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Fierce clashes are reported despite the Saudi-led coalition and rebels agreeing to halt offensives.
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin and Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of the European Club Association, call a breakaway Super League "fiction".
Darts players could face 'in-play' punishments in an effort to deter gamesmanship under plans being considered by the PDC.
The US firm says it will take home rentals in Israeli settlements on occupied land off its website.
Virgil van Dijk's late equaliser against Germany sends the Netherlands through to the semi-finals of the Nations League.
Olympic gold medallist Ryan Fry and three team mates were forced out after opponents complained.
A class-action lawsuit alleges McDonald's Happy Meals break local laws against marketing to children.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet Take That at the charity show - the first time she has attended.
Footage shows the 20ft (6m) waves battering Tenerife, with homes hotels, and restaurants affected.
Man accused of fraud and perverting the course of justice made claims that sparked a police inquiry.
"In loving memory of Saddam Hussein" read the bench plaque in Wanstead, London, but who was behind it?
The English Football League has agreed a new five-year television rights deal with Sky Sports, worth £595m.
The RSPCA said it devised the ladder plan after several attempts to rescue the hamster failed.
Every year an American lecturer is mixed up with the retailer but now he has his own Christmas ad
Andy Zaltzman examines how England beat Sri Lanka, highlights individual triumphs and picks four talking points before the third Test.
Film cast members say they're "rooting" for one of their own, who's appearing in a TV dancing show final.
America's next robot rover will be sent to a 50km-wide depression that once had water running through it.
England and Arsenal star Jordan Nobbs suffers a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and may miss the Women's World Cup.
The computer-generated scenarios introduced to boost road safety also include new dusk and dawn scenes.
Matthew Hanley, 23, and Connor Allsopp, 21, accessed customers' information during the cyber attack.