Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called a deal on limiting Iran's nuclear programme in return for the lifting of sanctions "a bad mistake of historic proportions".
Popular Mexican singer Joan Sebastian, who won many Grammy awards and was a leading figure in the Latin music world, dies at his ranch aged 64.
The goal to get life-saving HIV treatment to 15 million people by the end of 2015 has been met, says the United Nations Aids agency.
A biopic of artist JMW Turner was the most complained-about film of 2014, the British Board of Film Classification reveals.
One of India's best known composers, MS Vishwanathan, dies in the southern city of Chennai aged 88.
Former England manager Fabio Capello leaves his role as Russia head coach after three years in the post.
Three migrants are injured after a "large number" broke into the French Channel Tunnel terminal.
David Cameron is to press ahead with plans to force large firms to publish data on the gender pay gap among staff, saying he wants to eliminate the problem "within a generation".
A deal on limiting Iran's nuclear programme in return for sanctions relief has been reached at talks in Vienna, diplomats say.
The SNP group at Westminster decides to vote against attempts to relax the ban on fox hunting in England and Wales.
Two journalists are on trial in the southern Thai island of Phuket for allegedly defaming the Thai navy and committing computer crimes.
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider have announced the discovery of a new particle called the pentaquark.
Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli has reported a sharp rise in sales for the first half of 2015, helped by its purchase of US firm Russell Stover.
Anne Soy reports on life in Paynesville, a suburb of Monrovia, where many children have lost their parents and been left with nothing.
Turkey's constitutional court overturns a law closing down a network of schools run by a US-based opponent of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Most Asian stock markets rise following the news of a deal between Greece and its creditors.
Team Sky believe their computers have been hacked by critics convinced Chris Froome is using performance-enhancing drugs.
Fans who queued for the midnight release of Go Set a Watchman explain what Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird means to them.
Police in Shenyang, China shoot dead three "knife-wielding" people, state media says, calling them Xinjiang terrorists.
Australia's Foreign Minister says an Australian woman detained in Abu Dhabi for cybercrime will be deported soon.