Two people were killed and 24 wounded when a suicide bomber detonated a tractor carrying two tonnes of explosive at a gendarmarie outpost in Turkey, Reuters have reported.
The overnight attack in Turkey's eastern province of Agri was carried out by the Kurdish Workers Party, a local government official said.
Migrants trying to get to Britain made a mass attempt to break into entrance to the Channel Tunnel near Calais in France late Saturday.Read the full story ›
A Church of England bishop has criticised the PM for his controversial description of migrants seeking to come to the UK as a "swarm".Read the full story ›
Home Secretary Theresa May and French counterpart Bernard Cazeneuve call on EU nations to tackle the root causes of the migrant crisis.Read the full story ›
The acting leader of Labour has called on the French government to cover the cost of the migrant crisis. Harriet Harman has written to David Cameron to say he should put pressure on the French to pay compensation to British businesses.
From Folkstone, reporter Peter Smith has the details
Downing Street is likely to confirm that the UK will fund extra security guards at the Eurotunnel perimeter.Read the full story ›
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has written to Mr Cameron expressing her concerns over the impact of the situation in Calais.
She said: "Our primary concern over the current situation in Calais must be to play our part in addressing the underlying humanitarian issues. Increasing security at the Channel Tunnel, whilst welcome, will only help in the short term, and is not addressing the root cause of the issue."
She initially wrote to Mr Cameron on July 24 and in her most recent letter she reiterated her concerns about the impact the situation has had on businesses.
"Seafood from Scotland is the UK's biggest food export, worth more than £600 million annually. The delays, damage and uncertainty caused by the lack of safe and timely passage through the Tunnel is costing the sector millions of pounds every week and placing future markets in jeopardy." She said.
An airbus CN235 military transport aircraft has reportedly crashed in Colombia killing 11 people, according to reports from manufacturer Airbus.
A statement from the country's Air Force confirmed the plane had suffered motor failure and crashed in the northern province of Cesar.
Labour has called for compensation from the French government to be paid to Britons affected by the chaos at Calais.Read the full story ›
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi have met with female workers in Yangon.
Jolie is in the country for a four-day visit in her role as a special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.