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Everton boss Roberto Martinez says Chelsea's Diego Costa must learn the "ethics and culture" of British football after his side's 6-3 win.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted into the National Football League, fails to make the final roster for the St Louis Rams.
Marcos Rojo's Manchester United debut is being held up by a four-year-old claim he rowed with a neighbour in Argentina.
Leaders of five of El Salvador's powerful gangs say they will stop attacking police and military in a bid to re-launch a gang truce agreed two years ago.
A US television host and former Suffolk dance school teacher was shot dead by his son-in-law at his home in Louisiana, local police say.
England captain Alastair Cook defends his team's tactics after a second successive heavy defeat in the one-day series with India.
With two days to go until the transfer window closes, Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has plenty to ponder, says Phil McNulty.
About 600 people take part in a protest march in Newport ahead of the Nato summit being held in the city.
Family members join police in search for missing Isaac Nash, 12, who was swept into the sea off Anglesey while on holiday.
Police say they are treating an arson attack on two cars in Dunmurry as a hate crime.
A GPS tracking device being deployed by police in Florida enables officers to follow a vehicle without the need for a potentially dangerous high-speed pursuit.
A man is charged with religiously-aggravated assault after MP George Galloway was attacked in a west London street.
Lesotho's prime minister crosses into South Africa, accusing Lesotho's army of staging a coup and telling the BBC his life is in danger.
A man is arrested after votes for the independence referendum were listed on internet auction site eBay.