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Amy-Eloise Markovc produces a superb sprint finish in the 3,000m final to earn the British team their first gold at the European Indoor Championships.
The businessman is accused of promoting cryptocurrency to his followers to inflate prices.
Romain Grosjean suffered an impact of 67G in his fiery crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix, the official report into the incident concludes.
Lisa Ashton becomes the first woman in 16 years to win a match at the UK Open, creating scoring history in the process.
Leading Irish trainer Gordon Elliott banned for 12 months, with the last six months suspended, after being found guilty of bringing the sport into disrepute.
The health secretary said the proposal was "what we think is affordable" after the Covid pandemic.
Sarah Everard has not been seen or heard from since Wednesday evening, her best friend says.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
Maren Eggert accepted the award for best actor, in the German event's newly mixed gender category.
The Treccani dictionary includes derogatory terms such as "whore" as synonyms for "woman".
Merseyside police to ask why Scotland Yard did not refer false accusers for criminal investigation.
Adventurer Noel Hanna had to abandon a trek last month after five fellow climbers died.
Wisdom is believed to have had more than 30 chicks in her life so far, and several partners.
Health officials have also traced the contacts of the person, it is understood.
Harry and Meghan have given Oprah Winfrey an exclusive interview, which will be shown in the UK on Monday.
Williams are forced to abandon an augmented reality launch of their new Formula 1 car when the app they had designed was hacked.
Options include setting up a charity to cover the cost of refurbishments, sources tell the BBC.
Travellers going to and from the UK face a growing number of restrictions.
Accidental handball leading to a goal-scoring chance or goal for a team-mate will no longer be penalised say football's law makers.
Heads say parents are not giving consent for Covid tests for children, ahead of going back to school.