Following China's "Black Monday" jittery global financial markets begin to recover - but do we all need to start worrying about China?
Asian markets experience a turbulent start to Tuesday as Chinese stocks tumbled for a second day, following 'Black Monday'.
The Chinese government's failure to take action sparks panic across global stock markets, with the FTSE 100 dipping to its lowest level since January 2013.
At least 50 people die and more than 700 are injured after two massive explosions at the Chinese port of Tianjin. Chinese authorities promise action against those responsible for the accident.
A massive explosion erupts in the Chinese city of Tianjin and there are reports that many have been hospitalised.
Confirming that a wing part found on a Reunion Island beach earlier in the week is from missing flight MH370, the Malaysian transport minister says that a plane window has also been discovered.
After 12 years of talks, it seems Iran has agreed to scale back its nuclear programme in exchange for the lifting of UN sanctions that have crippled the country's economy.