David Cameron holds what are described as "open and frank" talks with the Belgian prime minister as he meets more of his counterparts over his plans for EU reform.
A teacher is stabbed with a knife and a pupil is being hunted by detectives in Bradford.
Israel denies it bugged talks on Iran's nuclear programme, after a security company said a computer virus hacked the venues of the negotiations.
Chris Hemsworth will play the receptionist in director Paul Feig's female reboot of Ghostbusters.
Further cuts to government spending will be needed beyond this parliament in order to bring the national debt under control, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has warned.
A cyber-attack on the German parliament uncovered a month ago is still stealing data from Bundestag computers, report German media.
Greece's state broadcaster ERT goes back on air, two years after being closed down under austerity measures.
At least 20 Druze villagers have been shot dead by the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front in north-western Syria, activists say.
Wicketkeeper Matt Prior, who helped England win three Ashes series, announces his retirement from cricket.
Social news site Reddit shuts down five of its forums because they were being used to "harass individuals".
France's prime minister says he will pay €2,500 (£1,825) for taking his children on trip by government jet to the Champions League final in Berlin.
Annual census figures show the primary school population rises to the highest levels since the 1970s, with more super-sized schools and over-sized classes.
Police are investigating the apparent pesticide poisoning of four abandoned siblings in rural south-west China.
Greece's state broadcaster ERT has gone back on air, two years after being closed down under austerity measures.
Clear new laws are needed to cover security services' powers to monitor people's online activity, the UK's terror watchdog says.
The European Commission open a formal antitrust investigation into Amazon's e-book business amid concern the online retailer stifles competition.
The Official Chart on BBC Radio 1 is moving from Sundays to Fridays on 10 July, to tie in with the new global music release day.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls for a new government "as soon as possible", after his AK party lost its majority in elections.
Is Copa America is at the heart of even more bribery?
UN envoy Said Djinnit steps down as mediator in the Burundi crisis - a demand of those opposed to the president's third-term bid.