The Week in World
Monday - US President Barack Obama prompts renewed Republican calls for an investigation into Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state, after saying he was unaware she had declined to use an official email account during her four years in office.
Greece will unleash a "wave of millions of economic migrants" and jihadists on Europe unless the eurozone backs down on austerity demands, the country threatened. The warning came as Greece struggles to convince the eurozone and International Monetary Fund to continue payments on a £172bn bailout of Greek finances.
France launches a manslaughter investigation after two helicopters collided in Argentina, killing 10 people, including three celebrated French sport stars. The victims were in Argentina to film reality television show 'Dropped', which sees contestants flown to a remote location and then told to find their way home. Thursday
The man in the eye of the media storm, Jeremy Clarkson, left his home , joking: "I'm off to the Job Centre". The 'Top Gear' presenter, who is 54, was suspended by the BBC for allegedly hitting Oisin Tymon (36), a producer on 'Top Gear', after being told no dinner had been laid on for the presenters after they finished filming.
Multi-million selling fantasy author Terry Pratchett has died having had Alzheimer's disease for eight years. The much-loved author of the Discworld series was 66. "The world has lost one of its brightest, sharpest minds," said his publisher in tribute. He spend many years working at Trinity in Dublin.