Macron draws fire as admirer flouts law over Islamic face veil
Such veils, known as niqabs, have become a political lightning rod in France since 2010 when it became the first European country to ban them in public.
Klopp calls on Anfield faithful to come out in numbers for Atletico match
Saul Niguez raised the roof at a bouncing Wanda Metropolitano by scoring in the fourth minute before Atletico's defence kicked in, suffocating the European champions and denying them a single shot on target.
Mediterranean diet boosts good bacteria, curbs harmful ones
The results held true regardless of age or weight that make-up the human microbiome, the scientists reported in the journal 'Gut'.
Lesotho ruling party gives PM resignation deadline
The supreme decision-making body of Thabane's All Basotho Convention (ABC) party met on Monday and agreed on a deadline for the 80-year-old Thabane to step down.
Can anyone stop Australia? Hosts target fifth title at women's T20 World Cup
Meg Lanning's defending champions, and four-time winners, were rarely tested through the second half of 2019 when they whitewashed an injury-ravaged West Indies and a developing Sri Lanka team in the short format.
WHO urges calm as China virus death toll reaches 2,000
The outbreak is threatening to put a dent in the global economy, with China paralysed by vast quarantine measures and major firms such as iPhone maker Apple and mining giant BHP warning it could damage bottom lines.
Gutsy Atletico given hope after surprise win over Liverpool
Liverpool were the victims of an old-fashioned Atletico Madrid masterclass on Tuesday as Diego Simeone's side ground out a 1-0 win in Madrid to give themselves hope of reaching the Champions League quarterfinals.
Phenomenon Haaland outshines PSG superstars to confirm arrival on biggest stage
The two most expensive players in the world were unable to outshine the prolific Erling Braut Haaland as the Norwegian sensation continued his remarkable rise by scoring both goals in Borussia Dortmund's 2-1 defeat of Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.
Mexican arrested in US for Russian spying
Hector Alejandro Cabrera Fuentes, a Mexican citizen who lives in Singapore, is accused of conspiracy and 'acting within the United States on behalf of a foreign government.'
Hong Kong reports second coronavirus fatality
In mainland China, where the virus first emerged, more than 2,000 people have been killed and 74,000 infected.
Bare-faced robbery: Thieves steal 6,000 hygiene masks in Japan
Masks have sold out at many drug and discount stores across the nation as the number of infections have increased in Japan - one of the most affected countries after China.
'Jetman' stuns with Iron Man-style flight over Dubai
Reffet and his collaborators, known as 'Jetmen', have literally scaled new heights with the help of jetpacks and carbon-fire wings, staging a series of aerial displays that send them tearing through the skies at breakneck speed.
Bezos launches $10 bn fund to combat climate change
The e-commerce tycoon said the Bezos Earth Fund would 'fund scientists, activists, NGOs - any effort that offers a real possibility to help preserve and protect the natural world.'
'Rules are rules' - Wenger has little sympathy for Man City's ban
On Friday, UEFA announced City had been banned from continental competition for two seasons for what the body said were "serious" financial fair-play breaches between 2012 and 2016.
Neymar's PSG return 'changes everything' for Dortmund clash - Tuchel
Tuchel named the Brazilian superstar in his squad for their last-16 first-leg tie in Germany despite the world's most expensive player missing the French club's last four games through injury.
Porto's Marega 'couldn't stay on the pitch' after racist abuse
Marega, 28, walked off the field in disgust after being subjected to a torrent of monkey chants after scoring the winner in a 2-1 victory over his former club on Sunday.
Kindergarten Klopp says Simeone's Atleti still a threat to rampant Reds
Klopp will face Simeone for the first time at the Wanda Metropolitano on Tuesday and he paid tribute to the Argentinian while brushing off Atletico's disappointing form that has them clear outsiders to reach the Champions League quarterfinals.
US Boy Scouts file for bankruptcy after abuse scandal
Bankruptcy proceedings will help the Boy Scouts to 'equitably compensate' victims through the establishment of a victims' compensation trust and allow the organisation to continue at a local level, a statement from the group said.