Greece's creditors have been accused of "terrorism" by the country's finance minister as Greeks prepare to vote on a possible new bailout deal.
The final five bodies of the Britons killed in the Tunisian beach massacre have been flown back to the UK.
Two of the three east London schoolgirls who fled to Syria to join Islamic State have been married to militants in the terrorist group, their families have said.
Police have condemned members of the public who taunted a distressed woman as she stood on a bridge over the M3 motorway.
A controversial rape scene in a production at the Royal Opera House has been toned down after criticism from the audience on the opening night.
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Injury has forced Australian bowler Ryan Harris to retire from cricket with immediate effect. He will be replaced in the Ashes squad by Pat Cummins.
Watford have agreed fees with Tottenham to sign their French midfielders Etienne Capoue and Benjamin Stambouli, according to Sky sources.
Potentially revolutionary proposals to revamp F1's race weekend format for 2016 remain in the "embryonic" stage, according to Claire Williams.
Serena Williams battled to a three-sets win over Britain's Heather Watson, who pushed the world number one all the way in a brilliant third-round match at Wimbledon.
The controversial Confederate flag on the Dukes of Hazzard car will be painted over with an American flag, its owner says.
Police have ended their hunt for the drug dealer who supplied Peaches Geldof with the heroin that killed her.
A woman who was allegedly assaulted by actor Emile Hirsch at the Sundance Film Festival described the incident as being "insanely painful and absolutely terrifying", according to public records.
Sam Smith has put Ellie Goulding's name forward as a contender to sing the new Bond theme tune.
Josh Hartnett and his British girlfriend, the actress Tamsin Egerton, are expecting their first child together.
With less than 24 hours until Greece's crucial referendum, the latest tracking data, seen by Sky News, shows a 1% lead for the government-led No campaign.
A Greek couple on honeymoon in New York have been left without any money after their government shut down its country's banking system.
One of Britain’s best-known businessmen is to take the helm at Wagamama, the Asian dining chain, ahead of a review that could see it float on the London stock market.
Channel Tunnel traffic has faced futher disruption after migrants tried to enter the terminal in Calais, followed hours later by a "technical fault".
Bank and building society customers stand to get £10,000 less if the financial institution they save with goes bust, the Bank of England has announced.
A burglary suspect broke down in tears in the dock when the judge recognised him as a former schoolmate and said he had been the "best kid" in school.
A North Dakota man's self-penned, two-word obituary has been published in his local newspaper.
Aliens resembling humans must have evolved on other planets, a leading biologist has claimed.
A woman's ankles were broken when a dolphin jumped into her family's boat in southern California.
A giant gorilla who strikes poses for photos and has been described as "very good-looking" is being credited for attracting more women to a Japanese zoo.
A baby drifted a kilometre out to sea on a small inflatable in Turkey after her parents forgot about her, according to local media reports.
A family of 12 from Luton has reportedly confirmed they are now in Syria and under the control of Islamic State.