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Ghana coach Avram Grant predicts Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations Cup final against Ivory Coast will be a good game.
Armed police officers are called to deal with an "ongoing incident" in the Grangetown area of Cardiff, police say.
A number of PSNI officers are back at work despite facing allegations that include misconduct over a death in custody, drink driving and theft, the chief constable reveals.
Stuart Lancaster's best win? What now for Wales? Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce on what we learned from Wales v England.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations final between Ivory Coast and Ghana.
The family of a 27-year-old man who was found dead at his flat in the Kennishead area of Glasgow pay tribute to him.
South African writer Andre Brink, an outspoken critic of apartheid, dies aged 79.
England captain Eoin Morgan says claims that modern bats are too big and favour batsmen are "absolutely ridiculous".
Mark Cavendish won a final-stage sprint to capture the Tour of Dubai title ahead of Germany's John Degenkolb.
At least 34 people are killed in three bomb attacks in Baghdad, security officials say, hours before a long-standing night-time curfew is to be lifted.
UKIP apologises for a tweet which said the death of a PC under investigation after the Rotherham scandal was "karma".
There is money to be made from the rising fashion of collecting older technology as it goes out of production.