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Fayez al-Serraj, whose troops face an insurgency, feels "abandoned" by his international allies.
Castleford hold on to seal a seventh Super League win of the season despite a thrilling Wakefield comeback.
The Scottish FA has "cut off top-level managers" with their treatment of Gordon Strachan and Alex McLeish, says former Scotland winger Pat Nevin.
Trainspotting actor Bradley Welsh was shot dead outside his Edinburgh apartment while his partner and child were inside.
Jarod Kirkman is sentenced to 42 weeks in jail after targeting seven MPs.
Details are emerging from the mammoth 448-page report into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
The singer's new documentary nods to Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison and others, writes Barrett Pitner.
The report contains enough potential red flags to spur congressional scrutiny of the president.
Degerfors substitute Mattias Ozgun was injured after being accidentally poked in the eye by his own team-mate in a second-tier game in Sweden.
Samuel Fortes raped, stamped on and repeatedly punched the 20-year-old woman in Leeds.
Six-month-old kitten Tux was hiding in the unwanted furniture when it was taken to the tip.
We look at how hot the world has got and what can we can all do to tackle global warming.
Milly and Toby Savill were on Santorini when the buggy they were in fell into a ravine.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "performance".
Footballers will boycott social media for 24 hours on Friday in protest at the way social networks and football authorities respond to racism.
Twenty-one Australian nurses died at Bangka Island, but a historian says there's more to the story.
The UK's first ever guide horse has added another skill to his CV: Travelling on trains.
A wooden structure could be built outside the front of the fire-ravaged cathedral in Paris.
William Barr says he does not believe the president's actions amounted to obstruction.