Canadian judge agrees to publication ban in mosque shooting trial
Alexandre Bissonnette is accused of six counts of premeditated murder and five charges of attempted murder.
Sochi Olympics doping re-tests to run to 2022 - IOC
The IOC had said in December there was 'evidence of manipulation of one or more of their urine samples' collected in Sochi.
Trump to reverse Obama-era environmental rules - reports
EPA employees had been told that Trump could sign some executive orders shortly after his pick to head the agency, Scott Pruitt, was confirmed by the US senate.
#RandReport: Rand weakens, Shoprite tops stocks index
The rand weakened on Tuesday with Shoprite topping the Blue-chip index after the retailer reported a rise in half-year profit.
Land Rover drops Dan Carter after failing drink-driving test
The three-times World Player of the Year has lost his sponsorship contract with Land Rover after failing a drink-driving test in France.
India keen to take down Australia for perfect end to season
With the opening Test between the world’s top two Test teams beginning in Pune, the odds are stacked heavily in favour of hosts India.
Lions should pick NZ-born Solomona for tour, says Healey
Sale’s Auckland-born winger Denny Solomona has been drawing rave reviews in England’s Premiership since switching from rugby league.
Going from low- to intermediate-fitness may prolong life
Patients who were able to improve to intermediate or high fitness levels reduced their risk of death during the study by roughly 40%.
ICC suspends Sri Lanka's Dickwella for misconduct
Niroshan Dickwella has reportedly been banned for two limited-over matches after his latest breach of ICC code of conduct.
Rooney misses United trip to St Etienne - reports
The striker has been struggling with a muscle injury and last played at the start of February.
Israeli soldier gets 18 months for killing wounded Palestinian attacker
As the wounded Abd Ashareef lay on the ground unable to move, Elor Azaria took aim with his rifle and put a bullet in his head.
Arsene Wenger astonished by Sutton's fight
The Arsenal manager left Sutton United with a deeper respect after watching his side being pushed hard by their far less illustrious opponents.
Bodies of 74 migrants found on Libyan beach
The bodies were recovered on Monday and the migrants appeared to have died during the past two days.
2018 Olympics Games chief has no doubts about Samsung commitment
Samsung extended its sponsorship contract as a worldwide partner to the Olympics in 2014, taking it through to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games.
Spurs can fight on three fronts, says fit-again Vertonghen
Following a tough week, Tottenham bounced back with a 3-0 FA Cup fifth-round win at Fulham on Sunday, after defeats by Liverpool in the Premier League and at Gent in the Europa League.
Rooney could miss League Cup final, says Mourinho
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that Wayne Rooney is still struggling with a muscle injury.
Leicester complains to FA over crowd behaviour at Millwall
Police were forced to intervene when Millwall supporters ran onto the pitch after their team's 1-0 victory over Premier League champions Leicester.
Iraqi forces battling Isis close on Mosul airport
Helicopters were seen strafing the Albu Saif hill during the day to clear it of snipers, while machinegun fire and rocket propelled grenades could be heard.