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Ayaan Ali is due before magistrates on Monday after a man suffered minor injuries in Barnsley.
The man died after the Ibiza-bound Jet2 flight from Manchester diverted to Toulouse in France.
The death in eastern Germany follows a similar incident that sparked unrest in the city of Chemnitz.
A New York subway station has reopened for the first time since being destroyed in the 9/11 attack.
The department store chain brings in the business turnaround specialists as it aims to cut costs.
Alastair Cook receives a standing ovation at The Oval as he walks out for his final England innings on the third day of the fifth Test match against India.
Tyneside's streets are awash with colour as thousands take part in the annual half marathon.
The small passenger aircraft carrying 23 people crashed as it tried to land in thick fog, reports say.
The tennis great has accused the umpire of sexism in docking her a game in the US Open final and denied cheating.
Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas signs a new three-year contract with Team Sky.
Sue Barker believes "tennis was the loser" in a controversial US Open final - but adds Serena Williams had a point when criticising the umpire.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's UEFA Nations League game between Denmark and Wales.
The father-of-three is recovering in hospital but plans to take his rescuer for a beer one day.
Great Britain's Rachel Atherton wins the women's downhill final at the mountain bike World Championships in Switzerland to secure the title for a fifth time.
Crew from the flagship carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth were fighting and urinating in public, reports say.
Drake and Meek Mill appear on stage together ending a three-year old feud.
Mo Farah wins a record fifth Great North Run in a course record 59 minutes 26 seconds on Sunday.
The home secretary warns the Salisbury attack suspects they'll be caught if they step out of Russia.
The crash, which happened in Northampton at about 04:00 BST, is referred to the police watchdog.
Retiring batsman Alastair Cook could still play a future role for England - in an advisory role - says national selector Ed Smith.