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An own goal from defender Fabricio Coloccini gives Arsenal an unconvincing victory over 10-man Newcastle.
Sir Ben Ainslie's Land Rover BAR team finish second in Saturday's two races in the America's Cup World Series in Sweden.
Usain Bolt wins his third gold of the World Athletics Championships by leading home Jamaica in the 4x100m relay.
Turkish fighter jets attack Islamic State group targets in Syria for the first time, the Turkish foreign ministry says.
Two bus passengers are trapped and a further 10 are injured when a bus crashes into a tree in east London.
Memorial events are being held to mark one week since the Shoreham air crash in which 11 people are thought to have died.
Richard Levi hits an unbeaten 63 as Northants beat Birmingham Bears to reach the T20 Blast final at Edgbaston.
Three Bulgarians and an Afghan appear in court in Hungary in connection with the deaths of 71 migrants found in the back of a lorry in Austria.
Great Britain's Mo Farah completes a historic 'triple-double' with victory in the 5,000m at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
Music fans give their verdict on Mumford & Sons' headlining the traditionally rock music festival at Reading.
Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe hits back at criticism levelled at him following his advert for a personal assistant.
HSBC says payments delayed by an IT glitch "should be processed today" - despite previously saying the issue would be fixed on Friday night.
The conviction of three al-Jazeera journalists by an Egyptian court "sends a dangerous message", lawyer Amal Clooney says.
Kevin de Bruyne is set to have a medical at Manchester City before a club-record move to the Premier League side.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says Chelsea cannot "click their fingers" and buy England defender John Stones.
Actor Sir Ian McKellen has played a variety of amazing parts in his career, but one role he has always held dear in his personal life is as a gay rights campaigner.
Police in Bangkok say they have arrested a man in connection with a bomb that killed 20 people in the Thai capital nearly two weeks ago.
Three al-Jazeera journalists convicted in Egypt of "spreading false news" are sentenced to three years in prison at their retrial in Cairo.
Two French reporters have been arrested and accused of attempting to blackmail the king of Morocco, lawyers say.
The UN secretary general says "much more is required" to prevent the deaths of refugees and migrants fleeing to Europe after hundreds were reported dead in a few days.