Confused Palace fans accidentally vandalise own team bus
The coach was daubed with the club's name 'Crystal Palace FC' in red, white & blue paint across the sides and rear of the vehicle.
Toure unsure over Man City future
Toure has been in fine form since returning to Pep Guardiola's side, scoring six goals in 18 appearances in all competitions so far.
‘People’s Court’ judge Joseph Wapner dies at 97 – reports
Wapner’s son, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Fred Wapner, told CNN his father died at his home in Los Angeles of natural causes.
Viola Davis, Iranian movie win Oscars as Trump looms large
Mahershala Ali won his first Oscar on Sunday for his supporting role in 'Moonlight'.
South Korea acting president declines to extend special prosecution probe
The special prosecutor’s office will hold a briefing at 1030 local time to comment on the decision not to extend the probe.
Iraqi forces aim to secure Mosul bridge, link up to east bank
Army engineers plan to rehabilitate the bridge to allow troops to bring in reinforcements and supplies directly from the eastern side.
Trump budget plan boosts Pentagon, trims State Dept, EPA – officials
Trump, in a speech to conservative activists on Friday, promised “one of the greatest military buildups in American history.”
United’s Ibrahimovic strikes twice to win League Cup
His 26th goal of the season in all competitions followed a sublime first-half free kick that gave United the lead.
Shivering weather greets Oscar red carpet arrivals
In pre-show drama, pregnant lead actress contender Natalie Portman bowed out of the ceremony because of her advanced condition.
Famine-hit South Sudanese eat weeds and water lilies to survive
The refuge has a steep price: families cannot farm crops or earn money to buy food.
UN air operation disperses Central African Republic militia
Monteiro told Reuters in an email that the operation had “engaged one helicopter,” but gave no further details.
German driver arrested after ramming crowd, police say no signs of terrorism
The 35-year-old suspect, who was chased and shot by police and later operated on in a hospital in the southwestern German city for his wounds.
Morocco king urges UN measures on Western Sahara
The king talked with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, denouncing the Polisario Front which for decades has sought 'self-determination' for the desert region.
Kipsang misses world record in Tokyo Marathon win
The 34-year-old was looking to better compatriot Dennis Kimetto's mark of 2:02.57 and wrest back the world record he lost in 2014.
Australia find formula to exploit India weaknesses
Australia's batsmen saw out close to 182 overs in their two innings while their Indian counterparts lost all 20 wickets in just 74 overs.
This may hurt, says Hamilton as F1 gets back on track
Hamilton will be in the car on Monday afternoon, with new team mate Bottas taking care of the morning laps after replacing retired world champion Rosberg.
Reports: Mcebisi Jonas named in police probe into alleged corruption at SAA
The Hawks are investigating allegations that Jonas used his political influence to secure US aircraft company AAR Corp contracts at the state airline.
Wary of Trump unpredictability, China ramps up naval abilities
China unveils the defence budget for this year at next month’s annual meeting of parliament, a closely watched figure around the region.