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Lionel Messi makes his home debut for Paris St-Germain but is replaced in the second half as they beat Lyon.
Bulb, the UK's sixth largest energy provider, is seeking funds due to price rises in wholesale gas.
Watch highlights of Sunday's Scottish Premiership matches on Sportscene.
Chelsea stretch their unbeaten Premier League run to five games as Thomas Tuchel's team deservedly beat Tottenham.
The Indian Premier League returns in dramatic fashion as Chennai Super Kings stage a superb fightback to defeat defending champions Mumbai Indians.
Substitute Mark Noble sees his injury-time penalty saved by David de Gea, who last kept out a spot-kick in 2014.
Rookie spinner Charlie Dean produces a superb spell to help England edge out New Zealand by 13 runs in a tense second one-day international at Worcester.
Video shows the volcano, on La Palma, spewing ash and lava in its first major eruption since 1971.
The late actor was known for playing Only Fools and Horses' smarmy second-hand car salesman Boycie.
Meat producers and supermarkets fear a shortage of CO2 will hit the availability of fresh produce.
Tottenham and Chelsea lead the tributes for their former player Jimmy Greaves, who has died aged 81.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Cristiano Ronaldo was denied "two stonewall penalties" in Manchester United's 2-1 victory over West Ham.
Watch highlights as Bayern Munich hammer VfL Bochum 7-0 to move to the top of the German Bundesliga.
Beleaguered Celtic lose for the fourth time in five games in all competitions as Andrew Shinnie's goal lifts Livingston off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
Jesse Lingard comes off the bench to score a stunning late winner against his old side as Manchester United dramatically come from behind to beat West Ham.
The BBC's Hugh Schofield assesses the harsh realities for France after Australia's US-UK deal.
Brighton's superb start to the Premier League season continues as they hold off a late Leicester rally to move up to third.
Dogs are making a splash in our round-up of the stories you may have missed this week.
It is the latest restriction imposed on Afghanistan's women by the country's new Taliban rulers.
The PM defends ending the multi-billion dollar agreement in favour of a new pact with the US and UK.