Prime Minister David Cameron tells European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker "British people are not happy with the status quo" in Europe.
The death toll in the heatwave sweeping India passes 1,000, with temperatures nearing 50C (122F) in some areas.
Paul Collingwood scores an unbeaten 111 on his 39th birthday to put Durham on the verge of victory at Worcestershire.
French farmer Laurent Rambaud goes on trial accused of killing a suspected truffle thief on his land, but claims he felt threatened by the intruder.
An Italian organised crime boss convicted for more than 20 murders has been caught in Brazil after 31 years on the run.
Half the world's population needs to use them - as pressure mounts in Australia to remove taxes on sanitary products, what is the global situation?
Ukraine's front-line civilians defy bombardment
A leading literary magazine that claimed to have found an unpublished poem by Philip Larkin admits that it was the work of a different writer.
Charter Communications agrees to buy media giant Time Warner Cable in a deal which values the company at $78.7bn.
Eastern Ukraine is enduring a second summer of conflict, as a ceasefire, nominally in place since February, has failed to stop the violence in areas around Donetsk airport.
An elderly woman with cancer was too ill to leave her east Belfast home as the Army tackled a pipe bomb close by on Monday night.
Watford are close to parting company with boss Slavisa Jokanovic despite him leading the club to promotion to the Premier League.
The number of people falling victim to identity theft in the UK has risen by almost a third, new figures suggest.
A Coventry man is convicted of trying to join Islamic State in Syria.
Deutsche Bank is paying $55m (£36m) to settle civil charges by US regulators for allegedly mis-stating financial reports.
The UN children's agency says there has been an "alarming" increase in the number of suicide attacks in northern Nigeria.
Nigeria and Liverpool forward Asisat Oshoala wins the inaugural BBC Women's Footballer of the Year.
Pro-government forces in Iraq launch an operation to drive Islamic State out of the western province of Anbar, days after the fall of Ramadi.
Edinburgh University is to fully divest from three of the world's biggest fossil fuel producers within the next six months.
Pro-government militiamen reportedly drive Houthi rebels out of a city in south Yemen, the first major advance since Saudi-led air strikes began.