Russia must expect to be banned from the 2020 Olympics for inconsistencies in lab data sent to investigators, says the head of Russia’s anti-doping agency.
Police say 39 bodies have been found in a lorry container in Essex – the driver has been arrested.
The extradition bill is formally withdrawn by the legislature but the move is unlikely to quell unrest.
BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Eleanor Oldroyd reflects on her time with Paralympian Marieke Vervoort, who has ended her life through euthanasia at age of 40.
Speaking before the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand, England defence coach John Mitchell says he “doesn’t see any advantage” in opponents spying.
Defending champions River Plate reach the Copa Libertadores final with a 2-1 win on aggregate in the semi-final against city rivals Boca Juniors.
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham’s 5-0 win over Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League helped restore confidence to his side after a mixed start to the season.
The Washington Nationals win their debut World Series game, edging out the Houston Astros 5-4 in game one of the best-of-seven series in Houston.
Survivors of a deadly air strike on a migrant detention centre in July tell the BBC they feel abandoned by the United Nations, and are desperate to escape Libya.
The welfare package includes an increase in the basic pension and a rise in minimum wage.
The book was hailed as one of the most important feminist novels in Korea – but also led to outcry.
The basketball legend has defended comments made by a NBA executive that prompted a backlash in China.
It comes as Boris Johnson “pauses” his Brexit bill after MPs reject his fast-track Commons timetable.
Nicole Prince said she suffered abuse after being unfairly portrayed on a hit home makeover show.
Chan Tong-kai’s case led to plans for changes to extradition law, triggering broad anti-government protests.