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Monaco are threatening to report "important" European clubs to FIFA for making contact with star striker Kylian Mbappe without the club's consent.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved the nomination of President Donald Trump's pick to head the FBI.
Polish politicians have voted to approve a contentious law that gives control of the nation's Supreme Court to the president instead of to judges, sparking new protests outside parliament in Warsaw.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said she was left "surprised" by differences in pay for the BBC's male and female stars.
The son of a woman who was killed in a rally car accident has told an inquiry they were moving to a safer spot when the crash happened.
More than half of Scots think it would be their own fault if an intimate photo of themselves is shared more widely after they have sent it on to someone else.
Supporters are being asked for their views on the governance of Scottish football to form an independent analysis of how the game is run.
A man who died following a road crash near Girvan has been named by police.
The Government has been accused of "betraying" rail passengers after scrapping plans to electrify three rail lines.
Universities could face lawsuits in the future from students who believe they have not been given the education they were promised.
Theresa May's rating has plunged to the worst on record for a prime minister in the weeks after an election, according to pollsters.
The Philippine president has flown for the first time to a besieged southern city to cheer troops who have been trying to quell a nearly two-month uprising by Islamic State group-linked militants, who he warned were plotting to attack other cities.
Residents in the St Cyrus area are being urged to check their sheds and outbuildings for a missing man as the search for him continues.
Fresh failings have been raised at a criticised police control room over the handling of reports of concern for a vulnerable man who was later found dead.
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has cut the steel for the first of a "formidable" new fleet of frigates that will form the backbone of the Royal Navy in the coming decades.
The UK Government intends to respect "the spirit and the letter" of the devolution settlement as powers are returned from the EU under Brexit, the First Secretary of State has said.
A public consultation on proposals to improve the quality of road works has been launched by the Scottish Government.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will have the "opportunity" for more control over their farming and fishing post-Brexit, albeit within a UK-wide structure, a minister has said.
A Rome court has found more than 40 defendants guilty in a wide-ranging corruption trial that revealed a system of bribes and intimidation to gain control of city contracts.
Essex batsman Tom Westley will replace the injured Gary Ballance in next week's third Investec Test against South Africa and could be joined in the England side by a second newcomer, Middlesex's Dawid Malan.
A Saudi prince has been arrested after a video emerged online purporting to show him abusing someone and pointing a rifle at another.
A Hindu nationalist leader has been chosen India's new president, a largely ceremonial position.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a man who has not been heard from in nearly a week.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley is "still minded" to refer 21st Century Fox's £11.7 billion bid for Sky t o the UK's competition watchdog.
Aberdeen fans were left bloodied and battered after being attacked by a masked mob on the eve of their Europa League clash with Siroki Brijag.
The president of the Spanish Football Federation, his son, and two other officials are to appear before a judge, two days after being arrested in an anti-corruption probe.
Germany has told all citizens travelling to Turkey to exercise caution following the jailing of a human rights activist who had no previous links to the country.
A Highland graduate has put a business career on hold to help save lives in the Amazon - and is braced for a bumpy ride.
The largest annual rise in crime recorded by police in a decade, coupled with a fall in officer numbers to the lowest in more than 30 years, has sparked concern among both chiefs and the rank-and-file.
Campaigners and families of those affected by the contaminated blood scandal are boycotting a meeting with Department of Health officials over the remit of a UK-wide inquiry.
The equivalent of 35 children a day are being expelled from schools in England, official figures show.
A man who claimed thousands of pounds in disability benefits despite climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, winning a triathlon and competing at the Phoenix Winter Games has been convicted of fraud, prosecutors said.