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The German carmaker asks new UK customers to agree a possible 10% price rise under a no-deal Brexit.
British Athletics name a record-equalling 48 athletes for the European Indoor Championships in Glasgow in March.
Ivan Cavaleiro's low strike gives Wolves the lead against Bristol City in their FA Cup fifth-round tie at Ashton Gate.
The 22-year-old man had two brothers who died fighting in Syria in 2014.
Her family say they have been told the 19-year-old and her child - said to be a boy - are in "good health".
Real Madrid miss the chance to go second in La Liga as Girona come from behind to record a surprise away win at the Bernabeu.
About 10,000 men took part in the Saidaiji-eyo festival at a Buddhist temple in Okayama.
The stunt has been called "disrespectful" and "stupid" in light of last year's Novichok poisoning.
Manchester United's Ander Herrera and Alexis Sanchez talk about their love of football and what they would do if they were passing a kickabout in the park.
The same prison suffered £1m damage in a 230-man riot in 2016.
The social media star says his appearance on Strictly created "a whole level of new opportunities".
Sarah Church filmed the amazing sight in Brierly near Leominster earlier this week.
Williams are forced to pull out of the first day of pre-season testing on Monday as their car is not ready.
The US president urges its European allies to repatriate 800 Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria.
The actor's lawyers deny the latest reports, which come after Chicago police released two men.
Melbourne Renegades produce a stunning fightback to beat Melbourne Stars by 13 runs and win the Big Bash for the first time.
Travellers tell the BBC they cannot get home after the UK regional airline went into administration.
The potential impact on workers with auto-enrolled pensions is "quite substantial", says an expert.
On the day of footballer Emiliano Sala's funeral, his childhood friend and a former coach pay tribute.
Theresa May tells Conservatives "history will judge us all" over the handling of Britain's EU exit.