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Jermain Defoe scores his first international goal since 2013 as England labour to victory over Lithuania to edge closer to World Cup 2018 qualification.
Six humanitarians are murdered in the worst such incident since the civil war began, UN says.
Alexei Navalny is one of at least 500 people detained in anti-corruption protests across Russia.
There is said to be panic and confusion in the Syrian city, a stronghold of the Islamic State group.
Hundreds were detained in protests on Saturday against the tax on "social parasites".
Exit polls say her Christian Democrats comfortably saw off a challenge by the Social Democrats.
Messaging apps which are encrypted must be accessible to those fighting terror, the home secretary says.
One person is dead after a "dispute" escalated into a gunfight, say police in Cincinnati, Ohio.
As parts of Queensland, Australia prepare for Cyclone Debbie, tourists are forced to find shelter away from popular holiday destinations.
The migrants had been hoping to reach Italy when the boat capsized off Egypt's coast last September.
Lewis Hamilton says he is confident he can beat Sebastian Vettel to the world title this year despite defeat at the Australian Grand Prix.
Carrie Lam won with the backing of the Chinese government but is opposed by pro-democracy groups.
The Iraqi military blames so-called Islamic State booby-traps for residents' deaths.
Anthony Crolla will consider moving up a weight class as he prepares to pursue "big fights" following his rematch defeat by Jorge Linares.
A reports says the drone missed the air ambulance, often flown by Prince William, "by chance".
England boss Gareth Southgate must establish an identity for the national side, says former international midfielder Paul Scholes.
Dozens of people are injured when an escalator at a Hong Kong shopping centre malfunctions.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel beats Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes in a straight fight as Formula 1's new era begins at the Australian Grand Prix.
Formula 1 is too expensive, too complicated and the cars are too reliable, according to Jean Todt, president of governing body the FIA.
Narges Kalbasi Ashtari was convicted in 2014 after five-year-old boy was swept away by current.