Huddersfield stun Manchester United
Manchester United suffered their first defeat of the season with a shock 2-1 loss at promoted Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
Barcelona to offer Messi lifetime deal
Messi, 30, agreed a four-year deal with Barcelona in July, although has not officially signed it yet.
Spain will sack Catalan government, call regional election
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said the Catalan economy was already in worrying shape as a result of the regional government’s push for independence.
Chelsea withstand pressure to sink Watford
Substitute Michy Batshuayi scored two second-half goals to help snatch a 4-2 victory for stuttering champions Chelsea against a lively Watford side.
Critics urge WHO to reverse 'wrong' choice of Mugabe as goodwill envoy
The British government said Mugabe’s appointment was 'surprising and disappointing' and added that it risked overshadowing the WHO’s global work.
Trump to release JFK files, subject to 'further information'
Trump was quoted as saying he would almost certainly block the release of information from some of the thousands of classified files.
Gunmen kill 12 Niger gendarmes in attack near Mali border
The gunmen crossed over the border from Mali and drove up to the village of Ayorou, about 40 km inside, before springing their attack.
Wallabies down All Blacks in Brisbane
New Zealand beat Australia 54-34 in Sydney and 35-29 in Dunedin during the Rugby Championship and so were already assured of retaining the Bledisloe Cup for a 15th successive season.
Suicide bombers attack two Afghan mosques, at least 72 dead
At least 39 people died in the blast at the Imam Zaman mosque in the city’s western Dasht-e-Barchi district, interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said.
Ferrari replace Vettel's chassis
The governing FIA said stewards had agreed the car could be submitted for re-scrutineering on Saturday before final practice.
Thailand rehearses lavish $90m funeral for late king
The procession rehearsal, which was expected to take up to five hours, passed crowds of black-clad mourners in Bangkok’s historic quarter.
In Kirkuk, Kurds' joy turns to fear after Iraqi army takeover
An Arab couple who have seen Kirkuk change hands several times before said they now feel safer and more comfortable.
At least 30 police die in clash in Egypt's Western desert - security sources
A number of suspected militants were also killed and security forces are combing the area, a statement by the Interior Ministry said.
North Korea says to continue nuclear tests – RIA
RIA also quoted him as telling the same event that Trump had “thousands” of nuclear weapons at his disposal and that the US leader was playing “nuclear football.”
Rockets strike downtown Kabul, no casualties reported
At around 6 am alarms could be heard sounding at the headquarters of the Nato-led military mission, as well as at several foreign embassies in the area.
Matchmaker Merkel seeks awkward three-way embrace
Party delegations each made five-minute presentations before breaking ahead of further discussions due on Tuesday.
Jamaica or bust - Merkel starts crunch coalition talks
The talks between Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc, the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) and the Greens are styled as 'exploratory'.
Huddersfield's Billing faces surgery, 12 weeks out
The Danish midfielder fell to the ground clutching his leg and was carried off on a stretcher on the hour-mark at the Liberty Stadium.