The United Nations says more than 1,000 people were killed in Iraq in May, the highest monthly death toll since the sectarian violence of 2006-7.
Turkey’s PM vows to press ahead with a controversial redevelopment that sparked violence in Istanbul and Ankara, and urges an end to protests.
IBF super-middleweight champion Carl Froch says he would be willing to have a rematch with Andre Ward in Las Vegas.
This week’s Your Money looks at advice on how to deal with complaints about financial services, whether your book collection is a possible goldmine, and the challenges facing parents and children in an increasingly cashless society.
Jonathan Marcus on a polite US-China military exchange
Don’t look down! Daredevil tourists brave a steep drop to tackle a narrow wooden path on the side of a near-vertical mountain in China.
Sir Ben Ainslie dedicates his record-breaking entry in the Round the Island Race to Olympic sailor Andrew Simpson.
A pallet yard in Doncaster is extensively damaged by a fire that broke out there in the early hours.