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Greek "Yes" and "No" camps are set to hold major rallies in Athens ahead of Sunday's crucial referendum on bailout terms.
Syria's military carries out a series of air strikes after rebel forces launch a major assault to take control of the northern city of Aleppo.
China will investigate suspected manipulation of the stock market, which has fallen dramatically in the past few weeks, state media report.
Iceland's parliament agrees to abolish its blasphemy laws, despite opposition from some of the country's churches.
A major report warns that life in the seas will be irreversibly changed unless CO2 emissions are drastically cut.
Eurozone business activity rose at its fastest pace in four years in June, boosted by higher spending by consumers and businesses, a survey indicates.
France's President Francois Hollande rejects an appeal by the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to grant him asylum.
The coach of Australian Football League team Adelaide's Crows, Phil Walsh, dies in a stabbing at his home, with his son charged with murder.
The US military says it has killed Tariq al-Harzi, a senior member of Islamic State known as the "emir of suicide bombers".
Authorities in Kenya are beginning a four-day nationwide crackdown against illicitly brewed alcohol following a recent spate of deaths.
Venezuela is facing the prospect of a national beer shortage after striking workers close two major breweries.
Rapper Sean 'P Diddy' Combs will not face assault charges following an incident in June at the University of California, officials say.
The way children sniff different aromas could form the basis of a test for autism, suggest researchers in Israel.
James Johnson, who was paralysed in Afghanistan, is using an exoskeleton to walk again as part of a pioneering programme.
BP has reached an $18.7bn (£12bn) settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
More than 5,000 residents are evacuated in the US state of Tennessee after a train carrying toxic chemicals derails and catches fire.
Colombian coca farmers increased cultivation area by 44% last year for fear any peace deal may lead to eradication, the UN says.
Seven Mexican police officers are charged with torturing witnesses of the Tlatlaya killings to allegedly force them to give false evidence.
A ceremony is held in the Tunisian resort of Sousse to remember the 38 people killed in an Islamist attack a week ago.
A photo is released of a car which smashed through the roof of a house in South Africa's coastal city Durban.
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt asks why India has still not published a vast survey of women and children carried out by the government in Delhi and the UN.
Australia's national carrier, Qantas, will pay a one-off bonus payment of about 90m Australian dollars to employees affected by an 18-month wage freeze.
Malaysia says it wants to set up an international criminal tribunal to prosecute those suspected of having shot down flight MH17.
A minute's silence is to be held across the UK at midday to remember the 38 people killed in the Tunisian beach attack a week ago, including 30 Britons.
The Islamic State group publishes photos of militants destroying what it says are six statues looted from the ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria.
Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, one of the world's richest people, says he will donate his entire $32bn fortune to charity.
The Queen and David Cameron join a minute's silence across the UK to remember those killed in the Tunisia beach attack a week ago, including 30 Britons.
The chief executive of charity Kids Company, whose funding has been withheld over concerns about its ability to manage itself, is to step down.
Uber has suspended its UberPOP taxi hailing app in France, according to newspaper Le Monde.
Airbus has signed a deal for its second factory in China, further expanding its growing relationship with the world's second largest economy.
Mainland China shares see another day of volatile trade on Friday, falling as much as 7%, as regulators announce an investigation.
Nico Rosberg pips team-mate Lewis Hamilton to set the pace in first practice at the British Grand Prix.
John McEnroe tells Rafael Nadal to "get a new damn coach", after the Spaniard's latest Grand Slam failure.
Formula 1 bosses abandon plans to reintroduce refuelling from 2017 as a freeze on the upper limit of engines is proposed.
New figures from the British Phonographic Industry reveal streams have been played 11.5 billion times in 2015 so far.
Damon Albarn's Alice in Wonderland-inspired musical garners qualified reviews despite receiving a standing ovation at the Manchester International Festival.
London's Victoria and Albert Museum is to open around-the-clock to accommodate demand for its Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition.
In the wake of the terror attack on a Tunisian beach last Friday, survivors reported heroic acts from hotel staff. One of those staff members has spoken exclusively to the BBC's Ben Brown.
A major report warns that life in the seas will be irreversibly changed unless CO2 emissions from industrial society are drastically cut.
Unprecedented June heat breaks records in four continents across the globe. Darren Bett reports.
Foul play will be investigated after a railway bridge collapsed in Pakistan, killing at least 14 people.
Vehicle design students at the Royal College of Art have been re-imagining the kind of cars that will be possible in an era of driverless transport.
A Judge and a man suspected of burglary were 'reunited' briefly during a court hearing in Miami, in the US.
Researchers hope cockroaches could access disaster zones which humans cannot reach
The Indian government is not publishing the results of a vast national survey of the health of the country's citizens.
The 'birdwatcher' who has been blind since birth
How activists pushed the story to media attention
How the Stoics would cope with the Greek crisis
Where was unusually hot this week?
Tunisians and foreigners lament dwindling tourism
Australia debates cigarettes in jail after riot