England loses 2-1 to Croatia in its first World Cup semi-final since 1990. But manager Gareth Southgate is an inspiration to his captain Harry Kane, his squad and indeed the country, with his calm, inclusive leadership (and, of course, that waistcoat).
President Trump and his wife Melania are welcomed to Blenheim Palace by Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip on the first day of their UK visit.
Donald Trump is welcomed in rather a different manner – by a giant Trump baby balloon – on the second day of his UK visit.
Germany’s Angelique Kerber beats seven-time winner Serena Williams to become Wimbledon champion.
President Macron celebrates as France beats Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup for the second time.
Presidents Trump and Putin hold a joint press conference after their summit in Helsinki. Trump fails to say whether he believes Russia meddled in the 2016 US election.
Achilles, a Sumatran tiger, takes a drink as he makes his public debut at Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury.
Sir Cliff Richard wins a privacy case against the BBC over its report that he was being investigated about historical child sexual assault claims. He is awarded £210,000 in damages.
An amphibious vehicle sinks on a lake in Missouri, killing 17 of the 31 passengers, including nine members of one family.
Tatiana-mosio Bongonga walks a tightrope 115ft above Montmartre, Paris, towards Sacré-coeur.
The Flaming Lips and inflatable friends take the stage on day one of Bluedot Festival, Cheshire.
Francesco Molinari of Italy wins the British Open at Carnoustie to claim his first major golf title.
A firefighter tries to extinguish wildfire hotspots near Athens. The fires that ravage Greece are the second-deadliest this century, killing 99 people.
Britain’s Chris Froome is treated for tear gas inadvertently sprayed on the peloton by police dispersing a farmer’s protest during the 16th stage of the Tour de France.
« England’s Alex Danson in action against the USA at the FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Team Sky has won six of the last seven Tours de France