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PSG see "no evidence of wrongdoing" by fans denied entry into Thursday's Champions League match at Chelsea when weapons were found on a supporters' coach.
Chris Davies MP admits two charges at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Lauren Bullock, Morgan Barnard and Connor Currie died outside Cookstown's Greenvale Hotel.
Birmingham City will be deducted nine points by the EFL for breaching profitability and sustainability rules, reports BBC WM.
The dad of the ex-England winger jailed for child sex offences says it is good to have him home.
The struggling department store chain is trying to fend off overtures from Sports Direct's Mike Ashley.
Three images of Jupiter are combined to make a striking new image of the planet and its famous spot.
Former world cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew opens up on retirement and clears up any doubts about the current heavyweight hierarchy.
Conservationists retract their findings, after evidence for the bird's discovery is disputed.
Train times will be recorded to the minute at every stop in an attempt to improve train punctuality.
Thirteen teams are still in real danger of going down from League One with eight games left. But how has it got so close?
Pyongyang withdraws from an office that enabled constant communication between the two Koreas.
Alex McLeish was "let down" by his players in the embarrassing 3-0 Euro 2020 qualification defeat in Kazakhstan, says former Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam.
Bands from around the world are celebrating 50 years of heavy metal at the inaugural World Metal Congress in London.
Your morning briefing for 22 March 2019.
Theresa May will once more urge MPs to back her deal after the EU says the UK's departure can be postponed.
A chemical factory blast in eastern China killed 47 people and injured 640 according to state media.
PM Jacinda Ardern leads a national day of reflection marking a week since the Christchurch attacks.
The firm's public stock offering is expected in the coming months and may be one of the biggest in 2019.
Dog-loving Harvey Hawkins finds comfort in the funny films people are sending him of their pets.