Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson out for three weeks
Jordan Henderson picked up the injury towards the end of the 1-0 defeat to the Spanish side in the Champions League last-16 first leg on Tuesday.
BTS releases new album with 4 million pre-orders
The album broke records even before it came out as South Korea's most pre-ordered album ever and its lead single making its debut on video app TikTok.
Viral video prompts outpouring for bullied 9-year-old boy
A video of nine-year-old Quaden Bayles uploaded to Facebook by his mother showed him crying and repeatedly saying he wanted to die after being bullied at school.
Italy smell blood against Scotland in Six Nations
Both teams are looking for their first win of the tournament after two defeats apiece, with the loser likely to end up with the wooden spoon this campaign.
Crusaders hit party mode in romp over Highlanders
The Crusaders scored four first-half tries in front of an ecstatic home crowd, capitalising on some woeful Highlanders defence.
Wilder, Fury, ready for Vegas rematch
Unbeaten WBC champion Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury go head-to-head 14 months after battling to a draw in Los Angeles.
Federer targets Wimbledon after knee surgery blow
Roger Federer, who has amassed 103 career titles, explained that he had intended to avoid surgery if possible but the problem in his right knee refused to go away.
Martial grabs key goal for Man Utd in Bruges
Martial though hauled United level before half-time with an excellent run and finish after pouncing on a defensive lapse from Brandon Mechele.
Trump ally gets 40 months' prison amid presidential meddling row
Trump said soon after he believed Stone had a 'very good chance' of being cleared in the long run, accusing the jury without evidence of being 'tainted.'
Trump scoffs at 'Parasite's' Oscar win
'Parasite', a dark comedy exploring class divides, made history by becoming the first non-English-language film to win Hollywood's biggest annual prize.
Three new coronavirus cases in Iran after two deaths
The pair who died were elderly Iranian citizens and residents of the city of Qom. They were the first confirmed deaths from the COVID-19 virus in the Middle East.
China sees drop in new virus cases, but more deaths abroad
Fatalities in China hit 2,118 as 114 more people died, but health officials reported the lowest number of new cases in nearly a month, including in hardest-hit Hubei province.
S.Sudan's Kiir, Machar agree to form unity government on Saturday
Salva Kiir confirmed that they had agreed to join together for the third time in government -- an experiment which has twice previously ended in disaster.
S.Sudan citizens 'deliberately starved' by warring parties: UN
The three-member commission looked into abuses between the signing of a peace deal in September 2018 and December 2019.
Sweden creates $1m prizes for sustainable food solutions
The world's population, currently at 7.8 billion, is expected to grow to close to 10 billion by 2050.
Investigators see 'xenophobic motive' behind Germany shootings
Sources close to the investigation confirmed media reports that text and video material was found at the home of the perpetrator, who media reported was a 43-year-old man identified only as Tobias R.
Pakistan's Umar Akmal suspended under anti-corruption code
The 29-year-old has received numerous fines and suspensions in his 11-year career, and was arrested in 2014 after violating traffic rules in his native Lahore.
Mourinho sees no bright side for Spurs without Son and Kane
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris kept his side in the tie with a string of important saves, but he could not prevent Timo Werner from the penalty spot as the German international's 26th goal of the season gave Leipzig a lead to defend on home soil on 10 March.