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New Zealand great Dan Carter turns out for his childhood rugby club as he continues preparations for his return to Super Rugby.
Three officers are sacked in Denver, Colorado after they shared photos re-enacting a chokehold.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this morning.
Patrick Gearey looks at how rugby union may have to adapt the scrum as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says he hasn't had time to fully reflect on Liverpool's Premier League title, but that he knows it feels "amazing".
The former Pulp man on his "alive album", domestic discos, and embracing crowd surfing in his 50s.
Some hair salons opened at midnight as pubs prepare to see customers for the first time since March.
Landmarks will be lit up blue ahead of a nationwide applause celebrating 72 years of the health service.
Bricks and other missiles were thrown as officers tried to disperse the gathering in west London.
Animal rights groups say a ban on the sale of dog meat in Nagaland is a milestone.
The artist said she wanted "to make people question the Western myth that Jesus had fair hair and blue eyes".
Portuguese leaders say the country's exclusion from a list drawn up by the UK government is "absurd".
As the debate over wearing face masks intensifies, fake exemption cards have gone on sale.
Wheelchair-used Ginny Butcher says disabled people in the UK have been abandoned during the pandemic.
How can a two-hour choir practice lead to 53 Covid-19 infections? We ask an expert.
The idea that 5G could have health implications isn't new. But conspiracy theories linking 5G with Covid-19 went viral during lockdown.
Japan had no lockdown, it has an elderly population - so why haven't more people died from Covid-19?
A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.
Lockdown measures in Wales are still in force as pubs open in England on Saturday.
The president promises a tremendous 3 July, but critics fear the event is risky as virus cases rise.