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.
UK politicians want media organisations like the BBC to abandon the term Islamic State, which they say dignifies terrorist extremists, and instead to use the word Daesh. So what is the difference?
Police in The Hague detain more than 200 people overnight for violating a curfew, as unrest in the city continues for a fourth night.
World number 102 Dustin Brown causes the first major upset of this year's Wimbledon by beating Rafael Nadal. Could his winning form take him to the quarter finals and a clash with Andy Murray?
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had his request for asylum in France rejected according to President Francois Hollande's office.
A minute's silence is held in the UK in memory of the 38 victims of last week's beach massacre in Tunisia.
Italy's foreign minister, Paolo Gentiloni, tells Matt Frei he cannot contemplate a UK exit from the EU. He also warns that migration could become a "great problem".
The train was carrying military personnel and their families when a bridge collapsed. The army claims it was sabotage, officials said.
The extradition requests relate to the arrest of seven officials from Fifa who were detained in Zurich in May after a police raid on a luxury hotel.