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Marseille boss Marcelo Bielsa announces his resignation minutes after their opening-day Ligue 1 defeat by Caen.
Personal details of up to 2.4 million Carphone Warehouse customers may have been accessed in a cyber-attack, the retailer says.
Ukraine names 14 Russian singers and actors, including French-born Gerard Depardieu, whose work will be banned from TV, radio and cinemas.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho criticises his "naive" medical staff for treating Eden Hazard in their draw with Swansea.
A key US conservative forum drops Donald Trump as a speaker, saying he was wrong to suggest a journalist was tough on him because she was menstruating.
A flotilla of boats sails across Rio's Guanabara Bay to protest against water pollution ahead of the 2016 Olympics - the BBC's Julia Carneiro was on board.
Chelsea finish with 10 men and are held as their title defence gets off to a frustrating start against Swansea City.
A flotilla of more than 30 vessels cruises across Rio de Janeiro's Guanabara Bay to protest against water pollution a year before the 2016 Olympics.
Six Russian opposition activists end a hunger strike in protest at being barred from regional elections after one of them is taken to hospital.
Argentina beat South Africa for the first time in their history in the final match of the Rugby Championship.
A rider dies during the second Supersport race at the Ulster Grand Prix.
A major US conservative forum has dropped Donald Trump as a speaker, saying it was unacceptable for him to suggest that a journalist was tough on him because she was menstruating.
A powerful typhoon brings chaos to parts of south-eastern China, after earlier killing at least five people in Taiwan.
Bobbi Kristina Brown's former boyfriend is being accused of giving her a "toxic cocktail" before her death.
England captain Alastair Cook admits his side "surprised" him by regaining the Ashes in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge.
A 24-year-old teacher from Nottingham is swept out to sea while on holiday in Bulgaria.
Manuel Contreras, notorious former head of Chile's intelligence services during the military government of Augusto Pinochet, has died at the age of 86.
A Rwandan peacekeeper in the Central African Republic has shot dead four colleagues before killing himself, Rwanda's Defence Ministry says.
Ireland beat Wales 35-21 at the Millennium Stadium as the two nations begin their World Cup build-up with experimental sides.
A trio of female jockeys beat three all-male sides to win racing's Shergar Cup at Ascot for the first time.