Some 46,000 General Motors auto workers strike in US
The move to strike, which the Wall Street Journal described as the first major stoppage at GM in more than a decade, came after the manufacturer's four-year contract with workers expired without an agreement on a replacement.
Bloemfontein Celtic win despite goalkeeper gaffe
Bloemfontein Celtic spared the blushes of veteran goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane by scoring twice in two minutes and defeating Stellenbosch 2-1 Sunday in the South African Premiership.
3 things we learned from the Premier League weekend
Behind the top two, there is a five-way tie between those likely to be fighting for the final two Champions League places this season with Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Leicester all on eight points from the opening five games.
Lilly, Thailand's Greta Thunberg, wages 'war' on plastic
Thailand is the sixth-largest global contributor to ocean pollution, and plastic is a scourge.
Artist hopes gold toilet taken by 'Robin Hood' types
Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan told the New York Times that when he first heard news of Saturday's pre-dawn theft of his fully-functioning work 'America', he thought it was a prank.
Wilson hands Everton more away day blues at Bournemouth
The England international took advantage of some sloppy defending from the visitors to head home the opener from close range, but Everton levelled before half-time through Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Rain washes out first India-South Africa T20
The pitch and the square at the start of the three-match series remained covered throughout, with rain lashing the sleepy hill station in the Himalayan foothills.
Mugabe's body heads for wake in home village
Mugabe died a week ago aged 95 in Singapore, nearly two years after he was ousted in a 2017 coup that ended nearly four decades of increasingly autocratic rule.
Marquez wins San Marino MotoGP
The Honda rider, started on the second row, but snatched victory on the final lap from France's Fabio Quartararo, on a Yamaha-SRT, who had the lead for most of the race.
All Blacks scotch Sonny Bill injury rumours
Social media in New Zealand has been abuzz with reports that Williams was heading home, which would have been the second injury blow for the defending champions after losing flanker Luke Jacobson.
England in the 'right place' to win Rugby World Cup, says George
The English have waited four years to banish the nightmare of the last World Cup, and George believes they could go all the way in Japan after being meticulously prepared by Eddie Jones for what looks like being a wide-open tournament.
W African leaders agree billion-dollar anti-jihadist plan
The plan, to be funded from 2020 to 2024, was announced at end of the Economic Community Summit of West African States in Ouagadougou, where the ECOWAS nations were joined by Mauritania and Chad.
Ex-PM Cameron slams Johnson over Brexit
Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a blistering attack on the UK's current leader Boris Johnson in extracts of his memoirs published Sunday, accusing him of only backing Brexit to further his own career.
Israel to decide Netanyahu's fate in election rerun
Final opinion polls released Friday indicate another tight race between Likud and the centrist Blue and White alliance led by ex-military chief Benny Gantz, and a repeat stalemate cannot be ruled out.
Man City stunned by Norwich as Liverpool stretch Premier League lead
Tottenham and Chelsea bounced back to form with comprehensive wins over Crystal Palace and Wolves respectively, while Manchester United held out for a much-needed three points with a 1-0 victory over Leicester.
Kaizer Chiefs stay top despite first league loss
Kaizer Chiefs remained top of the South African Premiership Saturday despite surrendering an unbeaten record as Jabulani Maluleke gave Polokwane City a surprise 1-0 away win in Soweto.
Liverpool stretch Premier League lead, Chelsea, Tottenham hit form
Tammy Abraham's sensational form continued as the English forward scored a hat-trick as Chelsea romped to a 5-2 win at Wolves.
One hurt as blast rocks southern Swedish city
A woman in her twenties, who was passing when the explosion occurred in the centre of the city Lund around 2:30am, was found injured at the scene and taken to hospital.