Alexis Tsipras is getting ready to stage a climbdown and he will tell the people of Greece he's about to accept something very very similar to the conditional bailout he rejected.
Women in Africa's most populous nation use social media to highlight everyday sexism in their everyday lives.
It's taken a three-year investigation but today the Airports Commission announced what many had expected - that a third runway at Heathrow is the preferred option to expand the UK's airport capacity.
Last night's 'Yes' campaign demo was big - I would say maybe a quarter bigger than the 'No' demo of Monday, and with a much more angry atmosphere.
The pre-briefing on Sir Howard Davies' report on airport capacity focused on the Gatwick caveat - we like Heathrow but Gatwick will do. The final report is written nothing like that.
BBC Trust Chair and HSBC Director Rona Fairhead tells Cathy Newman the corporation is her priority "and that has been clear from the beginning".
The number of identified Britons killed in the Tunisia terror attack has risen from 18 to 22. The bodies of those who died are to be flown back to the UK tomorrow.
The American supermarket chain Walmart apologises after baking a cake for a disgruntled customer featuring the Islamic State flag.
David Cameron says only the US has hit the Islamic State group with more air strikes than Britain. Is the UK really doing enough in Iraq?
A major counter-terrorism exercise is taking place in the UK capital today, as we approach the 10th anniversary of the London bombings in which 52 people died. What has changed since 2005?
John Noakes had been reported missing from his home in Majorca in Spain. He presented Blue Peter for more than 12 years in the 1960s and 1970s, and is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
A mock terrorist firearms attack is being staged in the capital today to test the response to a Tunisian-style mass shooting
As the midnight deadline for Greece to repay ¬1.6bn fast approaches, last-minute efforts are underway to avert a chain of events that could lead to Grexit.
Greece may only represent a fraction of Europe's economy. But in everything else that can't be easily measured by the IMF or ECB, it represents to much more.
Travel chaos continues on both sides of the Channel tunnel today as strikes at the port of Calais disrupt ferry services.
The Crown Prosecution Service today reversed a decision not to prosecute the Labour peer over child sex abuse allegations. What is the background to this latest move? And what happens next?