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Defending champion Rafael Nadal has decides not to play the US Open later this month because the coronavirus pandemic is "not under control".
Manchester City complete the signing of Spain Under-21 winger Ferran Torres from La Liga side Valencia.
One of the boats was carrying 36 people, the Home Office said.
Tour de France champion Egan Bernal wins the Route d'Occitanie,, with Team Ineos rival Chris Froome nearly 10 minutes behind.
A source tells the BBC documents on UK-US trade negotiations were stolen from the Tory MP's personal account.
The September issue is described as a "rallying cry for the future" and includes 40 activists.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Tuesday evening.
Wigan's relegation to League One is confirmed after they lose their appeal against a 12-point deduction for going into administration.
The superhero will appear exclusively in the PlayStation version of Marvel's Avengers.
Poetry will become an optional subject area in GCSE English literature exams next year.
A large blast rocks the Lebanese capital ahead of a verdict in a politically sensitive murder trial.
England skipper Eoin Morgan hits an "enormous" six that Mark Adair has to retrieve from the concourse during his innings of 106 off 84 balls against Ireland in the third ODI at the Ageas Bowl.
The aircraft caught fire after crashing in a field near Heathfield in East Sussex.
Pirelli says the tyre failures suffered by three cars near the end of the British GP were caused by "extremely long use" on a demanding circuit.
Attorney General Suella Braverman will decide by 28 August if the sentences should be reviewed.
Premier League clubs involved in the latter stages of European competition will be given a delayed start to the 2020-21 season.
Many people living in former office blocks face a poor quality of life, an official report says.
Ireland make a brilliant start against England as Craig Young removes Jason Roy for one in the third ODI at the Ageas Bowl.
Nicola Sturgeon says that if you are traced and linked to any cluster it is "non-negotiable" that you self-isolate for 14 days
The London grandmother who wants her grandchildren to return from Kurdish-run camps in Syria.