Ball-tampering bans given to Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft contain "glaring and clear anomalies", says the Australian Cricketers' Association.
BBC Sport recaps a remarkable week in the world of cricket, in which three Australia players - Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft - were banned for ball-tampering and coach Darren Lehmann stepped down.
Andria Zafirakou is back in the classroom, inspiring her pupils after winning the award.
For the first time since being shot by Taliban militants, the Nobel laureate is in her home country.
Louis, 16, and Ella, 14, face losing their mother to cancer after their father died of a stroke.
The mother of a Telford grooming victim says he was abused over a five-year period.
Yulia Skripal is improving rapidly, doctors say, four weeks after she was exposed to a nerve agent.
Investors in the engineering giant support a takeover by turnaround specialist Melrose after a bitter battle.
The long-standing travel presenter also receives an honorary degree on her last day at the network.
BBC Sport trawled through the archives in order to dig out a few of the most iconic news conferences in sport over the years.
A 2014 decision to restrict housing benefit for most people aged 18-21 is being reversed.
French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy is accused of trying to influence a judge in a corruption case.
The BBC's Iain Watson on the resignation of the Labour Party's disputes panel chief and who might replace her.
A woman says her son was abused by multiple men in Telford, a town at the centre of a grooming scandal.
The finale of the sitcom, and an unscripted episode, will be screened on BBC One.
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on This Country star and Fulham fan Charlie Cooper in this week's Premier League predictions.
There will be no British referees at a World Cup for the first time since 1938 when the 2018 tournament is played in Russia this year.
Darren Lehmann is to quit as Australia head coach at the end of the current Test series against South Africa amid the ball-tampering scandal.
The Queen carries out the Royal Maundy service at Windsor Castle without the Duke of Edinburgh.
The US had sued the bank for alleged fraud over the sale of mortgage-backed securities.