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Uefa ends its legal fight against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid over their involvement in the proposed European Super League.
Neal Maupay scores a dramatic equaliser deep into injury time as Brighton grab a point against old rivals Crystal Palace.
After decades of allegations, the singer was found guilty of running a scheme to abuse women and children.
Argentina select three Premier League players for October's World Cup qualifiers despite the country remaining on the UK's travel red list.
Military drivers are being trained so they are ready to be deployed if necessary, the government says.
Several women said the R&B superstar had attacked them and forced them into humiliating sex acts.
The election is over but months of talks are just getting started to see who will be chancellor.
Three defeats in a row means the pressure is increasing on Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo, says Chris Sutton.
A woman and child were injured, but Australian police say it's "incredibly lucky" others weren't hurt.
An estimated one million dogs are slaughtered in South Korea for human consumption each year.
Families of the victims of the catastrophe react angrily after the investigating judge is taken off.
Prominent online critics of the Islamist group in Afghanistan remove content over fear of attack.
Officials say the man died when a church dome collapsed on the southern Greek island.
Facebook delays its child-friendly Instagram version to do more work with concerned parents.
Seats, Schleswig and an ex-spy: here are some of the sidelights from Sunday's vote.
Can a hamster trading cryptocurrency beat human investors in the stock market? Mr Goxx can.
Worshippers gathered to mark the eve of one of the country's biggest Orthodox Christian festivals.
Newspapers across Europe are watching the knife-edge results in Germany with a high degree of concern for the country's - and continent's - future course.
An electricity shortage affecting factories has now spread to some homes.
Hakuho has recorded more wins, titles and perfect championships than any other sumo wrestler.
The centre-left leader looks to succeed Angela Merkel after preliminary results put him ahead.
The leaders of the two biggest parties are now in a race to find partners to join a coalition.
While voting patterns are changing, none of the front-running parties can be described as radical.
The property giant has missed an interest payment deadline, fuelling concerns that it will collapse.
The UN says hundreds of trucks have not returned from Tigray and it's affecting the flow of aid.
Indian princes were often stereotyped as lazy hedonists, but they were serious political figures.
Reka Gawa opened the Himalaya Café after a chance meeting with the spiritual leader almost 20 years ago.
How a group of 'hysterical housewives' fought to be evacuated from their polluted homes
A court has thrown out a high-profile sexual harassment case. Can China's feminist movement survive?
The robot football league that is hoping to eventually beat the best human team in the world.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen travels to Helmand province, a month after the hardline Islamists took control.
Children will face up to three times as many extreme climate events as their grandparents, research suggests.
How one model and one massive fashion show agency are making life a bit more beautiful for black models.
Wastewater plants release microplastics into the environment, but could manta rays hold the key to a solution?
Afghan news anchor Behishta Arghand made history when she interviewed the Taliban.
Annalena Baerbock said the numbers were "fantastic" for the Green Party in Germany's election.
Ethiopian and Eritrean food is well known globally, but this is your chance to discover Somali cooking.
Researching family history, Rosie Whitehouse uncovered a story of Protestants and Jews uniting against the Nazis in a French town.
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.
As Angela Merkel steps down as German chancellor, we take a look back at the photos documenting her career.
A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.
After an illness, Stu began reuniting old postcards with their owners - and revived some buried memories.
Music executive Riki Bleau shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
Britain only defeated the US three times in the first 25 Ryder Cups, but behind each victory is a wealth of remarkable stories.
Twenty years ago, a young African boy was murdered and his torso was dumped in the Thames. It's the longest unsolved child murder case in the recent history of the Metropolitan Police.
Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed in Hotel Rwanda, has gone from national hero to enemy of the state.