Three people are killed and several hurt in fighting between fans, after a team bus is attacked.
Thousands of homes are affected after the cooling towers at the Didcot A plant were brought down.
Thousands of homes lost power shortly after the three remaining cooling towers of Didcot power station near Oxford came down in a controlled explosion.
Losing the League One club, which is in financial crisis, would be "pure grief" for the Turner family.
Reports say ex-PM Theresa May decided to strip the Briton - dubbed Jihadi Jack - of his citizenship.
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Michael Brown says his 2005 gift of £2.4m - a party record - led to recognition and pain for his family.
Boris Johnson will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron later this week.
The child fell into the River Stour in Sandwich, Kent, on Saturday lunchtime.
A customer opened fire reportedly because his sandwich wasn't prepared quickly enough.
Diageo's investment in alcohol-free spirit maker Seedlip shows how big firms want to reach non-drinkers.
Will the big polluters clean up their acts if the people who actually own them say they must?
The rapper is set to win the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs next month.
After McDonald's says its paper straws cannot be recycled, what other items only go in general waste?
Dani Rotstein arrived in Majorca knowing nothing of its hidden Jewish past. Now he's helping reinvigorate its Jewish community.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said he would "have to accept it" after a VAR decision overruled what looked to have been a late winner over Tottenham.
A plaque placed on Sunday commemorates Okjokull glacier, which was officially declared dead in 2014.
Police are mounting a major operation to keep marchers apart from left-wing counter protesters.
The papers focus on politics as Boris Johnson ramps up no-deal plans and urges the EU to renegotiate.
Writer Bébhinn Ramsay finds solace on Ireland's pilgrim paths after the death of her husband.