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North Korea has test-fired a missile from the western part of its country, according to South Korea's joint chiefs of staff.
Yaya Toure sees the balance of power in Manchester tilting firmly in favour of the "difficult neighbours" and believes Manchester United fans know it.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has reiterated that rivals Tottenham face a "very difficult" transition when they move into their new stadium.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has scoffed at suggestions that Saturday's opponents Stoke are already on the beach.
Sean Dyche will not care if the season ends with Burnley failing to break their away hoodoo, provided they preserve their Premier League status in spite of it.
Colin Shields scored a hat-trick to draw level with Tony Hand's Great Britain scoring record as the hosts crushed the Netherlands 14-0 at the SSE Arena in Belfast.
Leinster squashed Glasgow's faint Guinness PRO12 play-off bid as Joey Carbery's 74th-minute penalty saw the hosts triumph 31-30 in thrilling fashion.
Former US president George HW Bush has been released from hospital after treatment for pneumonia and chronic bronchitis.
Donald Trump has reaffirmed his support for gun rights, telling a National Rifle Association (NRA) convention that "the eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms has come to a crashing end".
The Government has insisted it will not stymie efforts to find closure for Kingsmill massacre victims.
Tottenham's 22-year wait to finish above Arsenal will end this season if they beat their north London rivals at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Cash-strapped Sunderland's net debt fell by £23million despite recording a loss after tax of £33million during the last financial year, the club's latest annual accounts have revealed.
Congress has sent President Donald Trump a short-term spending bill preventing a partial government shutdown on Saturday, his 100th day in office.
Middlesbrough's interim head coach Steve Agnew is keen to outsmart Pep Guardiola this weekend having been in awe of his old Barcelona team.
Sunderland boss David Moyes admits his pride has been hurt by his ongoing battle to rescue a club which has "forgotten how to win".
Southampton manager Claude Puel stressed the importance of Saturday's home Premier League fixture with Hull in ensuring their season does not end in disappointment.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman admits he is still unsure where striker Romelu Lukaku will be playing next season.
Public transport largely came to a halt across much of Brazil as protesters blocked roads and scuffled with police in a general strike to protest against proposed changes to labour laws and the pension system.
Legislators in Montenegro have ratified the membership treaty with Nato, taking a historic turn towards the West despite protests from Russia and the pro-Russian opposition.