The United States has for the first time in recent years given details of its military presence inside Somalia, the BBC's Mark Doyle reports.
UK airports say they are running as usual, after the US urges tightened security amid warnings of a "credible" terrorism threat.
Eugenie Bouchard is Canada's first Grand Slam singles finalist at Wimbledon, where she will face Petra Kvitova on Saturday.
Iraqi officials deny troops have withdrawn from the Saudi border, amid reports that 30,000 Saudi reinforcements have been deployed there.
Amnesty International warns Egypt is suffering a catastrophic decline in terms of human rights, a year after the military ousted President Morsi.
Liverpool finalise the signing of Bayer Leverkusen's Germany under-21 international midfielder Emre Can.
Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner and American World War Two veteran who survived two years as a prisoner of war, dies at the age of 97.
Researchers from an American security company have unearthed a substantial malware-based fraud ring that has potentially stolen $3.75bn from users of payment method Boleto.
South African double amputee Oscar Pistorius has "significant stress and anxiety" because of his disability, a sports doctor tells his murder trial.
The US economy added 288,000 jobs in June, latest figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveal - an encouraging sign after disappointing growth in the first quarter of 2014.
Nicolas Sarkozy on the offensive to save career
The 2011 champion Petra Kvitova beats fellow Czech Lucie Safarova in straight sets to reach the Wimbledon singles final.
The funeral of a Palestinian teenager abducted and killed in Jerusalem is delayed as the authorities carry out a post-mortem examination.
European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi has said eurozone interest rates will stay at their historic low level of 0.15% for an "extended period" of time.
China and South Korea have reaffirmed their opposition to North Korean nuclear tests during a trip by Chinese president Xi Jinping to Seoul.
Satisfaction in the way people are dealt with by the police has dropped significantly in the past three years, a survey suggests.
The German parliament approves the country's first minimum wage, set at a level of 8.50 euros per hour.
Myanmar's second city, Mandalay, is put under curfew after reports of the deaths of two men - one Muslim and the other Buddhist - in clashes.
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Many parts of Greece are facing power cuts, as electricity workers stage rolling strikes in protest at a government privatisation programme.