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Congo coach Claude LeRoy says his team's journey to their opening Nations Cup match took almost an hour longer than it should have.
Eljero Elia scores twice as Southampton beat Newcastle to move back above Manchester United into third place.
Troops are deployed across Belgium to protect the country from any potential terrorist attacks.
Thievy Bifouma scores late for Congo to deny hosts Equatorial Guinea victory in the opening match of the Africa Cup of Nations.
A man is arrested on suspicion of pitch encroachment after a Nottingham Forest player was allegedly attacked during a match with Derby County.
Comedian and writer Stephen Fry announces on Twitter that he has married his partner Elliott Spencer by tweeting a picture of them signing the register.
A man is arrested following a large protest by Rangers supporters before and after the club's match against Hearts at Ibrox on Friday.
Eurotunnel says it expects to resume vehicle and freight services through the Channel Tunnel on Saturday night after a lorry fire closed the tunnel earlier.
Goals from Marouane Fellaini and James Wilson give Manchester United a hard-fought three points at struggling QPR.
One of the brothers who attacked French magazine Charlie Hebdo is buried in an unmarked grave in Reims, against the wishes of the mayor.
Chelsea open a five-point gap at the top of the Premier League table after a dominant display against Swansea City.
Liverpool increase the pressure on Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert by beating his side to secure a third away league win on the trot.
Johnny Chatterton, a Eurostar passenger who was trying to travel to Paris, explains what happened to him when the Channel Tunnel was closed because of a lorry fire.
Ben Lawton, a Eurotunnel passenger on the train on which a lorry caught fire, describes how passengers were evacuated from the tunnel.
Andy Murray enters the Australian Open in buoyant mood and admits deteriorating team relationships made changes to key personnel vital.
World number one Neil Robertson crushes defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-1 to reach his third Masters final.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a building thought to be a fish factory in Peterhead.
Mike Bushell visits a temporary disc golf course in Basingstoke where he met the British number one and spoke to some of those learning the game.
Ivory Coast coach Herve Renard says his team cannot rely only on Wilfried Bony and Yaya Toure at the Nations Cup.
Former champion chaser Sprinter Sacre Ascot finishes second to winner Dodging Bullets in the runner-up's comeback race at Ascot.