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Former Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis scores the winner as Al Hilal beat Esperance Sportive de Tunis 1-0 to reach the Fifa Club World Cup semi-finals.
Liverpool extend their unbeaten start to the Premier League season as Mohamed Salah's first-half goal secured a 2-0 win over bottom-placed Watford.
Bashir has been sentenced to two years for corruption - but cannot be jailed because of his age.
Former Test wicketkeeper Mark Boucher is named South Africa's new head coach on a four-year deal.
Tens of thousands rally against the right-wing League party of Matteo Salvini, using sardines as their symbol.
Arsenal distance the club from comments made by midfielder Mesut Ozil on social media about the treatment of Uighur Muslims in China.
Few details about the test have been released, but it is the second at the same site within a week.
The UK, US and Canada have warned people visiting India's north-east to "exercise caution".
UN climate talks in Madrid appear to be in trouble as they head deep into extra time.
Boris Johnson visits Sedgefield in north-east England, which has returned its first Conservative MP for 84 years, following the party's general election victory.
Some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Krystal Eve Browitt died on White Island, while her father and sister were seriously injured.
The veteran singer beats Robbie Williams and The Who to the UK number one spot in a close race.
Patrick Reed's caddie is thrown out of the Presidents Cup in Melbourne after he "shoved" a fan who had been directing abuse at his player.
Fire warnings are in place for many areas including Perth, where temperatures are set to remain high.
What are the most important challenges facing the prime minister in the new term of Parliament?
Growing your own fruit and veg is already eco-friendly, but it could also help fight climate change.
In the new series of The Crown the Queen hears rumours her PM is a Soviet agent. What did MI5 think?
We look at 20 photographs of the former KGB agent, who became Russia's president in 1999.
A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
Why did the Conservatives win a seat they did not target and one they had never won before?
One of the most controversial US police shootings of the 1990s.
The once-persecuted Nobel peace laureate has been defending Myanmar against genocide allegations.
Kenyan Stanley Ngara gives out free condoms in his bid to encourage safe sex and lower HIV rates.
The King of Bollywood sat down with Talking Movies’ Tom Brook in front of a live audience.
Lawyers for Quadriga users say there are "questionable circumstances" behind Gerald Cotten's death.
New legalisation to protect natural hair has brought national attention to this form of discrimination.
Thousands of the creature, also known as fat innkeeper worms, appeared on Drakes Beach.
This election's been full of historic results - but what does the future look like for you, the parties and Scotland?
Fly through 15 hours of election results in 10 simple stops.
Analysis in of the 2019 general election in maps and charts.
The duelling animals were found floating in the waters off Quatsino, British Columbia.
Explaining the process for choosing the next leader of the Labour party
Your questions answered: The 2019 election results.
Unified world heavyweight champion champion Anthony Joshua says a fight with Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder "has to happen in 2020".
More women are needed to help combat terrorism and insurgents, Spain's defence minister says.
Rumours about Pep Guardiola's future abound, so are we witnessing the beginning of the end of his time at Manchester City?
The Conservatives have won a big majority. What drove the election result?
Nuad Thai is now part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, according to Unesco.
He was meant to be a children's character, but he's gained a huge fan base amongst millennials.
The National Eagle Repository in Colorado helps Native American tribes to source dead eagles.
As vast areas burn, Scott Morrison is being accused of playing down the impact of climate change.
A Minneapolis woman started messaging her brother's old phone but she didn't expect what happened next.
An refugee doctor would love to work in the UK, and the NHS would love to have him - but there's a hitch.
Is the fashion for filming calorie-saturated food videos encouraging unhealthy eating?
The end of the Apostrophe Society has sparked debate over the modern state of grammar.
Using chalk and markers, women and girls in Nairobi document their experiences of street harassment.
A mother whose baby got meningitis because of Group B Strep says all pregnant women should be tested.
Moey Hassan describes how "daytimers" became the big thing for South Asian teens in 1980s Bradford.
How a Cuban immigrant beset by crippling shyness and two left feet became one of pop's biggest stars.