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Conor McGregor makes a winning return with a first-round victory over Donald Cerrone at UFC 246 in Las Vegas.
Heavy rains have dampened many of Australia's blazes, while bringing flooding to some areas.
Courts will be able to ban stalkers from contacting or approaching their victims while police investigate.
Fundraising for a statue of Joseph Merrick has been slowed by prejudice, the woman behind it claims.
The sport helps the women make friends and share their experiences.
The comedian on telling jokes in the "woke" era, fame, fatherhood and football.
How make-up helped beauty influencer Georgie Aldous get through the bad days.
Robots and people work alongside each other in the internet-giant's latest warehouse in Leicestershire.
Eucalyptus trees tend to be highly flammable, but they also have the ability to recover from fires.
The response to the trial summons gives the first glimpse of what will form the White House's defence.
The future role of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been agreed and the new arrangements will come into effect this spring.
Gail Porter's mental health is the focus of a new BBC documentary as she retraces significant moments in her career.
Few now remain in Saraqeb, a town in Syria's last opposition-held province, Idlib. Laith al-Abdullah is one.
Microbiologist Frank Plummer say he's found relief from alcohol abuse disorder after the procedure.
Vanessa Springora has given an account of the traumatic effects of her relationship with a writer.
The US agency says it was wrong to blur out signs critical of the president at the 2017 Women's March.
The self-styled 'Tariff Man' uses tariffs for negotiation but how successful has he been?
Watch some of the best shots as Stuart Bingham beats debutant David Gilbert 6-2 to reach the Masters final at Alexandra Palace where he will take on Ali Carter.
The Post Office's response comes after ex-workers call for convictions to be overturned.
Liverpool can dominate English football like Manchester United did in the 1990s and 2000s, says ex-England midfielder Jermaine Jenas.