The RAF has two of its jets deployed in Estonia have been scrambled twice in recent days to intercept Russian aircraft.
Bangladesh continued their dominance over the West Indies with a record run chase and a seven-wicket win to move up to fifth in the World Cup standings.
A wealthy US stock trader has been sentenced to nine years in prison over the death in a fire of a man who was helping him secretly dig tunnels for a nuclear bunker beneath a home.
A calf has been born to a giraffe described as a “super mom” by the zoo where she lives.
Madonna and Bruce Springsteen are battling it out for this week’s number one album.
Rangers face a potential Europa League rematch with Progres Niederkorn as Steven Gerrard closes in on a loan deal for Liverpool youngster Sheyi Ojo.
Cameron Norrie missed out on one of the biggest scalps of his career at Queen’s Club after going down in three sets to last year’s Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson.
There is a war of words raging across the globe. The opposing forces are, on one side, the entire North American continent, and a battalion of etymology experts at the Oxford University Press (with support from The Oxford English Dictionary). And on the other side . . . me.
Celtic face a trip to Eastern Europe or Malta in their opening Champions League qualifier after UEFA confirmed the groupings for Tuesday’s first-round draw.
Lee Bowyer is set to leave Charlton after the club revealed they have failed to agree terms with their manager over a new contract.