Trump-Putin Summit: US Leader Hails 'Good Start' in Helsinki
US President Donald Trump has face-to-face meeting in Finnish capital with Vladimir Putin. Also, Eritrea re-opens its embassy in Ethiopian capital for first time in 20 years, South African township where one-third of men claim to be rapists, anger in US over 'justice on the toss of a coin', and could newly-discovered Stanley Kubrick script be turned into a film ?
Celebrations across France after World Cup victory
The French team beat Croatia 4:2 in Moscow, also: Donald Trump arrives in Helsinki for meeting with Vladimir Putin and the right-wing protesters trying to protect Franco's tomb.
Israeli Palestinian Clashes 'Continue in Gaza'
Despite reports of an earlier truce, both sides are believed to be still exchanging fire. Also: In Nicaragua, dozens of students who took refuge from security forces and pro government militia in a church have been allowed to leave after Roman Catholic clergy intervene, and President Trump's visit to the UK is continuing to cause controversy.
Trump: US-UK Trade Deal 'absolutely possible'
The president speaks warmly about Theresa May hours after his comments attacking her Brexit plans emerged. Also: A suicide bomber has killed at least 128 people at a campaign rally in south-western Pakistan and scientists are about to open the largest Egyptian sarcophagus ever discovered in Alexandria.
Trump Praises May as Protests Begin
President Trump has denied that he criticised the British prime minister in a newspaper interview. He's also said a US trade deal with the UK was possible once it left the EU - contradicting his earlier comments. Also, Pakistan's former prime minister flies home facing immediate imprisonment, and there are fears of disease breaking out as a result of Japan's devastating floods.
Donald Trump Meets Theresa May at Blenheim Palace
President Trump has said the UK will "probably not" get a trade deal with the US, if the prime minister's Brexit plan goes ahead. Also: Deraa, the birthplace of the Syria uprising, has been retaken by government forces, the landmark murder case of Emmett Till has been reopened in the US after 63 years and scientists find out where neutrinos are coming from.
Trump claims Victory on NATO Military Spending
President Donald Trump has said he's now very happy with his NATO allies for committing an extra thirty-three billion dollars to military spending. Also: the British government publishes an official policy document setting out its Brexit plans and killing rats could save coral reefs.
President Trump Urges Nato to Double Military Funding
The US leader says allies should each aim to spend 4% of annual output (GDP) on their armed forces. Also: a study has found that many survivors of the Ebola outbreak are suffering neurological and psychiatric problems and a squirrel art installation in Kazakhstan sparks a backlash over costs.