World News headlines
Two people are dead and many others injured after a reported suicide attempt on a bullet train in Japan.
The deadline for Greece to make a €1.5bn payment to the International Monetary Fund has formally expired and the country is now in arrears on its international loan.
The US and Cuba have agreed to restore diplomatic relations and reopen embassies in Washington and Havana.
Mexico will not send a contestant to the Miss Universe contest after Donald Trump made controversial remarks about the country's migrants.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has announced he is seeking the Republican nomination for the US presidency in 2016.
A lion that has been on the run for 24 days from a national park in South Africa has been recaptured.
Tunisia has released photographs of two men being sought in connection with the shooting dead of 38 people on a tourist beach.
Eurozone finance ministers have rejected a last-minute bid for an extension of Greece's bailout just hours before its expiry and a possible IMF default.
The Channel Tunnel has been reopened after being closed earlier as a result of action by striking French ferry workers for the second time in a week.
A woman has died and her boyfriend is seriously hurt after a tandem bungee jump that went wrong in the town of Audincthun, in northern France.
Greece 'Evaluating' Last-Ditch Bailout Offer
The Greek government is reported to be considering a final bailout offer, just hours before it is expected to default on a €1.6bn repayment.
No Lone Wolf: Beach Killer In Five Man Cell
Tunisian mass murderer Seifeddine Rezgui was part of a five-man terror cell operating out of the ancient Islamic city of Kairouan for the last four years, Sky News can reveal.