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The man was arrested on a European Arrest warrant after reportedly boarding a flight from Paris to Glasgow.
Max Whitlock wins his third world title on the pommel with a fabulous performance at the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart.
Great Britain's Ellie Downie takes bronze on the vault as Simone Biles wins a record-equalling 23rd World Gymnastics Championships medal with gold.
Luis Fernando Pozo was not badly hurt and later met the royal family.
Manchester City extend their 100% start in the Women's Super League as they beat Birmingham City to go top of the table.
BBC Radio 2 reveals the UK's most popular records of the 2000s, to mark National Album Day.
Former stars of the popular soap opera pay tribute to "a legend" and a "pioneer of drama".
Turkish forces say they have seized Ras al-Ain as they press the offensive against Kurdish forces.
Scotland will be eliminated from the World Cup if Sunday's match against Japan is cancelled on safety grounds.
Former unified world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury comes face-to-face with Braun Strowman as their WWE Crown Jewel fight is confirmed for 31 October.
The former Paralympian James Brown is accused of climbing on to the aircraft.
An ex-Army chief is 'disappointed' over reports a proposed law will be left out of the monarch's address.
The majority of teams do not agree with the new technical regulations for 2021 being proposed by Formula 1, BBC Sport can reveal.
Watch Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman make a spectacular diving catch to deny Tommy Edman of the St. Louis Cardinals during the Nationals' 2-0 win on Friday.
The Indian Prime Minister launched a 'clean India' campaign in 2014.
Watch the moment Eliud Kipchoge makes history to become the first athlete to run a marathon in under two hours.
The family of Harry Dunn are to travel to the US on Sunday to speak with the media and politicians.
Andy Flower, England head coach between 2009 and 2014, is leaving the England and Wales Cricket Board after 12 years.
Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan said politicians needed to give negotiations "the chance of succeeding".
Eliud Kipchoge becomes the first athlete to run a marathon in under two hours, beating the mark by 20 seconds.