Christian Eriksen's stoppage-time strike breaks Burnley's brave resistance as Tottenham maintain their pursuit of the top two in the Premier League.
Wasps' hopes of reaching the Champions Cup last eight are over as Toulouse remain unbeaten at the top of Pool One with a bonus-point victory.
Archaeologists in Egypt unveil the tomb of a high priest, untouched for 4,400 years.
Father Don LaCuesta questioned whether the 18-year-old man would enter heaven, horrifying his family.
Former Navy Seal Ryan Zinke has been embroiled in a series of alleged ethics violations.
Gabriel Jesus scores his first Premier League goals since August as Manchester City reclaim top spot with victory over Everton.
The rapper has been sentenced after being found with a knife outside Stratford Westfield.
A former minister urges the prime minister to give MPs a vote on her Brexit deal before Christmas.
Climate talks are in an extra day as negotiators try to agree the next steps for the Paris agreement.
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A blaze has led to the evacuation of visitors and animals at one of the UK's most popular zoos.
Four people with serious injuries were "taken from" a property by firefighters.
Dozens of people have already been arrested, but the numbers are lower than on previous weekends.
England lose a third consecutive men's Hockey World Cup semi-final after they are thrashed 6-0 by Belgium in India.
The three Balangiga church bells return to the Philippines after 117 years in US possession.
Most of the group of 11 say they are Iraqi with the rest claiming to be Iranian nationals.
An island threatened with blackout just a fortnight ago is celebrating the switching on of its Christmas lights.
India captain Virat Kohli makes an unbeaten 82 to lead his side's recovery on an absorbing second day of the second Test in Australia.
The metal railings came through the windscreen, but missed the driver and his passenger.
A tram derails and overturns in the Portuguese capital, but no serious injuries are reported.