The UK economy grew by 0.4% in first quarter of 2015, revised up from a previous estimate of 0.3%, official figures show.
Last-minute talks are taking place in Athens over whether to accept an offer by creditors that would allow Greece to repay its debt, Greek media say.
The eurozone's inflation rate dipped slightly from 0.3% in May to 0.2% in June, remaining in positive ground, according to official figures.
After its watered down plans were attacked in March, the EU reaches a deal to end mobile data roaming charges and define net neutrality rules.
Shares in London and across Europe continues to fall with Greece expected to default on a payment to the IMF.
Shares in struggling Japanese electronics giant Sony fall more than 8% after it announces plans to raise $3.6bn through a sale of shares and bonds.
A health insurer is criticised for advising members to use a Facebook-owned activity tracker without making the social network's involvement more clear.
The US Supreme Court blocks a key government attempt to limit pollution from the country's power plants after industry challenges the changes.
Stock markets in Asia rise, recovering some of the ground lost on Monday when markets were hit by worries over Greece.
Puerto Rico's governor says the US territory cannot pay its $72bn (£45bn) debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators.
The European television rights for the Olympic Games are awarded to Eurosport and its parent channel in a 1.3bn euros deal.
Two managers of the taxi-ordering app Uber have been arrested in France over what authorities have described as an "illicit" service.
Staff should be allowed to dress down and work flexible hours during the hot spell of weather, the TUC says.
A rare meeting between two self-driving cars resulted in one taking evasive action, Reuters reports.
KFC has opened in Myanmar. It is the country's first American fast food chain.
The BBC's Ben Bland with a guide to the key numbers and issues in the Greek debt crisis.
A young designer based in London has developed a hand tool that he hopes can change the way craftsmen and women work.
The Chancellor George Osborne has warned British holidaymakers heading to Greece that they should take plenty of cash with them as banking services could be limited.
Share prices have fallen sharply both in Europe and around the world, as the clock ticks down for Greece to make its latest repayment to the International Monetary Fund.
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