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Christian Eriksen has sent his greetings to his national team-mates and remains stable in hospital, say Danish football officials.
The G7 leaders, who are meeting in England, have sought a unified position over China's rise.
People in older age groups waiting for a second dose should seek appointments after eight weeks.
Israel Adesanya beats Marvin Vettori to retain his middleweight title at UFC 263 as England's Leon Edwards and Scotland's Paul Craig also win.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.
Former Wales captain and BBC Sport columnist Ashley Williams says watching his team as a fan and pundit was just as tough as being on the pitch.
The rules for ministers taking up business roles after leaving office must be improved, Lord Evans says.
Israel's long-term leader is set to be unseated by a coalition of parties which united against him.
Global transport of goods has suffered blockages, delays and bottlenecks and won't be resolved quickly.
Supporters say pesticides damage the environment, but farmers warn they could lose their livelihoods.
Black Lives Matter has become one of the most influential movements in the world.
Detailed reports into athletes' online histories are being requested by sporting agencies.
A car crash erased Thomas's memory - 10 years later, a 1980s pop song triggered six flashbacks.
Mark Moore wants to bring well-made, affordable underwear to Pakistan - he just has to get past the men.
How players, medics and officials all played their part in helping Christian Eriksen after his collapse.
Rules on weddings were to be relaxed on 21 June, but a rise in Covid cases could ruin 'the big day'.
Former England midfielder and BBC Sport columnist Jermaine Jenas explains why Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate will wait to let his side off the leash.
A team of volunteers in Nottinghamshire are hoping the Miyawaki-style forest will help the environment.
Ten-year-old Deaglan McCallion wants people to be more understanding of his condition.
Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsing during a Euro 2020 match is among the front-page stories.