Boko Haram militants are suspected of marking 100 days since Nigeria's election with two bloody attacks that kill 44 people in the Nigerian city of Jos, capital of the Plateau state.
Berlin had calculated that the Greek people would come to their senses and vote yes. The opposite happened - and Chancellor Merkel must now untangle a Gordian knot of a problem.
The government will want to give clear advice to tourists heading for Greece (in a few weeks' time that includes quite a few MPs, I understand, who have holidays booked there).
Why did Varoufakis go? The official reason, on his blog, was pressure from creditors. But there are a whole host of other reasons that made it easier for him to decide to yield to it.
Despite a resounding no vote in the referendum, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis announces on Monday he is stepping down to ease the way to a new aid deal.
Zoe Konstantopoulou, senior Syriza politician and speaker of the Greek parliament, tells Channel 4 News that a no vote in the country's referendum is the beginning of a new era for Europe.
A matching stem cell donor has been found for former Channel 4 News journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts after an appeal.
Provisional results suggest at least 61 per cent of Greeks have voted against the terms of the bailout deal offered by the country's creditors
The last opinion polls showed the No vote leading by a small margin as Greeks voted in a referendum that could decide whether the country stays in the eurozone.
The country's biggest trade union chooses the left-winger over Andy Burnham. Mr Corbyn is also being backed by Conservative supporters who say he will make Labour unelectable.
The chancellor says welfare system will be "fair for those who pay for it" ahead of Wednesday's budget.
As Greeks prepare to vote on an international bailout of its ailing economy, visitors are warned to take plenty of cash as bank reserves reach critical levels.
Kurdish fighters reportedly advance to within 30 miles of the Islamic State group's stronghold of Raqqa, while pro-Assad forces battle Sunni militants on the Lebanese border.
Two of the three teenage girls from Bethnal Green who went to live in the 'Islamic State' have become jihadi brides, according to their families.
A statement claims the family of 12, including three children, went to Syria willingly after rejecting 'so-called freedom and democracy'.
Is the rise of the Islamic State the biggest threat to the UK¿s security and safety in the history of the country?
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis tells Paul Mason that Syriza would stay in government, even if Greece votes in favour of the debt deal on offer from its creditors.