US puts sanctions on PDVSA and urges Venezuela's military to accept a peaceful power transfer.
The case of Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Araibi "has become an absolute emergency" according to campaigners.
Some of those fleeing the country's political crisis are going to extreme measures to make money.
Barnet's Daniel Sparkes curls home an "absolutely brilliant" free-kick to make it 3-3 against Championship Brentford in an enthralling FA Cup fourth-round tie at The Hive.
How George Groves crafted a night to remember, showed resilience in spades and jolted British boxing's resurgence.
Donald Trump says his administration is one of the greatest ever, but do the facts back that up?
Brentford make it 2-2 at Barnet with a hugely controversial penalty, which was awarded despite their appearing to be no contact when Ollie Watkins went down in the Barnet box.
Defending champions Chelsea will host 12-time winners Manchester United in the standout tie of the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Chelsea tell Callum Hudson-Odoi that they are unwilling to sell him, after the teenager handed in a transfer request.
A primary school in Surrey is using maths classes to encourage fitness and exercise in young children.
In 1995, the late sports writer Hugh McIlvanney read aloud one of his most famous pieces; on the tragic, fatal injuries suffered by Welsh boxer Johnny Owen in a world title fight.
Amber Peat, who was found dead three days after going missing, felt "put upon at home", an inquest hears.
A letter tells solicitor Richard Egan to remember murdered MP Jo Cox and makes Nazi references.
More than £290,000 has been raised to fund a private search for missing footballer Emiliano Sala.
Grand Slam champions Ireland will look to "bore" England in Dublin on Saturday, says England defence coach John Mitchell.
A thief steals a painting from a busy gallery in Moscow.
James Charles tells LBC his career has been "a wild ride", following gridlock in Birmingham.
Three new faces of British poetry explain why they think sales are surging among millennials.
Sir Nick Clegg said the network "would do whatever it takes" after 14-year-old Molly Russell's death.
Millwall chief executive Steve Kavanagh calls for football authorities to work together to educate fans.