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The visiting French president says funding is available but reforms must take place before it is sent.
Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of sending a hit-squad to kill a former Saudi official.
Shan Masood scores a century before Pakistan's bowlers rip through England's top order to take control on day two of the First Test at Old Trafford.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says Gareth Bale "preferred not to play" in the Champions League last-16 second-leg tie against Manchester City.
Watch highlights as championship leader Antonio Felix da Costa takes a stunning lights-to-flag victory in the second of six races over nine days to conclude the Formula E season.
A cyber-attack followed by the Covid-19 crisis "acutely" hit the firm, administrators said.
England are already facing defeat in the first Test after a Shan Masood-inspired Pakistan dominate the second day at Emirates Old Trafford.
The care home says Rhys Thomas' father and others who had been isolated were not part of the visit.
The app will use QR barcode scans as well as Bluetooth handshakes to determine if users are at risk.
The 2020 London Marathon will involve only elite athletes, with 45,000 runners unable to take part in the mass participation race.
New York's attorney general announces a lawsuit aimed at dissolving the powerful gun lobbying group.
Mohammad Abbas bowls Ben Stokes for a duck to reduce England to 12-3 in the first Test at Old Trafford.
Photographer Brad Walls captures the beauty of swimming pools from an aerial view.
Alex Lanning stabbed Tashan Daniel with an army knife designed for NATO on a London Underground platform.
Beirut resident May Melki says her rendition of Auld Lang Syne is a homage, not a farewell.
The first minister adds that pubs that do not serve food will remain closed amid coronavirus concerns.
Israa Seblani was posing for her wedding photographs when the huge explosion shook the nearby port area of Beirut.
More than 2,000 tons of ammonium nitrate arrived in 2013 on the Moldovan-flagged MV Rhosus.
A bar worker tells Radio 1 Newsbeat she's "gutted" the city has gone back into lockdown.