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Khabib Nurmagomedov will fight for the first time since beating Conor McGregor last year when he faces Dustin Poirier at UFC 242.
The BBC's Fergal Keane looks at the Janjaweed's history for signs Sudan's protests would turn deadly.
Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green strikes the deal before a crucial vote over the future of Arcadia.
Victoria Buchanan swallowed a bag of the drugs in the hope of getting it home, an inquest hears.
Demonstrators deploy satire, candour and expletives as Donald Trump meets the UK prime minister.
French prosecutors say they were not able to stand up allegations made by a young actress.
Theresa May's press conference with Donald Trump came just days before she stands down as Tory leader.
A rematch between Anthony Joshua and conqueror Andy Ruiz Jr will take place in November or December, says Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn.
How are Waitrose's customers taking to filling their own containers and bottles in Oxford?
The US president reveals he turned down a meeting with the Labour leader during his state visit.
Thisara Perera pulls off a magnificent catch to send Hazratullah packing in Sri Lanka's match against Afghanistan at the Cardiff Wales Stadium.
The parents of a teenager dubbed "Jihadi Jack" are on trial for allegedly sending him money.
Hong Kong is one of the few places in China where an annual vigil can be safely held by protesters.
He had been asked to attend a committee investigating payments from Leave campaigner Arron Banks.
India captain Virat Kohli says he feels "excitement, anticipation and nerves" before his side's World Cup opener against South Africa.
The party splits just four months after it was formed, announcing Anna Soubry as its new leader.
Former Arsenal winger Jose Antonio Reyes was driving at more than 135mph (220kmph) when he died in a car crash on Saturday, Spanish police have said.
The president said everything would be up for negotiation in a trade deal between the UK and US after Brexit.
The 1922 Committee suggests increasing the number of MP nominations needed to eight.
Johanna Konta's stunning French Open continues as she beats Sloane Stephens to become the first British woman since 1983 to reach the semi-finals.