Laurent Koscielny has ended his nine-year stay at Arsenal by returning to France to join Bordeaux in Ligue 1.
Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has urged people to “come together” during a time of “great fear and great division”.
Barack Obama and Beyonce have led the tributes to US Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, who has died aged 88.
Hundreds of residents evacuated from Whaley Bridge have been left “increasingly fed-up” as only a small number were able to return to their homes on Tuesday.
The celebrity contestants announced for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing include two soap stars, two footballers and a YouTuber.
England paceman Jofra Archer stylishly staked his claim for a debut in the second Test of the Ashes with six wickets and a century during a dominant display for Sussex’s second XI.
The agonising wait is over for thousands of school pupils across Tayside and Fife.
Radio DJ Dev Griffin said the Strictly Come Dancing curse was “half the reason” he signed up after being announced as the next celebrity confirmed for the BBC show.
Wayne Rooney said he had plenty of offers as he sought a return to England but the opportunity to work as a player-coach under Derby manager Phillip Cocu was “too great to turn down”.
Stormont should be restored to give Northern Ireland a first and deputy first minister’s voice at the Brexit negotiating table, the Irish premier has said.