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Raheem Sterling could miss England's game against Germany, while Gary Cahill will captain the side in Dortmund.
The body of IRA leader turned Sinn Féin politician is carried home after his death at the age of 66.
Eddie Jones says the British and Irish Lions should name four captains - one from each of their four national teams.
Neil Gorsuch adds he would have "walked out" if Trump had asked him to overturn a key abortion ruling.
A French prosecuting magistrate opens an investigation into claims that the carmaker broke emissions tests.
Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic, has taken the decision to remove the horns from its white rhinos for their safety.
Summit of EU member states to discuss Brexit to be held on 29 April, a month after UK triggers Article 50.
Laptops, e-readers and games consoles are among the items banned from cabin luggage on some flights.
It's going to be based on her famous song and features a young girl called Mariah who falls in love with a dog called Jack.
Paris and Los Angeles say they are only interested in hosting the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics - and not the 2028 Games.
Martin McGuinness was a senior commander within the Provisional IRA for many years, reports BBC NI's Vincent Kearney.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he was not told Ben Woodburn was to be given his first Wales call-up.
The first thing Jim Blockley asked was "what was the score" after collapsing during Leicester's Champions League match against Sevilla.
Footage appears to show Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny being attacked with a green liquid.
A mother who has two children with Down's syndrome says she wants the world to know she's proud of them.
A judge in Hawaii has halted President Trump's travel ban. How else has the state influenced the US?
Not all cyber-attacks are about theft, some seek to undermine the trust placed in data and documents.
BBC team travels with Iraqi forces as they close in on a mosque where IS declared a caliphate in 2014.