Neymar turns in Willian's low cross from close range to open the scoring for Brazil against Mexico as the five-time World Cup winners reach the quarter-finals.
Punches, kicks and chairs are thrown as a mass brawl breaks out between players in a Philippines v Australia World Cup qualifying tie.
Scientists fail to find a koala cuteness gene but DNA may lead to a vaccine for chlamydia in the iconic marsupial.
Four winter sports have their UK Sport funding cut months after Great Britain's most successful Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Two minutes on Winter Hill and I was covered in ash, writes BBC reporter Paul Keaveny.
A firefighter tells how he dissuaded a man from using bedsheets to climb down the outside of the building.
Watch the touching moment Roger Federer gives his headband to a young fan in the crowd following his straight-sets victory over Dusan Lajovic.
The stars of BBC sitcom Outnumbered are a real-life item. Who else decided to be friends first?
Britain's Katie Swan and Aidan McHugh discuss what it's like to be teenagers on the tennis circuit and their friendship with mentor Andy Murray.
Roger Federer begins his quest for a record-extending ninth Wimbledon men's singles title with a routine win over Dusan Lajovic.
Government forces began an assault on rebel-held areas of Deraa and Quneitra provinces two weeks ago.
US Open champion Sloane Stephens is knocked out of the Wimbledon women's singles in the first round by Croatia's Donna Vekic.
The law says bouncy castles should be safety tested every year.
The head of NHS England is concerned cosmetic surgery adverts in Love Island put pressure on viewers.
Around 50m of the road fell away in the province of Sichuan on Sunday.
Praise for the victorious Italian runners whose exploits went viral on social media
Campaigners say a lack of information is making it hard to hold parties to account over diversity.
Viewers have criticised the show, after Dani Dyer was shown a misleading video of boyfriend Jack.
A puppy has been labelled a hero after being bitten by a rattlesnake which was targeting his owner.
Recent reports suggest Pyongyang is intent on maintaining its nuclear capability. Are they true?