• UK post-Brexit opposition crisis deepens
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he will stand as a candidate in any new leadership election and reshape his shadow cabinet over the next 24 hours.
• Spanish election: Deadlock as PP still short of a majority
The conservative People's Party of PM Mariano Rajoy wins most seats in Spain's election but is again short of a majority.
• Hungary 0-4 Belgium
Eden Hazard scores a dazzling solo goal as Belgium defeat Hungary to book a Euro 2016 last-eight tie against Wales.
• Brexit: Asian powers warnings over global stability
Some of Asia's biggest economies have expressed concerns over the world's economic stability as a result of Britain's decision to leave the EU.
• IS claims suicide attack against Jordanian troops
The so-called Islamic State group says it carried out a suicide attack that killed six Jordanian security personnel on the border with Syria.
• Madagascar stadium blast kills two
A grenade explosion kills at least two people and wounds dozens during Madagascar's national day celebrations in the capital, officials say.
• Falluja: Iraq PM Haider al-Abadi hails recapture from IS
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi urges all Iraqis to rejoice, after the recapture of the city of Falluja from Islamic State fighters.
• First voyage through expanded Panama canal
A Chinese container ship has become the first vessel to sail into the newly expanded Panama Canal.
• Italian mafia boss caught after 20 years on run
One of Italy's most wanted mafia bosses is caught after 20 years on the run, with the authorities finding him asleep in his bed.
• Rollercoaster crash: Children among 10 hurt at M&D's theme park
Eight children and two adults are injured after a rollercoaster derails and crashes at a theme park in North Lanarkshire, Scotland.
• Jerusalem Gay Pride stabbing: ultra-orthodox Yishai Schlissel jailed for life
A Israeli man is jailed for life for killing a teenager and wounding five others in a stabbing attack at last year's Gay Pride in Jerusalem.
• Germany 3-0 Slovakia
World champions Germany overwhelm Slovakia in Lille to set up a Euro 2016 quarter-final against Italy or Spain.
• 'And another one goes': UK resignations on air
A string of Labour shadow cabinet members have quit, with more walkouts expected, in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership over the EU referendum.
• First Minister: Scotland could veto Brexit
Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, says the Scottish Parliament could try to veto British exit from the European Union.
• US flood survivor 'clung to dead husband'
Survivors of the floods in West Virgina in the US have described scenes of death and devastation.
• Sousse attacks: Survivor on anniversary
A ceremony has been held in Tunisia to remember the 38 tourists shot dead on a beach in Sousse exactly one year ago.
• Car bomb attack on hotel in Somalia
At least 14 people are killed in an explosion at a popular hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
• EU referendum: Call to end French guard deal at Calais
Politicians in France are calling on President Hollande to scrap immigration checks on the French side of the English Channel following the UK's vote to leave the EU.
• Glass slide opens 1,000ft above LA
A glass slide fixed 1,000ft along the outside of a skyscraper in Los Angeles opens to the public on Saturday.
• China launches new generation rocket
China has launched its new generation Long March-7 carrier rocker into space, transporting cargo for the country's planned space station.
• Emotional Adele wows Glastonbury
Pop star Adele wins over the Glastonbury festival with a generous, celebratory set.
• Prince's guitar and a lock of Bowie's hair fetch $150,000 at US auction
An electric guitar owned by Prince and a lock of David Bowie's hair sell in the US for a total of more than $150,000 (£110,000).
• Richard Galpin: Could Brexit lead to Grexit?
Greece has the EU's most fragile economy and there are fears now that Brexit could lead to Grexit, Richard Galpin reports from Athens.
• Steve Rosenberg: What does Russia gain from Brexit?
More distance between the UK and EU appears to suit the Kremlin, the BBC's Steve Rosenberg writes.
• 'An unprecedented geopolitical shift'
The result of the EU referendum puts Britain on a precipice where it has never been before, writes historian Lord Peter Hennessy.
• How Brexit will affect US-UK relations
PJ Crowley considers the future of the "special relationship" between the US and the UK after the British vote to leave the EU.
• Who voted what and where
How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest?
• Your pictures
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "flowers".
• Week in pictures: 18-24 June 2016
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
• Pretoria burns
Pictures of violent protests near South Africa's capital, Pretoria, prompted by anger at the ANC's choice of a mayoral candidate.
• Muddy arrivals
Glastonbury festival-goers are not deterred by the mud and rain.
• Earthquake drill
The Philippine capital Manila had held its second annual ShakeDrill, in an attempt to prepare residents for a potential future earthquake.
• Wimbledon 2016: Novak Djokovic to open defence against James Ward
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Garbine Muguruza feature on day one at Wimbledon, along with eight Britons.
• Andy Murray column: Wimbledon may see British players spring a surprise
Andy Murray on feeling the Wimbledon nerves, facing Liam Broady, and how British players can spring surprises this year.
• Euro 2016: Pick your England starting XI
Use our team selectors to pick the XI you think should start for England against Iceland on Monday.
• Euro 2016: England v Iceland is day of destiny for Roy Hodgson
Roy Hodgson has been criticised during Euro 2016 but England have survived - now he must get it right when it counts or face the consequences, says Phil McNulty.
• Earthy and eggy
From Beijing to San Francisco, brewers are trying to recreate the unique chemical conditions produced naturally beneath a small Midlands town.
• Muslim and gay
Rizwan Zaman is a gay Muslim man living in Florida who says that the attack in Orlando, and the ensuing backlash against the Muslim community, affect him two-fold.
• War of the robes
In our series of letters from African journalists, novelist and writer Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani looks at how the latest religious tension in Nigeria is playing out in what people wear to school.
• Rising star
Garbine Muguruza is being heralded as the new face of women's tennis, but can the Spaniard follow in the footsteps of global superstars like Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams?
• Wimbledon guide
The contenders, the British up-and-comers, the dress code, the weather, the queue, the celebs - all you need to know about Wimbledon 2016.
• Junk house of Bondi
In a suburb known for its version of Australian glitz and hipness, the Bondi hoarders' fame stands apart for all the wrong reasons.
• 'Not a joke'
Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra tells the BBC how she hopes to change perceptions of Indian actors.
• People v power
Thousands are taking to the streets of Wukan after the village's democratically elected leader was taken away by police and shown to be confessing to allegations of bribery.
• Brexit: UK resists swift withdrawal pressure
Britain will resist pressure from the EU for a swift start to negotiations on its withdrawal from the bloc, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond indicates.
• EU referendum: Fear of populism haunts European press
European call for reform of the EU after Britain's vote to leave.
• Second EU referendum petition investigated for fraud
The House of Commons petitions committee says it is investigating allegations of fraud in connection with a petition calling for a second EU referendum.
• How much of a generation gap?
Many young Remain supporters blame older voters for Brexit. Is there really a generational divide?
• Will Brexit affect touring musicians?
Musicians at Glastonbury grapple with the implications of leaving Europe for their upcoming tours, anticipating "big changes" ahead.
• How do EU citizens in the UK feel?
The UK will soon be leaving the EU. How do immigrants in Britain feel it will affect them?
• Joy and despair at Brexit - in five words
Twitter users are summarising their reactions to the EU referendum results in five words