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Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas believes Memphis Depay is chomping at the bit to show his "immense talent" as the Holland forward puts the final touches on his move from Manchester United.
President Barack Obama has blamed Congress for his failure to keep a promise to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, saying there is "simply no justification beyond politics" to keep it open.
The Dow Jones industrial average erased its gains for 2017 on Thursday after it fell for the fifth day in a row as Treasury yields continued to rise.
Hospitals are running wards with a dangerously low number of nurses and are using healthcare workers as "stand-ins", an investigation suggests.
Eddie Jones is to omit Sam Underhill from England's squad for their Grand Slam defence in the belief he has yet to prove himself.
Former fashion stylist Daniela Tasca-York has been crowned the winner of BBC2's The Great Interior Design Challenge.
Secluded in his hideaway in Pakistan, Osama bin Laden suspected Iranian officials might implant tracking devices in his sons, according to a document released in a batch of materials seized in a 2011 raid that killed the al Qaida leader.
Donald Trump's first meal as president of the United States is not too far from the typical power lunch for a billionaire businessman - lobster, beef and a rich chocolate dessert.
Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Teori Zavascki, one of the most respected judges in the country who had been overseeing a large part of a major corruption investigation, has died in a plane crash, his son said.
Matthew Cross and Calum MacLeod's stand of 71 helped Scotland get over the line against Oman to set up a Desert T20 semi-final against Ireland.
Julian Assange stands by his offer to go to the United States now that Chelsea Manning is being released, he told a press conference.
US President-elect Donald Trump appears to have announced that billionaire New York Jets owner Woody Johnson will become the next ambassador to Britain.
Thousands of Donald Trump supporters have gathered near one of Washington's famous landmarks for a concert celebrating his upcoming inauguration.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has launched an attack on populist politics, warning that there was "no sustainable future" in protectionism, subsidies and high debt.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange stands by his offer to go to the United States now that Chelsea Manning is being released, he told a press conference.
A suspected unexploded Second World War bomb has been found in the River Thames, forcing the closure of Waterloo and Westminster bridges in London.
US safety regulators have closed an investigation into a fatal crash involving electric car maker Tesla Motors' Autopilot system without seeking a recall.
Ed Balls has said he is relishing the chance to be doing something that "makes people smile" as he embarks on the Strictly Come Dancing live tour.
A senior detective has warned that policing faces a real challenge if quick and effective extradition laws are lost in the wake of Brexit.
Tom Arscott has been sacked by Sale Sharks after he allegedly leaked information to Aviva Premiership rivals Bristol.
Satellite imagery supports witness accounts that Nigeria's military bombed a refugee camp with "multiple air-dropped munitions", even though tents should have been easily visible, Human Rights Watch said.
Martin McGuinness was a former IRA commander who shook the Queen's hand and dined at her table.
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness has announced he is quitting frontline politics to concentrate on recovering from "a very serious illness".
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Theresa May has acknowledged the "huge value" of the financial services industry to the UK following talks with bank bosses in Davos as the City braced for jobs being shifted from London after Brexit.
The FTSE 100 continued its slide on Thursday as a stronger pound and disappointing Royal Mail earnings dragged on the index.
Claude Puel has dismissed as "speculation" reports linking Southampton with a move for Liverpool's Mamadou Sakho.
Inmates have thrown rocks at each other and set up barriers inside a Brazilian jail where 26 prisoners were recently killed in confrontations.
Paul Clement admits it would be naive of Swansea to conduct their January transfer business without considering the prospect of relegation from the Premier League.
Donald Trump has swept into Washington on a military jet as he kicked off three days of inaugural festivities, with the city braced for an onslaught of crowds and demonstrators.
A senior Stormont adviser who formerly worked with Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster has quit amid allegations of exerting influence around a botched green energy scheme.
Strikes by Southern Railway guards and drivers in the RMT will go ahead next week after its "exclusion" from talks between Aslef and the company, the union announced.
The Queen has spent the afternoon with members of Sandringham Women's Institute for tea and a talk by television presenter and historian Lucy Worsley.
Adama Traore has been warned not to risk losing his place in the Middlesbrough team by getting carried away with Premier League leaders Chelsea's pursuit of him.
Ronald Koeman would be happy to let Gerard Deulofeu leave Everton - and captain Phil Jagielka could also be nearing the exit door.
Saudi Arabia's energy minister has said that there is a chance of another production cut from Opec countries this year.
Sir Terry Pratchett's apocalyptic novel Good Omens is being brought to the small screen in a major new comedy series co-commissioned by the BBC and rival broadcaster Amazon.
A Scottish Conservative MSP had a painful time at Parliament - having his legs waxed for charity.
Jeremy Corbyn will order Labour MPs not to block Brexit if the Prime Minister is forced to seek the approval of Parliament to trigger Article 50.
Around 40,000 people will lose their jobs in Ireland because of Theresa May's hard Brexit plan, the Irish government's chief economist has warned.
Mauricio Pochettino has admitted Tottenham are "starting to be concerned" about Erik Lamela's mystery hip injury.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has questioned some of FIFA technical director Marco van Basten's proposed rule changes, which includes scrapping offside.
A Pennsylvania man tried to strangle his wife after he woke up from a dream in which she was cheating on him, police said.
Edinburgh aim to mark their move to Myreside in style by securing a home European quarter-final.
The Queen received armfuls of presents during her 90th birthday year from a huge bottle of champagne to a purple bag of salt.
Four members of the same family including a two-month-old baby boy have been killed in a minibus crash in Saudi Arabia as they returned from a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye has launched a High Court battle to be moved to open prison conditions.
Northern Ireland's public inquiry into child abuse at residential homes run by churches and the state will be judged on the extent to which it delivers truth and justice, campaigners said.
A Conservative MP has warned of the "potential abuse" of Wembley Stadium, amid concerns over Tottenham and Chelsea using the "national treasure".