Polls close in Indonesia's tight presidential race between Prabowo Subianto and Joko Widodo, with both claiming victory based on unofficial results.
US plane maker Boeing and Emirates Airline finalise a $56bn deal for 150 new 777X mini-jumbo jets.
Dutch seek World Cup victory at all costs
The man leading a review into how the Home Office handled historical allegations of child abuse says people who cover up such crimes should be prosecuted.
A Malaysian MP sparks controversy after he expresses admiration for Germany's win over Brazil in a World Cup semi-final - and Adolf Hitler.
The leaders of France and Germany are to press Ukraine's president to agree to a new truce in eastern Ukraine when they speak by phone on Wednesday.
Three years after independence, South Sudan has little to celebrate as thousands flee civil war and famine into neighbouring Ethiopia.
Brazil's shock 7-1 defeat to Germany becomes the most discussed sports game on Twitter so far, with 35.6 million tweets sent during the match.
All passengers flying into or out of the UK are advised to make sure electronic devices carried as hand luggage are charged before they travel.
A controversial Indian MP is investigated after he said $800 was stolen from his home, but police recover nearly $200,000 in cash, watches and jewellery from the alleged thief.
What happened to the high hopes of South Sudan's independence?
Rebels control a disused factory with deadly nerve agents, Iraq's government confirms, warning it cannot fulfil commitments to destroy the weapons.
Amit Shah, controversial Gujarat politician and a close aide of PM Narendra Modi, is the new chief of India's governing Bharatiya Janata Party.
It is the world's newest country and today marks the third anniversary of South Sudan's independence.
A painting revealed to be a Van Dyck portrait on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow fails to sell at auction in London.
Abnormal drug test results in sport increased by 20% in 2013, according to a report by world anti-doping body Wada.
Australia's immigration minister visits Sri Lanka, as asylum seekers handed over to the Sri Lankan navy say they were abused by Australian officials.
Bolivia has passed a new law, lowering the age of child workers to 12, and in some cases, to 10 years old.
Confrontation with the US would be a "disaster", Chinese President Xi Jinping says, opening an annual dialogue between the two countries.
No attempt to justify Brazil's crushing World Cup defeat