Conor McGregor appears to have announced a highly-anticipated return to UFC in December.
A top scientist has said it is “appropriate to be scared” about the pace at which climate change is taking place.
Former prime minister David Cameron rang European leaders and then US president Barack Obama to apologise for his ultimately failed strategy to keep Britain in the European Union.
Hong Kong officials have reiterated that violence is not the solution following the chaos caused by an unapproved march which saw police firing tear gas and water cannons when demonstrators lobbed Molotov cocktails at government buildings.
Parliament may have been prorogued but this week is set to be a key one for Brexit with drama expected at home and abroad.
High profile celebrities – including ex-England striker Gary Lineker and Countdown presenter Rachel Riley – have pledged not to publicise the social media abuse they receive from vile online trolls.
Former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas is planning to team up with the Duke of Sussex to raise awareness of HIV.
Joe Root was delighted to end English cricket’s golden summer on a high after drawing the Ashes but will not rest until the urn is back on home soil.
Victorious captain Catriona Matthew paid tribute to “trailblazer” Suzann Pettersen after the hero of Europe’s Solheim Cup triumph at Gleneagles announced her retirement from professional golf.
US President Donald Trump has said that his country is “locked and loaded” to respond after a drone attack on Saudi Arabia that cut into global energy supplies and halved the kingdom’s oil production.