Greece's finance minister has announced his resignation after Greek voters decisively and "bravely" rejected a tough new bailout deal.
There was relatively muted reaction on stock markets across the world concerned about Greece's possible exit from the eurozone.
Greek voters have overwhelmingly refused a deal of billions of euros in exchange for more cuts and austerity measures - but what does it all mean?
Two people have suiffered life-threatening injuries after two buses crashed into each other in Brighton's city centre.
Seven people have been killed after an Iraqi warplane accidentally dropped a bomb on Baghdad because of a "technical problem".
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Defending champion Rory McIlroy could miss next week's 144th Open at St Andrews due to an ankle injury.
Andy Murray reprises his familiar role of being the last British singles player heading into Wimbledon's second week as he takes on Ivo Karlovic on "manic Monday".
The United States have won the Women's World Cup, beating Japan 5-2 in the final in Vancouver.
Lewis Hamilton has described his inspired decision to pit for intermediates with 10 laps remaining of the British GP as the best tyre call of his career.
Auditions for the X Factor have been cancelled after the death of judge Simon Cowell's mother.
Bobby Brown has said he is hoping to "get justice" after it emerged that photos of his daughter Bobbi Kristina in a hospice have been offered to the media.
Music paper NME is going to be handed out for free in a bid to boost its falling circulation.
The Grateful Dead have given what they say will be their last group performance in front of 70,000 fans, some in tears, in Chicago.
Lionel Richie says he has Glastonbury to thank for bagging his first number one album in the charts in more than two decades.
The booming demand for offshore trust and fund administration services will be underlined in the coming days by a $370m (£238m) takeover deal involving Bridgepoint, the London-based buyout firm.
Asian stock markets are facing a make-or-break week following emergency measures unveiled at the weekend designed to prevent a full-blown stock market crash.
Germany's deputy chancellor has said new negotiations with Greece are "difficult to imagine" after the No vote in the referendum.
The Independence Day hot dog eating contest has taken place in the US, but fans have found the result a little hard to swallow.
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.