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Phil Neville's England women squad have turned to the Navy in preparation for the tournament next month.
A campaigner says the policy to allow transgender women to use a women-only pond is "absolutely disgusting".
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says John Walker Lindh's early release is "unconscionable".
A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.
Lewis Hamilton edges Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes dominate second practice at the Monaco Grand Prix.
An NUS official says the students are turning to social media, as they feel universities are not listening.
Watch as Southampton's Nathan Redmond is upended by a small goal during an England training session before their Nations League semi-final against the Netherlands.
Oxford University wrote to the leader of Brunei expressing "concerns" about strict new Islamic laws.
Former Southampton and Peterborough trainer Bob Higgins denied 51 charges of indecent assault.
How Bob Higgins was able to groom and abuse young footballers over the course of two decades.
Britain's Katie Swan is one win away from reaching the main draw of the French Open as Heather Watson loses in qualifying.
The painting was kept privately by its Berkshire owner after being given to the family in Hong Kong.
Rocky of the Rovers: France 2019 will be a "live" comic starring Roy's sister.
Students include some who have dropped out of mainstream education.
Two-time Super Bowl winner Chris Long admits using marijuana after the NFL creates committee to research "pain management and alternative therapies".
How has the Modi government in India matched up to its promises?
Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush is awarded A$2.9M over allegations printed in an Australian newspaper.
Veteran England players Geva Mentor, Jade Clarke and Rachel Dunn are named in Tracey Neville's England Netball World Cup squad.
Crooner Michael Bublé sang to a Birmingham fan who could not afford tickets to his show.
The Whorlton Hall abuse - uncovered by BBC Panorama - is "appalling", says Caroline Dinenage.