Eurozone finance ministers say they expect to hear fresh proposals from Greece after a referendum rejected the terms of an international bailout.
The US-led coalition fighting Islamic State is "intensifying" its campaign against the group's base in northern Syria, President Barack Obama says.
South Carolina's Senate passes a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol following the killing of nine black people at a church in June.
Hungarian MPs pass legislation to give the government the power to close the borders to all migrants and build a border fence.
Jerry Weintraub - the Hollywood producer of the Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven films - dies in California aged 77, US media say.
Hundreds of thousands of people gather in the Ecuadorean city of Guayaquil to see Pope Francis celebrate mass.
US comedian Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 to obtaining sedatives with the intent of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with, court documents say.
"Technical problem" causes bomb to fall from Iraqi jet over Baghdad, killing at least eight civilians.
Record-breaking numbers of migrants are arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos, overwhelming local authorities, local police say.
A Fifa official who assessed the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is banned from football-related activity for seven years.
At least 20 elephants from Zimbabwe are transported to China to be settled in a game reserve, after a controversial sale.
Two bomb attacks - on a restaurant and a mosque - in the central Nigerian city of Jos have left at least 44 people dead, the authorities say.
A Canadian man who tied about 100 helium balloons to a garden chair and flew over the city of Calgary is charged with causing mischief.
The New Horizons spacecraft lost very little science data when it went into "safe mode" at the weekend, the mission team says.
Ten people are killed, including a 7-year-old boy, in a series of shootings during a violent US holiday weekend in Chicago.
A man in Winnipeg, Canada, is charged with attempted murder after sending bombs to law firms that represented him or his ex-wife in the past.
Mexican Marines kill six people suspected of opening fire on a Navy helicopter in north-eastern Tamaulipas state on Sunday.
Chile beat Argentina 4-1 on penalties in Santiago to win the 2015 Copa America, their first major trophy.
Two women go on trial in Morocco on charges of "gross indecency" for wearing skirts.
Tunisia declares a state of emergency, just over a week after 38 people were killed in attack in the resort city of Sousse.
Most Asian stock markets fall after Greek voters rejected austerity demands from creditors in Sunday's referendum.
A study of people born in the same year has uncovered a huge difference in the speed at which their bodies age.
Global stock markets proved resilient on Tuesday, despite Greece's rejection of austerity demands - Japan's stock market opened 1.25% higher, and other markets closed stronger than expected on Monday.
China gives safety advice to its nationals in Turkey after protests over the treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says "hard choices" are needed if a deal over Iran's nuclear programme is to be made by Tuesday's deadline.
Islamic State militants are reported to have regained control of a town near their northern Syrian stronghold of Raqqa from Kurdish-led forces.
A St Paul's Cathedral service and a wreath laying ceremony will take place later to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks that killed 52 people on London's transport network.
The big six energy suppliers have "overcharged" millions of energy customers to the tune of £1.2bn a year, the Competition and Markets Authority is expected to say on Tuesday.
Second quarter earnings for the world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics, will likely miss market expectations.
Asian markets head higher, recovering losses made a day earlier on fears that Greece would exit the eurozone, after voting no to bailout conditions.