smallpox left in a cardboard box are discovered by a government scientist at a research centre near Washington, officials say.
Facebook removes pictures of Kendall Jones posing with dead animals, saying they broke guidelines.
The UK's export finance body is to provide a £1bn line of credit for investment in Indian infrastructure, UK Chancellor George Osborne says.
Iraq's new parliament says it will hold its next session on 13 July, nearly a month earlier than previously agreed, in bid to elect new leadership.
Nike is ending a 13-year deal to manufacture Manchester United's football kit, saying the terms "did not represent good value".
President Barack Obama is expected to ask for $3.7bn (£2.2bn) in extra funding to tackle an immigration crisis at the southern border, where thousands of children have arrived alone.
Work has begun to clean up after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck southern Mexico and Guatemala on Monday.
Ten thousand families have fled the north Yemeni city of Amran to escape a battle between Zaidi Shia rebels and the military, the Red Crescent says.
Ukraine's Defence Minister Valeriy Heletey issues a statement saying Kiev will not negotiate with rebels in the east until they lay down their arms.
Swiss air rescue service Rega lodges a legal complaint after its computer is linked to attempts to sell ex-F1 driver Michael Schumacher's medical file.
All five Garth Brooks' concerts planned for Dublin later this month are cancelled.
Marijuana sales in the western US state of Washington have begun, amid a shortage of the drug in the state.
Iran's supreme leader says it will need more enrichment capacity for its nuclear programme, above limits reportedly sought by world powers.
The Home Office's top civil servant has admitted he is "concerned" over the missing 114 files relating to allegations about historical sex abuse involving politicians.
Under-fire England captain Alastair Cook says he has no intention of stepping down, on the eve of the first Test against India.
Two British men who travelled to Syria to join rebel fighters plead guilty at Woolwich Crown Court to preparing to carry out terrorist acts.