Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urges Europe's leaders to show unity and realism ahead of a key Brussels meeting on solving Greece's debt crisis.
Police have arrested a man in Boston, hours after shooting dead a terror suspect whom they say he knew.
The Nepalese police say they are giving self-defence classes to women and children living in shelters in Kathmandu after the recent earthquake.
Apple recalls its Beats Pill XL speaker systems warning that they could overheat and pose a fire risk.
Authorities in the Indian capital ban sale of Maggi noodles for 15 days after high levels of lead are found in batches tested in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
Chafee will hit Clinton's foreign policy record hard, but he's not getting much attention.
Fierce fighting is raging between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine despite a truce deal, officials say.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says sweeping changes to surveillance laws that will eliminate the National Security Agency's disputed bulk phone-records collection program will make the country less safe.
South Africa denies paying a $10m bribe to secure the 2010 World Cup, a day after Fifa chief Sepp Blatter resigned amid a Fifa corruption scandal.
Emotional Fifa president Sepp Blatter is given a 10-minute standing ovation by 400 staff as he returns to its Zurich HQ after saying he will quit.
The European Central Bank says the eurozone's recovery is expected to "broaden", as it raises its inflation projections for 2015.
Hundreds of Syrian refugees are stranded in remote desert areas because Jordan is restricting informal border crossings, Human Rights Watch says.
Tributes are made to missing teenager Amber Peat after a body is found near her home in Nottinghamshire.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is charged with misconduct in relation to Sunday's FA Cup celebrations.
This year's London Film Festival will open with the period drama Suffragette, it has been announced.
There will be no US-style shale gas revolution in Europe, the president of the International Gas Union (IGU) has told the BBC.
Ex-Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez is presented as Real Madrid manager - and says he "admires" Liverpool's Raheem Sterling.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is cleared of perjury as the case against him collapses.
The Department of Energy has doled out another $32 million to support the solar industry, a sector fraught with technology challenges and scandal – and nevertheless propped up with billions of taxpayer dollars during the Obama Administration.
Dominic West, Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery and Janet McTeer head up the new season at London's Donmar Warehouse in a 30 year revival of Les Liaisons Dangereuses.