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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder come face-to-face as they weigh in for their WBC heavyweight title fight on 2 December in Los Angeles.
Susan and James Kenneavy's empty car was found on a shore in Dumfries and Galloway on Thursday.
British Rowing says retired long jumper Greg Rutherford has not accepted an invitation to take part in the British Indoor Rowing Championships.
Do less, change the routines, and share the jobs out - some tips for a stress-free festive season.
One of the NFL's best running backs Kareem Hunt is released by the Kansas City Chiefs after a video appeared to show him shoving and kicking a woman.
This is the third weekend of 'yellow vest' protests against President Macron's controversial fuel tax.
Jenny Whatling says she thought up the calendars to keep her busy "within my grief".
Why dozens of schools are giving students lessons in mindfulness to improve behaviour and health.
China's Yu Delu is banned for 10 years and nine months and compatriot Cao Yupeng is also banned in a match-fixing scandal.
Former Spain striker David Villa is to join Japanese top-flight club Vissel Kobe after leaving Major League Soccer side New York City.
Relive the dramatic World Cup Final between France and Croatia which saw a record broken, own goals, great goals and a goalkeeping howler.
The family that challenged the Kennedys at the political top table
50th anniversary of Van Morrison's classic album triggers new interest in how Belfast influenced his songwriting.
Former US President George HW Bush has died at the age of 94, his son George W Bush has announced.
The 41st US president led an international coalition to oust Saddam from Kuwait, but he lost to Bill Clinton in 1992.
Maral Yazarloo-Pattrick, a record-breaking superbiker, has travelled solo around the world to change attitudes towards women in Iran.
A safehouse in the US is now allowing women and their pets to escape domestic violence together.
Nargis Taraki, 21, was the fifth daughter born to her parents in a village in Afghanistan.
Soo-yuen Park has dedicated her life to helping the victims of digital sex crimes in South Korea.
Matilde Suescún believes the fairytale aspiration to an engagement ring is damaging for women.