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David de Gea is offered a new contract by Manchester United which would make him the highest-paid goalkeeper in the world.
The No Outsiders project was halted after demonstrations outside the school in Alum Rock.
England opener Jason Roy falls for 60 after sharing 123 for the first wicket with Jonny Bairstow against New Zealand at Chester-le-Street.
Residents in Kagoshima prefecture are told to seek safety immediately as rain threatens flooding.
The Premier League moves a step closer to taking over the running of the Women's Super League from the FA.
It becomes the second in the UK to offer a 5G network
A body from a Kenya Airways flight fell into a garden in south London on Sunday.
New Zealand's Tom Latham and Mitchell Santner search for the ball after it gets lost in the ground covers after a top-edged four by England's Jason Roy.
The driver waiting for his family had no insurance and the car was seized by police, the force said.
Skin from Skunk Anansie says the rapper's set was a "wonderful moment for black culture".
Troops loyal to a warlord who is attempting to overthrow the Libyan government are being accused.
England's World Cup semi-final defeat to the United States was the most-watched television programme of the year so far in the UK - with a peak audience of 11.7m.
Tackling sexual harassment at work and introducing carer employment rights are included in the plans.
Was Alex Morgan's team drinking goal celebration an Independence Day-channelling ultimate power move?
Tributes are paid to Switzerland forward Florijana Ismaili after the missing footballer's body is found.
Brazil forwards Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino both score as their country beat rivals Argentina 2-0 in the Copa America semi-final.
The news comes as footage was released of a man seen running away from Kelly Mary Fauvrelle's house.
A funeral is held in Sharjah for Khalid Al Qasimi, who died "unexpectedly" in London on Monday.
Rescuers were called to reports of a boat taking on water 242 nautical miles off the east coast.
The Khmer Rouge began their genocidal rule in Cambodia in 1975