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Elite female athletes share their stories after a BBC survey discovered one in five respondents had witnessed or experienced racism.
The travel giant makes a £1bn loss in three months - but says summer bookings for 2021 are up 145%.
Oscar-nominated actor Jonathan Pryce will play Prince Philip in the 1990s in Netflix's royal drama.
James Anderson gives England the perfect start to the first day of the second Test by trapping Pakistan opener Shan Masood bang in front of the stumps.
Defiance is spreading in the face of attacks by police on people in the streets and detainees.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil says he will stay with the club "through to the last day" of his contract next June.
Watford are set to appoint Vladimir Ivic as their replacement for sacked manager Nigel Pearson.
Adam Gemili will take on world 200m champion Noah Lyles at Friday's Diamond League meeting in Monaco, streamed live on the BBC.
FC Dallas' Reggie Cannon condemns the "disgusting" booing of players kneeling during the national anthem by some home fans before an MLS game.
The US calls for rules to be eased after Donald Trump complained of issues washing his hair.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday morning.
Why fridges, vials and polling stations could be key in the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine.
The country's biggest city, Auckland, is back in lockdown after a family cluster emerged.
The life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.
Fears about spikes in US Covid-19 cases have led to some hostility between Canadians and Americans.
Grades will be higher but there are questions about the fairness of estimated A-level results.
Protesters accuse police of brutality in the wake of Sunday's disputed presidential election.
Are you concerned about your results? Experts answer some of your questions.
China and Russia are among countries willing to use coronavirus to their advantage, MPs say.
The US will maintain import duties on $7.5bn worth of items including French cheese and whiskies.