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England number eight Nathan Hughes "deeply regrets" the social media post that triggered a further two-week ban says coach Eddie Jones.
England Boxing believes the sport is facing the "grave" threat of omission from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Hospital users are encouraged to activate the announcements when they see someone smoking on site.
Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali is run out in bizarre circumstances, after mistakenly thinking the ball had reached the boundary on the third day of the second Test with Australia.
The boycott comes amid fears journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside a Saudi consulate.
Peter and Avril Griffiths - dubbed the "Fred and Rose West" of their estate - abused three girls.
The method encourages drivers to look behind them before opening their door, to protect cyclists.
Joe Denly is not ruling out opening the England batting in the Tests against Sri Lanka - nine years after his last cap, in an ODI.
The actress told Ellen DeGeneres she bans Cinderella and The Little Mermaid due to their portrayal of women.
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing says a movement ban has been placed on the unnamed farm.
A recipient's name will be as critical as the account number and sort code when transferring money from July.
New Zealand-born MP Sir Paul Beresford struggles to understand a question from the SNP's David Linden.
A Houston Astros fan who attempted to catch the ball cost his side after it was ruled he stopped a Boston Red Sox fielder taking the catch.
Witnesses said they saw the vehicle reverse into a wall as it attempted to flee two police cars.
Jamaica's Reggae Girlz have qualified for the 2019 Fifa Women's World Cup - and have Bob Marley's daughter to thank.
The Spice Girl will present The Great American Baking Show with Paul Hollywood as judge.
The number of people killed in a bomb and gun attack rises to 20, as a teenage girl dies of her wounds.
A father, sent to a labour camp after refusing to fight in the Great War, wrote to his baby daughter to explain his absence.
The artist confirms the canvas was supposed to shred in full, not just partially.
Former Pakistan leg spinner Danish Kaneria admits to spot-fixing while at Essex, ending six years of denial.