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England and Wasps flanker Jack Willis "could be out for up to a year" after having surgery on a medial collateral ligament injury in his left knee.
Two men have been arrested after suffering serious injuries in the incident.
Handball is a minefield, VAR isn't ruining football and top-flight referees are as competent as ever, says former official Lee Probert
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday morning.
Stormont signer Kristina Sinclair's children use sign language despite not having hearing difficulties.
It is hoped the wider rollout of workplace testing will mean more asymptomatic cases are detected.
The pontiff is expected to discuss inter-faith relations on the second day of his historic trip.
There is "strong evidence" services for female patients in England need improving, ministers say.
Televised briefings will "increase public accountability and transparency", the Cabinet Office says.
Health staff "have literally kept the country alive for the past year", says the British Medical Association.
People are turning to tactics that misinterpret outdated law to avoid coronavirus regulations.
Listening to all her records took Anna Doble back to her youth - releasing memories and emotions.
A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.
Fungi are being used to make compostable versions of products, such as coffins and packaging.
In January, the Covid mortality rate in Burnley was more than double the English average.
Italian is the lingua franca of Malindi, which can be a culture shock when walking its old Swahili streets.
Anne Sacoolas faces a US court battle following a road crash that killed British teen Harry Dunn.
Christiane Amanpour, the Chief International Anchor of the news channel CNN was interviewed by Oprah in 2005.
Ros Atkins on US President Joe Biden’s first foreign policy test - how to deal with Saudi Arabia.
Some big YouTube names are building their own video sites on the side - just in case.