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Fifa chief Sepp Blatter acknowledges an FBI investigation into alleged football corruption, but says he will visit the US.
Woody Allen says the new TV series he is creating for Amazon "could be a cosmic embarrassment".
Hull midfielder Jake Livermore is suspended by the club but no official reason is given for the sanction.
England rugby player Manu Tuilagi will not play in this year's World Cup after admitting assaulting a police officer, head coach Stuart Lancaster says.
A DNA profile matching the man accused of murdering Kevin "Gerbil" Carroll was found on a carrier bag in which a gun was discovered, a court hears.
Indonesia is being urged to stop so-called virginity tests for female military recruits, but why are they doing them and who else does?
Ex-aide to Osama Bin Laden, Khalid al-Fawwaz, is sentenced to life in US prison for 1998 US embassy bombings in east Africa that killed 224 people.
Syrian government forces try to drive back Islamic State militants from the ancient ruins of Palmyra, one of the archaeological jewels of the Middle East.
A driver accused of causing a motorcyclist's death had no intention of racing him, a jury is told.
Legislation dealing with extremists will need to be very carefully drafted if it is to avoid accusations of curtailing free speech.
A girl severely disabled by medical blunders at a Lancashire hospital is awarded more than £13m in damages.
The Football League will allow Queens Park Rangers to play in the Championship next season despite their legal battle.
Three of the leader of an attempted coup in Burundi have been arrested, though the coup leader is still on the run, according to officials.