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With fewer than 24 hours to go until Chelsea's Europa League final, all did not seem well with manager Maurizio Sarri...
Paul Golding has been secretly recorded admitting to attacking his former deputy, Jayda Fransen.
The country's government says it has become a dumping ground for wealthier nations.
A writer posts a heartfelt Craigslist ad of items for sale from her New York flat after a break-up.
Scotland end their preparations for the World Cup finals debut with a hard-fought win over Jamaica in front of a record home crowd at Hampden.
The Biden camp accuses President Trump of siding "repeatedly with a murderous dictator".
The two London rivals are both determined to land Europe's second-tier trophy in far-away Baku.
Unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua's first fight in America will be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live on 1 June.
The winner of the Conservative Party leadership race is set to become the UK's next prime minister.
England fast bowler Jofra Archer says the supporters have yet to see him at his best as he prepares for Thursday's World Cup opener against South Africa.
Pundits, former players, commentators and journalists pick the World Cup semi-finalists and eventual winners.
France and Germany differ as leaders consider who takes the key EU roles after parliamentary elections.
The High Street chain is reviewing areas where it has more than one store.
Scott Forsyth received 50,000 WhatsApp messages when Jamie Carragher accidentally posted his phone number.
World number one Naomi Osaka avoids a shock early exit by coming from behind to reach the French Open second round.
Gennaro Gattuso steps down as head coach of AC Milan after the Serie A side missed out on Champions League qualification.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he has never had a better team for a final as they prepare to face Tottenham in the Champions League showpiece.
A writer says a poster "rips off" her book's title, and tries to "piggyback" on the movement's success.
The ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pledges to give half of her $37bn fortune to charity.
Theresa May has said she will not comment on the views of those trying to succeed her, but "the best option for the UK is to leave the European Union with a deal."