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'It will be one of the biggest comeback stories' - sprinter Ellington on return two years after crash
British sprinter James Ellington says it will be "one of the biggest sporting comebacks" if he makes the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games - two years after a serious motorbike crash.
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos says he "had no choice" but to make the foul that earned him a yellow card against Ajax.
The footballer's body has arrived back in Argentina ahead of a funeral on Saturday.
The oil and gas company believes a prohibition on single-use plastic could increase CO2, but is that true?
A man is being held on suspicion of murder over the deaths of three men in their 80s from Exeter.
President Trump says a "crisis" at the border has forced his hand - but what do the numbers tell us?
The US president confirms he will use emergency powers to build a wall on Mexico's border.
More than 1,700 people estimated to have returned to Western Europe, after joining Islamic State group.
The star, whose new single is a plea for gun reform, wants to see more efforts to represent hip hop at the Grammys.
The intelligence chief also expresses concern about people returning from Syria with "dangerous" skills.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United will not panic after suffering their first defeat under his interim management.
Manchester City will "suffer" against Newport County in Saturday's FA Cup fifth-round tie, says boss Pep Guardiola.
A Chinese actor has apologised after it was revealed he plagiarised two pieces of academic work
Andrew Hill has defended his performance at three air shows in the year before the Shoreham crash.
The photography competition celebrates the 70th anniversary of UK national parks.
Police are quizzing a 12 and 13-year-old after a car hit a tree, injuring the six-year-old passenger.
Ouch podcast: Actor Jack Binstead knew there was a chance Daisy would have brittle bones like him
Comedian Jay Lafferty teaches the youngsters how to make an audience laugh
Thousands of people gather in London, as students around the UK miss school to call for action.
A British-led mission demonstrates a projectile that could one day be used to clear up space junk.