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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not the right choice as Manchester United boss, says former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas.
Marcus Hutchins said he regrets his actions and accepts "full responsibility for my mistakes".
The fire service said a large area of moorland and forestry had been affected.
Championship leaders Norwich rescue a point deep in stoppage time in a dramatic draw against Sheffield Wednesday.
Care home residents have been visited by lambs from a local farm to help reduce loneliness and anxiety.
A group of men opened fire on the house with a shotgun while the child was inside, police said.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he is not concerned with pressure as he aims for a sixth World Snooker Championship title in Sheffield.
Twenty years on from the Columbine school shooting, those who survived are still deeply impacted by what happened.
Super League clubs set a new attendance record for a single round of games, with 79,173 fans across six matches.
Jarrell Miller returns a second "adverse finding" from a drugs test and will now be replaced as Anthony Joshua's next opponent, says Eddie Hearn.
Police release CCTV footage showing the person suspected of firing the shots that killed the journalist.
Gavin Massey scores twice as 10-man Wigan come from behind to stun Marcelo Bielsa's promotion-chasing Leeds United at Elland Road.
The Turpin children tell the court they still love their parents as they are imprisoned for life.
The South Korean boyband land their first UK number one album with Map of the Soul.
Bolton are relegated from the Championship as Aston Villa claim a record-equalling ninth successive win
The British supermodel says she was told a photo campaign would not be used because of the "colour of [her] skin".
Processions have taken place in France, Jerusalem, India and Kenya.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola cannot afford any more stupid mistakes or missed opportunities from his side against Tottenham on Saturday, says MOTD pundit Alan Shearer.
He was shot while fixing the satellite dish on his home in a remote part of Anglesey, police say.
Lyra McKee, who was shot dead in Londonderry, was a "tireless activist", her partner tells a vigil.