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Russian MMA icon Fedor Emelianenko knocks out the number two-ranked heavyweight Tim Johnson in Bellator 269 in Moscow.
Dementia patient Esme Hanson was left stranded in hospital because of a lack of home care.
Police are investigating a banner by Crystal Palace fans at their match on Saturday criticising the Saudi Arabian-led takeover of Newcastle.
Pep Guardiola believes versatile Phil Foden can still get better after he scores twice in Manchester City's 4-1 win against Brighton that moves them up to second in the Premier League.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declares them "persona non grata" for urging an activist's release.
England manager Sarina Wiegman says Beth Mead was "shining" as she scored a hat-trick off the bench at Wembley Stadium.
The massive wheel was opened in Dubai with a lavish fireworks display to mark the occasion.
Joel Souza, wounded by a gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin, grieves for lost friend Halyna Hutchins.
England bowl West Indies out for 55 as they make a stunning start to their Men's T20 World Cup campaign with a six-wicket win in Dubai.
Chelsea's 7-0 win over Norwich proves why they will win the title, says Chris Sutton - but were they given a helping hand by a woeful Canaries side?
The climate activist speaks to the BBC about the COP26 conference, emissions targets and rickrolling.
Quiñónez, one of the country's best known athletes, was shot in the city of Guayaquil.
Giorgios Giakoumakis marks his first start with his maiden goal as Celtic beat St Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership to extend their winning run.
The right-wing politician is charged with kidnapping and dereliction of duty, which he denies.
The world's biggest oil exporter will cut carbon emissions, but not stop producing fossil fuels.
Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo believes the Old Trafford side need time to adapt after an inconsistent start to the season.
They walked 300 miles for a suicide prevention charity after their daughters took their own lives.
Key routes near the SEC in Glasgow will close over the weekend and some commuters are expecting "major challenges".
A charity says animals that cannot be sold are disguised as strays so rescue centres take them.
A network of "family hubs" is to be funded in England to provide support services in one place.