Iran says it has broken up a CIA spying ring and sentenced some of the 17 suspects to death.
Whirlpool has begun a recall of an estimated 500,000 tumble dryers over fire risk concerns - after it was ordered by the government to take action.
Boris Johnson has insisted Britain can leave the European Union with a deal by 31 October if the country rediscovers its "sense of mission", with voting set to close later in the Conservative leadership contest.
The arrival of the 77th prime minister on Wednesday will mark the first time in history the officeholder has been selected by a party membership rather than MPs or the wider electorate - and rarely has this transfer of power been marked by such uncertainty.
More than 1,000 firefighters are tackling wildfires spreading in east Portugal, which have injured 30 people.
Precious can't look me in the eye when I first say hello to her. It's not that she's shy, she's petrified. And yet she's agreed to speak to us on the condition that only myself and my cameraman, Dan, are present. Two men. It strikes me as a little odd, until we're told that her 'owner' was a woman - even though she was forced to have sex with hundreds of men, she trusts us more than the other women around.
The UK is to send 250 troops to Mali in the biggest peace-keeping deployment since Bosnia and potentially the most dangerous mission for British forces since Afghanistan.
Every time a doctor enters the treatment area at the Ebola medical centre in Beni, the support staff write their name on the section of their protective suits which covers their foreheads.
New photographs of Prince George beaming in an England football shirt have been released to celebrate his sixth birthday.
Donald Trump has continued his week-long attack on four Democratic congresswomen - demanding they apologise to the US and Israel "for the horrible things they have said".
Police in the US have told criminals to take the weekend off as a sweltering heatwave causes disruption across the East Coast.
Egypt's aviation minister has expressed his dismay over British Airways' decision to suspend flights to and from Cairo for a week.
A star-studded version of The Lion King dominated the box office in its opening weekend, and had the most successful first three days of any Disney remake.
Ireland's Shane Lowry has won his first major golfing title at the British Open.
A grandfather has been seriously injured after a car drove into crowds at a cemetery in Dundalk, Co Louth.
Is this is the moment "Spreadsheet Phil" finally breaks out of his cell?
A music festival has been accused of animal cruelty after dyeing sheep pink.
Clashes in Hong Kong escalated into violence on Sunday as police launched tear gas at pro-democracy protesters and a group of masked assailants attacked people making their way back from the rally in a subway station.
Labour has launched a website featuring "education materials" on how members can confront racism, with antisemitism the first kind of discrimination highlighted.