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Swede Mikael Ymer is disqualified from the Lyon Open after smashing a hole in the umpire's chair in his last-16 match against Frenchman Arthur Fils .
More than 100 firefighters attempted to extinguish the huge fire in the Surry Hills area.
In his BBC Sport column, Steve Bunce says having three world title fights in one night is 'mayhem' and the 'worst thing that can happen in boxing'.
The singer's decision to reveal the details of her violent marriage still helps inspire other women.
After a bumpy start, Florida governor Ron DeSantis sets out his bid to become US president.
Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson say they can celebrate 50 years of Abba without being on stage.
After a long inquiry, a judge has concluded many questions about Melissa Caddick's fate will go unanswered.
BBC economics editor Faisal Islam asks whether a historic surge in industrial action is likely to persist.
Maksym saved Ivan's life in Bakhmut, then stayed to lead their men. A week later he was dead.
Twitter's tech issues created a farce but there are questions about him too, writes our North America editor.


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