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Lionel Messi is disillusioned with many aspects of life at Barcelona at the moment - and it throws his future at the Nou Camp into doubt.
The French president moves swiftly to replace Edouard Philippe with a mayor from the south.
Billie Jean King says the future for women's tennis is "dynamite" on and off the court thanks to young stars like Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
Police can fine people repeatedly flouting restrictions up to £3,200 from Saturday.
Buildings across the country have been decorated with pink ribbons, as venues remain shut.
The first person to get blood plasma as a coronavirus treatment explains why she's taking part in the trial.
Greece, Belgium and Spain are among the countries on the list but Portugal and the US are not.
Two ex-aides of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are among 20 on trial in absentia for the killing.
The figures from the ONS are the first to reveal the full toll of the epidemic in care homes.
Many weddings were cancelled during lockdown, while some will have to change to meet the new rules.
The review follows a fresh wave of calls to scrap a team name long-criticised as racist.
Footage of the incident in Orion Township near Detroit has been viewed millions of times.
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says.
Liverpool will not give Premier League appearances like "Christmas presents" to young players despite having already won the title, says boss Jurgen Klopp.
Sheffield City Council apologises for the "badly worded" tweet, which it has since deleted.
Lewis Hamilton made a powerful statement of intent as the Formula 1 season finally got under way at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Scotland's first minister criticises the UK government over a plan to relax quarantine restrictions for many overseas visitors.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says recreational cricket is not yet safe to play because of issues surrounding "communal teas and dressing rooms".
England all-rounder Sam Curran returns a negative test for coronavirus.