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Judd Trump was "sick of losing" and said winning consistently had "finally sunk into his head" after his Masters final win over Ronnie O'Sullivan.
The gunmen, said to be from an al-Qaeda-linked group, tried to storm a UN camp in the north.
TV cameras pick out the next manager of Huddersfield Town - at least, they thought they did.
Who had Garth Crooks jumping out of his chair? Who is breaking his heart? Find out in his latest team of the week.
England beat Australia 52-49 but fall just short of the winning margin needed to take the Quad Series title in London.
HMV collapsed last month, its second administration in six years, risking 2,200 jobs at 125 stores.
The artwork has sparked interest on social media about who the artist responsible for it could be.
Harry Winks saved Tottenham's blushes in injury time as a spirited second-half display saw them come from behind to beat relegation-threatened Fulham.
Roger Federer says he plans to play the clay-court season after skipping it for two successive years.
Three groups in inflatable dinghies land on separate beaches on the Kent coast.
Tony Mendez is best known for a daring rescue mission which inspired a film by Ben Affleck.
Sean Clare's first goal for Hearts is enough to net them a place in the Scottish Cup fifth round at the expense of Livingston.
Tens of thousands rally in Athens to oppose ratification of a deal on the Macedonia name issue.
Judd Trump stuns Ronnie O'Sullivan by taking a 7-1 lead after the first session of the Masters final in London.
Manchester City ease past managerless Huddersfield to move back to within four points of Premier League leaders Liverpool.
The president says they dismissed his plan to end a government shutdown before he even presented it.
At least 12 people reportedly died in protests sparked by a sharp rise in fuel prices.
Bernard Sheridan attended Saturday's game at Anfield with three generations of his family.
Hundreds of people were being evacuated from the area when the explosion happened.
Defending champion Roger Federer is out of the Australian Open after Stefanos Tsitsipas earns the biggest win of his career.