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The Spitfire was doing aerobatics near Biggin Hill Airport, south-east London, a report finds.
German fifth seed Angelique Kerber suffers a shock first-round defeat by world number 81 Anastasia Potapova at the French Open.
Football needs "to look at how it treats the owners at some of its clubs", says departing EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey.
Watch Brazil stars Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Filipe Luis and Ederson play Futmesa before the Copa America.
The man and woman are due to appear before Sheffield Magistrates' Court on Monday.
First results are due on Sunday evening in a vote where nationalists seek to change the balance of power.
Jodie Chesney, 17, was stabbed to death in an east London park in March.
England's Annabel Dimmock secures her first Ladies European Tour title by winning the Jabra Ladies Open in France.
After an outstanding clay court season and a superb Fed Cup, Johanna Konta heads into the French Open in fine shape.
Will Arcadia's restructuring save the company or hasten its demise?
Should sports do more to help female athletes feel 'more comfortable' having children during career?
You're an athlete at the top of your sport, but you also want to start a family. What do you do?
Margaret Gallagher's cottage doesn't have electricity or running water - and she wouldn't change a thing.
Comedian Andy Zaltzman gives his unique perspective on the runners and riders of the Cricket World Cup.
During state visit to Japan, the US president put himself at odds with his hosts and his own advisers.
One Syrian pupil at St Clare’s Primary School in Belfast has been excelling at language subjects.
BBC Sport looks back to 2011 when Japan defeated the USA in a thrilling Women's World Cup final, with just 12 days until the 2019 tournament starts.
Speaking at Radio 1’s Big Weekend, the singer chats about playing a pop star in the sci-fi thriller.