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The man suspected of carrying out Tuesday's deadly attack has been killed by police, reports say.
Chelsea lose striker Alvaro Morata to a knee injury as they draw with MOL Vidi in a Europa League dead rubber.
British Cycling coaches had "complete" control over its athletes, according to evidence heard at ex-rider Jess Varnish's employment tribunal.
Steven Gerrard's Rangers fail to reach the Europa League last 32 as Rapid Vienna progress thanks to a late Dejan Ljubicic winner in Austria.
Aston Villa "reassign" under-23s manager Kevin MacDonald from his role amid allegations of bullying by a former player.
The latest test flight by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic makes it to space and back safely.
Only one in five landlords would let to a young person who has been homeless, says report.
The New York Times is sent thousands of tales of accidental eye contact on the Tube and badly made tea.
The other-worldly aura of the committee room where Mrs May's fate was announced.
Around the world, the shower will peak during 13 or 14 December, with up to 120 meteors per hour.
More than 1,300 people were referred to the authorities for extreme right-wing activity in 2017/18.
Suspected gunman Cherif Chekatt, who killed three at a Christmas market, is still on the run.
Jeremy Corbyn is being urged to call a no-confidence vote in the PM by other opposition parties.
12-year-old Alfie Coleiro was bullied anonymously because of his ginger hair, so he wrote a poem in response.
Blind Liverpool supported whose exchange with his cousin has gone viral tells BBC Sport, "I celebrate like every football fan!"
Sports Direct's owner Mike Ashley has written a bluntly worded letter to the boss of Debenhams.
England would have to "screw-up" to not win the 2019 World Cup, according to fast bowler James Anderson.
One Police and Crime Commissioner says it is still not enough, as crime rises.
From basking in a golden glow to being pilloried for operating in ethically grey areas - maybe it is a natural time for Team Sky to end, writes Tom Fordyce.
Donald Trump said Michael Cohen was "supposed to know the law" and was just trying to embarrass him.