The most terrifying thing lurking under the waters of the Atlantic Ocean may not come with razor sharp teeth.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports from Falluja, where the Iraqi army claims it has seized the last stronghold in the city.
Addresses of 112,000 French police officers are uploaded to Google Drive in a security breach a fortnight after two officers were murdered at their home by a jihadist.
British qualifier Marcus Willis - ranked 772 in the world - beats world number 54 Ricardis Berankis at Wimbledon.
Jon Bon Jovi stopped by JBJ Soul Kitchen, his restaurant in New Jersey, to surprise Carol Cesario, a longtime fan battling stage four lung cancer.
The Panama Canal is now ready to handle larger ships after a $5.25 billion expansion. CNN's Rafael Romo has more.
During his acceptance speech at the BET Awards, Actor Jesse Williams spoke in opposition to Black Lives Matter critics.
Kanye West premiered his highly anticipated "Famous" music video last night on TIDAL and it definitely has people buzzing.
South Africa's treasury recommends President Jacob Zuma pay back $509,000 to the government for upgrades made to his private home.
After Spain's second undecided election result in six months, the pressure is on form a coalition in a country where all parties want to be king.
The pound falls to a 31-year low against the dollar and bank, airline and property shares tumble despite Chancellor George Osborne's attempt to calm financial markets.
French prosecutors open a manslaughter investigation into the EgyptAir plane crash last month, saying there is no evidence so far of terrorism.
A doctor who treated victims of the Orlando massacre talks of the mental scars left by what he experienced.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Jeremy Corbyn hits back at his Labour critics, warning them against "factional manoeuvring".
So much for all those promises. Leading politicians in the campaign to pull the U.K. out of the European Union are back-pedaling fast on a number of pledges, particularly over extra money for health care.
What started as a family meal turned into the surprise of a lifetime for cancer patient Carol Cesario.
Kenyan authorities are investigating if pupils who set fire to their dormitories did so after being told they could not watch a Euro 2016 TV match.
David Cameron opened the debate on the referendum result, saying the decision to leave was not the best outcome for the country but that it must be accepted.
A prosecutor in Sand Lake, Michigan is considering whether the squawkings of a foul-mouthed African Grey Parrot may be used as evidence in a murder trial.